At a time when the United States has seen record Covid-19 case numbers, Cranston urged people "to wash your hands, social distance and wear a mask!". "We can prevail - but ONLY if we follow the rules together", wrote Cranston. The Breaking Bad star said he has since recovered from the virus and is now donating his plasma to help others. "So I thought maybe there's something I can do, so I started a program [at UCLA Blood and Platelet Center] so hopefully the plasma donation can help some other people".
According to Bryan, he suffered from the coronavirus not that long ago, and he included a video in which he was donating some of his anti-body positive plasma for scientific purposes, including research and development for the vaccine.
On a ticker tape across the video, Cranston said: "I was sick with covid quite early on".
The UCLA nurse helping Cranston explained the plasma donation process, which takes about an hour. The plasma is extracted and harvested, then the platelets and red blood cells are returned to the donor.