- Publish Date
- Tuesday, 24 March 2020, 9:57AM
Paul "The Sinnerman" Sinha is a fan favourite on The Chase.
But the much-loved Chaser saddened fans last year when he revealed he had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
And now the 49-year-old brainiac - who is famous for his white suit - has disclosed that he could have potentially contracted coronavirus because he started social distancing "a few days too late."
Taking to Twitter, Paul shared an update on his health, writing: "Although I can't be sure and I can't be tested it seems likely I have Coronavirus.
"Started social distancing a few days too late. Anyone upsets me; I'll be around to sneeze in your home."
Fans immediately sent messages of support and well wishes, with one writing: "Take care. Hope you're feeling better soon."
As well as sharing his suspicions he has Covid-19, the popular Chaser also posted a message to the people of New Zealand.
Following the Prime Minister's announcement the country would be lifting its alert level to four, he wrote: "Good luck New Zealand. Love you."
Parkinson’s is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system, which usually begins with motor symptoms, including shaking and difficulty walking.
A number of celebrities have contracted the virus, with Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Idris Elba among those who've tested positive.