An Australian TV journalist has tested positive for coronavirus, believing he contracted it from Rita Wilson after a meeting in Sydney.Nine Network entertainment editor Richard Wilkins, who is 65 years old, said he was tested because he met Wilson at the Sydney Opera House on March 7 and again at Nine’s Sydney studio on March 9. The result came back positive on Sunday.“I’m surprisingly very well,” Wilkins told Nine by Facetime from his Sydney home, where he has self-isolated since Wilson’s diagnosis.CORONAVIRUS PREVENTION TIPS: HOW TO STOP TOUCHING YOUR FACE“You could’ve knocked me over with a feather last night when I got that call. It took me a couple of minutes to reel from the news that they gave me. But I feel fine. I feel 100 percent,” Wilkins added. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are in quarantine in Australia after testing positive for the coronavirus. (Instagram)Wilson and her husband Tom Hanks have been isolated in an Australian hospital since they were both diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 12.Authorities said last week several contacts Hanks and Wilson had in Australia were being traced, but no other results of those efforts have been made public. Hanks had been working on a film in

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