Zac Efron Contracted a Life-Threatening Illness

Zac Efron had a serious health scare during a recent trip to Papua New Guinea, where he was filming content for his upcoming documentary series Killing Zac Efron. consistent with The Sunday Telegraph (via The Daily Mail), Zac contracted a “form of ­typhoid or similar bacterial ­infection” right before Christmas.

This popular actor reportedly flew to Brisbane, Australia with medical professionals on a “life-or-death flight” and was admitted to St Andrews War Memorial Hospital in what the outlet reports was "a stable condition.”

Zac was hospitalized for several days and flew home to us on Christmas Eve after being given the "all clear" by doctors.

Oh, and if you're wondering about Zac's new documentary, it follows him as he goes deep into the jungle for 21 days with nothing but a guiding partner and a few basic survival gears. Unclear how the show will progress given Zac's medical emergency, and it is also unknown whether or not cameras were around for the experience.

“I tend to thrive under extreme circumstances and hunt down opportunities that challenge me on every level,” Zac Efron shared during a statement about his show. “I am excited to explore uncharted territory and find out what unexpected adventure awaits.”
Here's to hoping he's feeling better soon.

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