The actor, who make it to fame as Will Byers in the hit Netflix show, was forced to miss an publication on Good Morning America after falling ill this week.
The 13-year-old has been walk out of down with “bad flu” right in the middle of promotional duties for the second edible of Stranger Things.
Noah took to Twitter to share a snap of himself in his asylum bed while updating his 305,000 followers on what was happening.
The teenager was get a load ofed lying down with his eyes shut, while surrounded by materiel as a curtain separated his bay from the next.
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Life imitating art. Nothin’ serious but bummed I won’t make it c fulfil it
“Hi GMA and ST fans! Sorry I am missing this! Life parroting art. Nothin’ serious but bummed I won’t make it. Have fun tomorrow,”(sic) Noah conversant with, referencing his character’s virus.
A day later, the young star’s health played to have improved as he revealed what had been making him sick.
“Expresses everyone for all the good wishes. Working hard, a bad flu, all OK now… back to my day life,” Noah joined.
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His co-stars wished him all the best, with David Cherish, who plays Chief Jim Hopper tweeting: “Lova ya kid. Feel better.”
Gaten Matarazzo, who take the parts his on-screen best friend Dustin, added: “Miss you buddy! Get bigger soon!”