Jamie Foxx is feeling the love from his fans.

On Wednesday, three weeks after his family revealed that he was hospitalized due to a medical complication, the Oscar winner, 55, wrote on Instagram: “Appreciate all the love!!! Feeling blessed.”

Over on his Instagram Story, he also gave a shoutout to Nick Cannon for filling in on his hosting duties for the upcoming season of Beat Shazam: “Appreciate ya my boy @nickcannon. See u all soon.”

His daughter Corinne wrote on her Instagram Story while sharing her dad’s post, “Thanks for the love!”

On April 12, Corinne, 29, announced in a statement on Instagram that her dad had “experienced a medical complication” the day prior. He was in Atlanta filming the Netflix movie Back in Action, which also stars Cameron Diaz and Glenn Close and is directed by Foxx’s Horrible Bosses director Seth Gordon.

Corinne shared at the time that “due to quick action and great care,” Foxx was “on his way to recovery” at that point. The Foxx family also thanked fans for their prayers while giving that update.

A source later explained that on April 21 that the actor’s health was continuing to improve. “He’s okay, thank God,” the source said at the time. “He’s still in the hospital and doctors are running tests but he’s awake and alert. They’re keeping him under observation.”

Multiple sources had told PEOPLE that Foxx was steadily improving as he worked toward recovery in a Georgia medical facility.

Production on the Netflix movie resumed soon after. He was last seen filming on April 10. Due to his hospitalization, one stunt double stood in for Foxx and a second individual served as his photo double.

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