Covers all bases? The coronavirus outbreak has spread quickly and – like U.S – celebrities take precautions to stay safe. Some of Hollywood’s biggest names are as proactive as possible during health anxiety – documenting their new rituals along the way.
Like almost all Hollywood projects, like James Bond’s No time to die and Disney’s Mulan, have postponed or canceled their international runs, or discontinued filming entirely based on location, stars around the world are taking their safety into their own hands.
Before I put on a face mask on Instagram on March 24 to give a corona virus theme on Instagram, Cardi B went viral after comments she made in another video about the pandemic. “Coronavirus, coronavirus, s – t becomes real”, she said on March 11.
Before more restrictive travel bans were introduced, model Naomi Campbell made changes to her wardrobe at the airport. Safety First NEXT LEVEL, Campbell, 49, caption a series of three photos showing how far she would go to cover herself.
She wore a full hazmat suit in the photos posted March 10, complete with a mask over her mouth, goggles, and gloves on her hands.
Gwyneth Paltrow shared a selfie on Instagram on February 26 on her way to Paris with a cloth mask over her mouth. “Paranoid? Careful? Panic? Peaceful? Pandemic? Propaganda?” the Contamination actress, 47, asked her followers at that moment. “Paltrow just goes on and sleeps on the plane with this thing. I’ve been in this movie before. Stay safe. Do not shake hands. Wash hands regularly. 😷. “
On April 7, 1.4 million were tested positive worldwide, with 81,000 deaths. More than 12,700 people have died in the U.S. According to the center for disease control and prevention, the disease spreads from person to person through viral drops. Symptoms can include fever, cough, and shortness of breath.
On March 30 President Donald Trump has announced that the social distance recommendations will remain in force until the end of April. Several states have recommended that people stay in their homes at home unless they are essential workers and medical personnel and only go out for exercise or groceries, but keep the social distance rules.
The pandemic has led many to become creative while confined to their home, inclusive Miley Cyrus, who launched her Instagram Live series, Bright Minded: Live With Miley. She interviewed via her virtual show Selena Gomez, Reese Witherspoon and many more celebrities. Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel have taken the opportunity to create their respective nightly shows from home.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) are among the growing list of stars who have enjoyed themselves through Tik Tok while Mindy Kaling and Bethenny Frankel been busy in the kitchen.
When they get out, including stars Emma Roberts, Usher and Demi Lovato wear masks and in some cases disposable gloves to reduce the risk of infection.
Scroll below to see which stars have changed things and what they are doing to stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak.