Celebrities in quarantine: how Lady Gaga, Naomi Campbell and others get sick or are saved from the coronavirus

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As the coronavirus outbreak continues to have an increasingly serious impact on everyday life, Tom Hanks, Mariah Carey, Lady Gaga, Chiara Ferragni, Justin Bieber and other celebrities are taking steps to help themselves – and others – protect themselves from viruses. The letters collected all the celebrities who suffered from a new disease or supported those who are now sick or at risk.

Tom Hanks and his wife, actress, and singer Rita Wilson, are the first Hollywood stars to announce that they are infected with a coronavirus. He was diagnosed while traveling to Australia, where the couple is now in quarantine at the Gold Coast Hospital. Upon learning of the disease, Tom Hanks promised to keep the world informed and encouraged the public to heed the advice of experts. “There are things that we can all do to cope with this, following the advice of experts and taking care of ourselves and each other, right? – the actor wrote and added the famous phrase from the 1992 film “League of His Own”: “Remember that despite all the current events, they don’t cry in baseball.”

The scale of the coronavirus has led to more and more celebrities and public figures to learn about their positive diagnoses at COVID-19.

So, the wife of the Canadian Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau Sophie Gregoire discovered coronavirus. Therefore, it is now in-home quarantine. At the same time, Trudeau himself is also quarantined at home for two weeks and plans to work remotely. According to the office of the Canadian Prime Minister, Sophie Gregoire is doing well, taking all the recommended safety measures, and her symptoms go away in a mild form.

The Spanish Minister for Equality, Irene Montero, also quarantined. Her partner, deputy prime minister and left-wing radical leader Pablo Iglesias, is isolated with her.

He stayed in his Paris home and canceled all matters, French Minister of Culture Frank Rister, who found out about a positive coronavirus test a few days before the pandemic was announced. Also in hospital quarantine are British Deputy Minister in the Department of Health Nadine Dorris; officials in Iran – Vice President Massume Ebtekar and Deputy Minister of Health Iraj Harirchi; Australian Secretary of State Peter Dutton; Fabio Weingarten, Chief Assistant to the President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro and others.

Tom Hanks and his wife are not the only A-class celebrities diagnosed with coronavirus. 25-year-old Juventus defender Daniele Rugani was the first to have a positive diagnosis.

Daniele Rugani

His teammate Cristiano Ronaldo also quarantined, but the virus was not detected. Regarding the pandemic, Ronaldo turned to his fans:

“The world is experiencing a very difficult moment, which requires all of us special care and attention. Today I’m talking to you not as a footballer, but as a son, father, a person who cares about the latest events affecting the whole world. It is important that we all follow the advice of WHO and governing bodies on how to deal with the current situation. The protection of human life should be above any other interests. I would like to support everyone who has lost someone close to me, to express my solidarity with those who are fighting the virus, like my teammate Daniele Rugani, and to deeply respect the amazing health professionals who put their lives at risk to save others. ” .

The English Premier League suffered from the coronavirus. The virus was detected in the head coach of the London “Arsenal” Mikel Arteta and the main player of the “Chelsea” Callum Hudson-Odoi.

The US National Basketball Association suddenly stopped the season due to coronavirus: Utah player Rudy Gober was found to be positive for the virus.

Rudy Gober

Other celebrities who are fortunate enough to protect themselves from the virus, such as Emily Ratakovsk and Orlando Bloom , Lady Gaga and others, have publicly announced that they are self-insulating as a precaution. While those who are forced to travel share hygiene tips during a pandemic. So Naomi Campbell appeared dressed in an extreme protective suit , mask and glasses.

Emily Ratakovsky reminded her followers on Instagram that they stay at home and not go out unnecessarily. “Hi people. Please stay home for the next few weeks, ”the model warned.

The proliferation of hygiene and protection against coronavirus has been approved by many celebrities. For example, singer Mariah Carrie supports the advice to wash her hands thoroughly (preferably within 20 seconds) and sets her own example by sharing a video where she and her children wash their hands to the tune of her 1995 hit Fantasy.

Mariah Carey

@MariahCarey
Exercising this to 20 seconds of Ol’ Dirty Bastard! Wash your hands! Stay safe!!! ❤️ https://twitter.com/sainthoax/status/1237399749298438146 

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A friendly reminder from @MariahCarey

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Gloria Gaynor also recorded a similar video with handwashing. Her clip, recorded from the bathroom to the hit I will survive, looks victorious and sensible.

Marjorie and Steve Harvey, comedian, writer and musician, shared their virus protection rules.

Singer Miley Cyrus, who canceled her charity concert in Australia on a wildfire because of the coronavirus, also fights for cleanliness, though she plays up in a humorous format. Cyrus published an episode from the series “Hannah Montana” in which she played a major role, and signed the video “Second Quarantine Day. This is the real me. Right now. ”

Celebrities Lady Gaga and Alisha Kis turned to their fans and humanity as a whole with a reminder of basic values. “I am sending you the light right now. I’ll just remind you how important it is to maintain your energy at a high level, ”Alisha Kis wrote. “A lot happens in life, so take care of yourself, love your family and remind yourself to take a deep breath and stay calm.”

Alicia Keys

@aliciakeys

Sending u light right now ✨✨✨
Just a reminder to keep your energy high.Theres a lot going on but take care of yourself, love on your family, and remind yourself to take a deep breathe and stay calm. Don’t forget that I love u💜💜

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While Lady Gaga urged everyone to be kind: “Now more than ever it is important to be kind. For those who are sick, or those who are not sick and scared. We are all in the same boat. I love you, world, ”Gaga wrote.

Lady Gaga

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Now it’s as important as ever to be kind. For those who are sick, or those who are not and are scared. We’re in this together. I love you world 🌎❤️

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The global lull during the pandemic was a good time to think about the meaning of life. So, John Legend argued that entertainment is not so important in human life, there are things much more important. “Now that people are canceling inconsequential trips and events, you begin to understand how much we plan from what is actually inconsequential. Of course, what we do is crucial for human joy, inspiration, etc., but our entire entertainment industry is full of individually insignificant events, ”the musician wrote.

Keri Washington

The heroine of the series “Scan” Kerry Washington recalled the importance of maintaining calm and not panic. “Pray for the most vulnerable. Today I send love to all of you, ”Washington wrote. – Do not forget to develop your peace of mind. Stress affects health and immunity. Gather information and develop calm in any situation. I will try to do the same. ”

In turn, Justin Bieber helps not in word but indeed. The musician donated 4 weeks ago to the fight against coronavirus: “Watching the news, I could not even imagine how scary it would be if a new illness affected my wife, family, and friends. China, we are all as collective humanity and made a donation to your support. Whether it’s coronavirus or fires in Australia, we should all be next to each other. Hello my friend @kriswu for the conversation, ”Bieber wrote on Instagram.

Chiara Ferragni, a fashion blogger and digital influencer, urged everyone not to stay away from the situation in the world, in particular in Italy.

“With this message, I would like to explain the situation to all my foreign subscribers (which is 70% of my 18.7 million) who do not fully understand how difficult the situation in Italy is: everything is bad. We have over 10,000 infections, more than 600 deaths, and more than 5,000 people in hospitals with poor conditions. Hospitals are not ready for this, and doctors and nurses are doing everything possible to help as many people as possible, but if the growth in the number of patients does not slow down, they will have to start accepting patients selectively, based on how young they are and what are the chances of recovery “- said Ferragni, referring to her subscribers with her husband Federico Lucia. To help the victims, the couple donated 100 thousand euros to create new hospital beds in the San Raffaele hospital in Milan, and also began raising funds. “We started crowdfunding, to help the hospital in Milan, and raised more than 3.6 million euros. A lot of other people also began to raise money for other hospitals, but we still have a lot to do. The state decided to leave all Italians at home until April 3 to prevent the spread of the virus and to avoid the collapse of the entire system and hospitals. Now we all live in quarantine, as it was in some cities in China last month. Therefore, please, begin to realize and understand that this is not ordinary flu, but much more dangerous for all of us. Stay home for as long as possible at this critical time. Tell others to be careful and help the hospitals in Italy! ” – reported Ferragni. but we still have a lot to do. The state decided to leave all Italians at home until April 3, to prevent the spread of the virus and to avoid the collapse of the entire system and hospitals. Now we all live in quarantine, as it was in some cities in China last month. Therefore, please, begin to realize and understand that this is not ordinary flu, but much more dangerous for all of us. Stay home for as long as possible at this critical time. Tell others to be careful and help the hospitals in Italy! ” – reported Ferragni. but we still have a lot to do. The state decided to leave all Italians at home until April 3, to prevent the spread of the virus and to avoid the collapse of the entire system and hospitals. Now we all live in quarantine, as it was in some cities in China last month. Therefore, please, begin to realize and understand that this is not ordinary flu, but much more dangerous for all of us. Stay home for as long as possible at this critical time. Tell others to be careful and help the hospitals in Italy! ” – reported Ferragni. please, begin to realize and understand that this is not ordinary flu, but much more dangerous for all of us. Stay at home as long as possible at this critical time. Tell others to be careful and help the hospitals in Italy! ” – reported Ferragni. please, begin to realize and understand that this is not ordinary flu, but much more dangerous for all of us. Stay at home as long as possible at this critical time. Tell others to be careful and help the hospitals in Italy! ” – reported Ferragni.

Now the whole family of the blogger is in quarantine, like all Italians, and in the evenings he has fun, including music from the window at full volume. Neighbors from other houses go to their balconies and organize a public disco.

According to Forbes, the richest man in the world, Frenchman Bernard Arnault, also took on the task of helping his state. He stated that his luxury goods company LVMH, instead of luxury perfumes, would produce “large quantities” of antiseptic hand gel to supply them to French clinics. The antiseptic will be produced in the same factories where Christian Dior, Guerlain and Givenchy perfumes and cosmetics are usually produced.

Already on Monday, March 16, the French lines for the production of perfumes and cosmetics will completely switch to the production of antiseptic gel. This week, Bernard Arnault plans to produce 12 tons of antiseptic gel. New products will be transferred to 39 hospitals in Paris. This initiative, according to LVMH, will last “as long as it takes.

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