Duane 'Dog' Chapman's Daughter Bonnie Shares Her Thoughts after Colorado Declares State of Emergency over Coronavirus

Duane Chapman's daughter gives interesting advice to fans on the issue of Coronavirus, saying that the situation is a bizarre one.

With the outbreak of Coronavirus in various parts of the world and especially the United States, concerns have risen, and Duane Chapman's daughter Bonnie recently had something to say about it. In a tweet, Bonnie said:

"State of emergency here in Colorado, this is bizarre. Please don't panic, though, but if you are infected, please stay home."

She also shared an incredible piece of advice for those who came across the tweet. In the concluding part of her tweet, she expressed:

"Just because you can survive this outbreak doesn't mean you can't spread it to someone who won't."

Following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a lot of agitation about it, with many places declaring a state of emergency and warning residents to take precautionary measures.

In the comments section, people expressed how they were also battling the outbreak. Some stated that people were making a big deal out of it and calling it the apocalypse. In contrast, others expressed that irrespective of the severity, it is vital that people take care of themselves.

Bonnie has been struggling to get over her mother's death.

Others also revealed that there had been a declaration of a state of emergency in various parts of the United States, stating that Iowa and New Jersey have declared a state of emergency.

Other comments included people urging others to be careful and not to panic as panicking was going to make the situation worse. Someone said:

"I'll be praying for all of you out there!!! Stay smart and safe!!!!"

Bonnie is not the only celebrity to have spoken out about the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Various stars have used their social media platforms to express how they are being cautious and the steps taken to protect themselves.

Celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Bella Hadid, and Selena Gomez, among others, have shown ways they take precautionary measures to prevent them from getting the virus. This includes wearing face masks and using hand gloves.

The outbreak of the virus that has caused the death of almost 3,000 people and left 95,000 plus people infected is affecting parts of the world widely, and even some events in the States have been canceled.

Beth Chapman at the CMT Music awards at the Bridgestone Arena on June 4, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee | Photo: Getty Images

Beth Chapman at the CMT Music awards at the Bridgestone Arena on June 4, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee | Photo: Getty Images

Following the death of her mother Beth Chapman last year, Bonnie has been struggling to get over her death.

In a recent tweet, she explained that she had a dream where her mother was not gone and waking up to reality; she was saddened by the fact that she indeed was gone.

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