Arnold Schwarzenegger of 'Terminator' Fame Reveals He Will Be Cycling around & Advises Fans to Avoid Social Contact
"Terminator" actor Arnold Schwarzenegger dishes out advise to fans urging them to avoid social contact during this period of Coronavirus outbreak.
There have been numerous cases of infection and an increase in the death toll, and health practitioners are advising that those older than 65 years of age be more cautious.
Asides from health practitioners, celebrities, and A-Listers are using their social media accounts across all social media platforms to spread the news urging people to be careful and avoid social contact.
Actor turned politician Arnold Schwarzenegger took to Instagram to advise his followers on how to be safe during this period of Coronavirus outbreak. In the video, Arnold urged people to avoid social gatherings and make use of bikes. He also said:
“Don’t get out of your house if you are above 65 except maybe to go on a walk or on a bike ride.”
The video which began with the 72 years old riding a bike and stopping in front of a building with his picture painted on it showed the septuagenarian looking fit in a blue jacket while wearing a black cap with the word sheriff inscribed on it.
Captioning the video, Arnold reiterated some of the things he said in the video, adding that he would not be stopping for selfies while he was on his bike rides. He also urged people to stay at home and remain safe.
Other celebrities have also spoken about the importance of social distancing.
Also, the former governor expressed that he was going to be sharing some workout videos for people who are cooped up at home to help them live a balanced lifestyle while practicing social distance.
“You are the LEGEND.”
Following the outbreak, the “Terminator” actor shared some videos detailing his life while maintaining social distance. One was a video of how to wash one’s hand properly and the other a video of himself feeding his pets.
Other celebrities have also spoken about the importance of social distancing, especially special care for those above 65 years of age, as they are the ones who are mostly infected.
The coronavirus outbreak has caused a lot of paranoia among people. With many countries now asking people to stay indoors and avoid large gatherings, everyone is trying their best to maintain a lifestyle during this period of isolation.
We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!