Fantasia Barrino Wears Face Mask as She Takes Photo in a Car Amid COVID-19 Outbreak
Fantasia Barrino shares an Instagram story of herself wearing a mask while out in a car amid the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak.
Fantasia Barrino just recovered from knee surgery, but she made it clear through an Instagram post that she can't stay inside the house for long. True enough, she shares a picture of herself wearing an N95 mask while inside a car, despite suggestions from fans to stay indoors.
Other celebrities are being more cautious and are asking their fans and followers to do the same.
FANTASIA BARRINO'S TAKE ON CORONAVIRUS
With the Coronavirus pandemic crippling countries all over the world, millions of families are urged to self-isolate themselves to try and stop the highly-contagious virus from spreading. However, for Fantasia Barrino, she couldn't help but get in the car to run errands while wearing a mask.
Previously, she revealed that after being able to stand up following knee surgery, she now has to watch out for herself because of the new virus.
"Now I can't stay in the house for long. I'm back up on my feet from that knee surgery but now, I have to watch this virus..."
CELEBRITIES ON SELF-QUARANTINE AROUND THE WORLD
While Fantasia is taking chances as she stepped out to run errands, other celebrities are being more cautious and are asking their fans and followers to do the same. The likes of Serena Williams, Elton John, and many more have stated that they plan to stay at home for weeks to do their part in stopping the spread of COVID-19.
To make matters more personal, Elton decided to use the hashtag "#StayHomeFor," to encourage people to do it not just for themselves and those around them, but for the people closest to their hearts. For the legendary singer, he revealed he was staying home for his husband and their two sons.
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!