Ivanka Trump, the United States First Daughter, has made several efforts to encourage citizens in these trying times. Earlier this week, she continued to intensify her efforts.
In an Instagram post shared on Sunday, the daughter of the President encouraged people to show their strength and remain resolute.The video showed her dressed down and in the homely spirit, as she addressed people and encouraged them to play a role in slowing down the virus’ spread.
Ivanka Trump at El Centro community college on October 3, 2019 in Dallas, Texas | Photo: Getty Images
Ivanka’s video is coming after the Trump administration announced that it would be extending the self-isolation guidance.
While Americans hoped that this order would be over soon, the rapid increase in the number of cases has forced the government’s hand.
Now, the lockdown that many believed would last for just 15 days will extend to cover the rest of the coming month.
The United States now has over 2,500 deaths from the virus. However, confirmed cases have just recently crossed the 100,000 threshold. If the country has any hopes of seeing this issue’s end, then more self-isolation is required for now.
So far, no one in the Trump family has tested positive for the virus.
So far, first daughter Ivanka Trump has been doing quite a lot to help ensure that people stay safe and can weather the storm.
She has consistently shared updates on what she and her family members are doing while at home via her social media. Of course, she has also done a lot of encouragement and uplifting through her platforms too.
Last week, the senior adviser to President Trump shared an appreciation message to Americans. As Ivanka explained, everyone should follow the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ivanka also thanked the first responders, healthcare workers, and everyone else who has worked to keep the country operational in this period.
Per usual, Ivanka made sure to remind everyone of the importance of staying at home and showing kindness to one another.
Her family is in Washington D.C. during this period, especially since her father has a country to run and will be attending several meetings with his Coronavirus Task Force. So far, no one in the Trump family has tested positive for the virus.