Venus Williams Is Staying Home for Sister Serena & Her Family Amid Pandemic
Venus Williams shares a sincere laugh as she stays home to practice social distancing. The tennis great reveals she's staying home for Serena and her family amid the growing threats of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Joining millions others in trying to stop the spread of Coronavirus, Venus Williams has self-quarantined herself at her home in Florida. While she's at it, she revealed that the inspiration she has for doing so is her sister Serena, brother-in-law Alexis, and her niece Olympia.
Serena Williams was one of the first celebrities to announce that she and her family would be undergoing a 6-week isolation period.
STAYING ACTIVE IN QUARANTINE
To keep herself busy, Venus shared tips on how to stay active while in quarantine, even with most gyms closed around the country. She let her fans in on her favorite workout app, which is what she's been doing at home as she tries to help bring down the curve.
Through video chat, her lovely sister Serena Williams and good friend Amy Schumer joined her in one of her work-out sessions, using makeshift equipment that they already have at home, such as jugs of water and champagne bottles.
SERENA'S PLEDGE TO 6-WEEKS IN SOLITUDE
Serena Williams was one of the first celebrities to announce that she and her family would be undergoing a 6-week isolation period amid the Coronavirus outbreak. While it seems like a long time, Williams says it will be 6-weeks in "solitude."
As for what she's dedicated to do in those six weeks, Serena has been making the most out of her time with family, being a wife and mom above all.
"Being a wife. Being a mom. Cooking. Cleaning. Spring Cleaning. Face Mask. Makeup tutorials. I'll let you know how it goes..."
THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC IN AMERICA
She urged her fans to keep safe and to take the Coronavirus pandemic seriously. True enough, just a couple of days after committing to self-isolation, states followed suit and ordered lockdowns in major cities.
Since then, the situation in the US has drastically worsened, becoming the country with most confirmed cases, surpassing Italy and China. Families are urged to continue staying at home as frontliners work hard to try and stop the situation from worstening.
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