Celebrities have taken to social media, urging others to stay safe from Coronavirus

Many celebrities have to travel for work and amidst the coronavirus, have taken up posting their experiences on Instagram as well as sharing some messages urging fans to practise good hygiene and stay safe.

Naomi Campbell has always been serious about flight hygiene
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Naomi Campbell has always been serious about flight hygiene

Naomi Campbell has recently posted on Instagram some images of her in an airport in a full hazmat suit. With the quickly escalating Coronavirus in our midst, we think she isn't entirely out of her mind to don this excessive attire.

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In fact, Naomi Campbell isn't the only celeb that's taking precautions and many are sharing their methods on social media. Kim Kardashian's doctor even made a house visit where he demonstrated a great way to say hello without shaking hands.

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Kardashian warned us against touching elbows and shaking hands as people might cough into these areas and spread germs:

"You should not do elbows. Because you cough into your elbow. So no more elbows. Or just do a little bow."

Katy Perry has also shared an Instagram story from Australia, of skywriting encouraging people to wash their hands.

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Perry has recently announced her pregnancy to her fans but her parents are taking precautions due to the spreading virus and are careful not to potentially cause any harm to the singer or her baby:

'My parents fist-bumped me the other day. I was like, "What? Okay. I don't know... cool. I came out of them and everything, but I was like, "Sure, yeah." That's what watching the news forever will do, I guess!' 

Even Gwyneth Paltrow has taken to social media to express her flying experience and urged everyone to keep safe after making a joke about her 2011 film, Contagion stating:

"I've already been in this movie. Stay safe. Don't shake hands. Wash hands frequently."

Not only are celebrities promoting washing hands and safety precautions while travelling, but many are also donating money to the cause. Justin Bieber donated ¥200,000 RMB to the Beijing Chunmiao Charity Foundation, claiming on Instagram:

“Watching the news I couldn’t imagine how scary it would be if a new disease was effecting my wife and my family and friends. China we stand with you as a collective humanity and have made a donation to support. Whether it be this or the fires of Australia we all need to be there for each other.”

Donatella Versace was another donator, also coming from a heavily infected countryshe donated ¥1 million RMB to the Chinese Red Cross Foundation.

Jackie Chan has also offered a monetary award to the first organisation that finds a vaccine for Covid-19.

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