Lady Gaga Self-Isolates from Coronavirus (along with her dogs) | World Fashion Channel

Lady Gaga Self-Isolates from Coronavirus (along with her dogs)

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16 Mar 2020

In order to protect themselves from coronavirus, celebrities take different measures - wear protective masks and suits, cancel foreign trips and avoid crowded places. After the disease acquired pandemic status, Lady Gaga decided to go into isolation and locked herself at home with her dogs - three French bulldogs.

The star announced forced quarantine on her *******. "O I talked to some doctors and scientists. It’s not the easiest for everyone right now but the kindest / healthiest thing we can do is self-quarantine and not hang out with people over 65 and in large groups.  I wish I could see my parents and grandmas right now but it’s much safer to not so I don’t get them sick in case I have it. I’m hanging at home with my dogs. I love you world, we’ll all get through this. Trust me, I talked to God — she said we’re gonna be ok,” the singer wrote.

A little later, she shared a second post in which she urged her fans to take care of others and remember humanity. "My thought for the day is to accept there will be times we feel powerless and out of control — but we can fill that space with kindness and be a part of the solution to a world problem.  We then have control. We can create healing by learning how to be kind and take care of each other and ourselves during this time,” said Lady Gaga.

A week ago, the singer announced that this summer she planed to give concerts in six cities in support of her new studio album. The tour should begin in Paris on July 24 and continue in London and North America. Lady Gaga hasn’t reported any changes in her schedule yet.

 

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