Seventy-two years old, Arnold Schwarzenegger insisted his followers stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic. The action superstar and former governor of California took to Twitter to pose the humorous video where he joked about at his age, saying, we stay at home anyway, however, especially now. The Terminator artist was joined by his adorable animals Whiskey and Lulu. A mini horse & a llama are a pretty easy way to get people’s attention. If these wild pictures from Walt Disney World are any indication, people need whatever necessary to get them to heed the directions of officers as the country tries to obstruct the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
The 72-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger wrote on Twitter that, “Stay at your homes as much as possible. And listen to the experts, ignore some of the morons (foreheads). Let’s get through this together.”
Stay at home as much as possible. Listen to the experts, ignore the morons (foreheads). We will get through this together. pic.twitter.com/FRg41QehuB
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) March 16, 2020
California Governor Gavin Newsome came out with the same sort of thinking on Twitter yesterday after all of the concerns from this week. New York City & Ohio have also put their caution into impact alongside the same lines.
“Those who might be 65 years and older are vulnerable to #COVID-19 and must practice house isolation,” the CA governor wrote. “Bars, wineries, night clubs, and breweries should close in CA. Restaurants – deal with the removal from this isolation. Maximize social distancing. We’re working in real-time to the actual time to safe inns, motels, and trailers to house our homeless safely and care for our communities against the spread of #COVID-19.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger continued, “We should protect our citizens who are most vulnerable to #COVIDー19 and guarantee essential elements required for our society to keep functioning like:
- our healthcare system
- social service providers
- grocery stores
And that people who can proceed to work safely & remain productive can also do so.”
Disneyland closed its parks in California, and now a lot more businesses have followed it. Check out their statement below:
“While there have been no reported circumstances of COVID-19 at Disneyland Resort, after fastidiously reviewing the instructions of the Governor of California’s executive order and in the best interest of employees and our guests. We are proceeding with the closure of Disneyland Park Adventure, beginning from the morning of March 14 until March 31. The Hotels of Disneyland Resort will stay open till Monday, March 16, to give guests the ability to make necessary travel arrangements. They will monitor the continuing situation and follow the advice and recommendation of federal and state officers and health agencies. Disney will proceed to pay cast members during this time.”
“Disneyland Resort will work with guests who want to change or cancel their visits and will provide refunds to those that have hotel bookings during this closure interval. We expect heavy call volume over the following several days and appreciate guests’ patience as we are working hard to reply to all inquiries.”