Celebs give essential stay-at-home tips amid COVID-19 enhanced community quarantine

Celebs give essential stay-at-home tips amid COVID-19 enhanced community quarantine

- The COVID-19 outbreak has affected the entertainment sector and has led celebrities to stay at home, especially with the ongoing community quarantine

- Many of them took to social media to give their followers and the public essential stay-at-home tips

- Some posted videos on what they did at home, while others posted words of advice

- These celebs include Vice Ganda, Pokwang, Karla Estrada, and Lea Salonga who sang "A Whole New World" while washing her hands

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The COVID-19 outbreak has affected people from all walks of life, including celebrities. They, along with their families, opted to stay at home, following the government's implementation of the community quarantine, which was now elevated to "enhanced community quarantine."

A number of celebrities took to social media to give some tips for those who are staying at home.

Regine Velasquez aimed to strengthen the faith of people and give hope by sharing a Bible verse.

Since washing the hands with soap and water was highlighted by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the best protection that people have against the virus, Lea Salonga showed a clip on how to properly wash hands while singing "A Whole New World" in adherence to the 20-second hand washing rule.

Pokwang showed off her cooking skills by preparing a delectable sweet and sour dish while at home.

Momshie Karla Estrada advocates taking time to stay fit and healthy. She shared her boxing workout clips on her IG account.

Vice Ganda reminded everyone of staying at home since there is always the risk of catching the virus that moment one steps out of his home.

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In a previous report by KAMI, Vice Ganda became emotional while bidding goodbye to his co-hosts since It's Showtime would have to stop airing live for a month.

The coronavirus outbreak started out in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China. Scientists believed that the virus came from an animal at one of Wuhan's wet markets. As of this writing, the virus' death toll all over the world has reached 6,684. Those who have recovered from the virus numbered 77,865.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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