Schwarzenegger Stays Home With His Mini Horse, Whiskey, And Donkey During Quarantine
We’ve all been talking about the coronavirus nonstop, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed. In these turbulent times, I always seek one person’s advice. The Governator’s
Arnold Schwarzenegger, 72, told his frightened followers (especially those in California) what they might do to help contain the disease’s spread.
In the video, Arnie feeds carrots to Whiskey, his miniature horse, and Lulu, his donkey. The Austrian Oak is self-isolated, but are you? When the coronavirus pandemic hit, Arnie fed his tiny horse and donkey carrots while warning us to remain at home.
“Remember, there is a curfew now. No one can leave. Especially someone beyond the age of 72. In California, you can’t leave the house after 65. So we eat at home, “Schwarzenegger remarked. Who can argue with Conan the Barbarian?
Arnie then told his pony and donkey that they wouldn’t go out to eat anymore.
He advised avoiding public gatherings and even gyms. For now, we should listen to the former bodybuilding champion. He knows his stuff when it comes to gyms. We should exercise at home or at the park.
At the time of writing, the coronavirus had killed 7.1 million people worldwide. China appears to be in charge of the situation. And in Europe and the US, outbreaks have forced closures of businesses, schools, and even borders. There are nearly 4.4k infected people in the United States.
Schwarzenegger isn’t the only popular celebrity. Taylor Swift asked her fans to give up their social lives for everyone. Lady Gaga isolates herself to protect her grandparents. She asked people to safeguard the elderly as well.