Coronavirus: Arnold Schwarzenegger Shares Video With His Pets, Urges Fans To Stay At Home

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Amid the unprecedented outbreak of deadly coronavirus outbreak, Austrian-American actor, Arnold Schwarzenegger has asked people to “stay at home” to be safe.

Written By Aanchal Nigam | Mumbai | Updated On:
Coronavirus

Amid the unprecedented outbreak of deadly coronavirus outbreak, Austrian-American actor, Arnold Schwarzenegger has asked people to “stay at home” and that everyone “will get through this together”. Just days after posting a “hand-washing tutorial”, the 72-year-old not only shared a video of him playing with his dogs and urging people to stay safe as the world battles with the fatal COVID-19 spread which has already reached to over 155 countries. 

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The “happy” video of Schwarzenegger has garnered more than two million views with people saying “if you are going to fight coronavirus, do it like Arnold and his pets”. One of the internet users also called it the “best tweet of the day”. The actor has been requesting all his followers to listen to “scientists and experts” and netizens have agreed with him and one of them even said, “I want to be like Arnold”. 

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Global pandemic 

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared the coronavirus as a global pandemic after the virus spread to more than 158 countries, resulting in the deaths of more than 6,500 people worldwide. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom further even urged all nations to get very serious over the issue and take all necessary measures to contain the virus from spreading at this rate. Tedros said, that the word 'Pandemic' cannot be used lightly or carelessly due to its strong connotation. 

However, Tedros also said that the coronavirus outbreak is a "controllable pandemic". According to a statement released by the World Health Organisation, Tedros outlined two main reasons as to why the decision was taken to describe the epidemic as a pandemic. Tedros said that one reason was the speed and scale of transmission and the others was because 'countries are not approaching this threat with the level of political commitment needed to control it'.

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