Ian Somerhalder advice on Coronavirus
Coronavirus is all over the world. It’s quickly taking over everywhere. There are cases showing up every day. So, what can we do at a time like this? You cannot even be there for a loved one who is infected as the virus can pose as deadly for yourself too. Our VWars vampire virus expert, Dr. Luther Swann a.k.a. Ian Somerhalder has got the answers you’ll need! The hot Vampire Diaries star gives advice on what you can do to keep yourself safe until this deadly wave is washed away.
Ian Somerhalder’s personal advice on Coronavirus
Through nobody’s fault, sometimes, we tend to get overexcited when we meet certain celebrities. Ian Somerhalder, calling out on no one, in particular, asks his fans to be a little more cautious with their hygiene habits, especially with the Coronavirus in the atmosphere these days. Since this alarming virus has started to go around, celebrities are doing their part to spread awareness. Ian talks about how people, often, unconsciously, sneeze into their hands and then just rub them off on chairs or their pants and just move on.
This DOES absolutely SUCK. I truly hope that we get a hold on the flu and corona virus soon. Our souls, our economies, our families and our medical systems can’t take it. Life is hard enough out there. Please please please be courteous to us all. Wash your hands often, don’t sneeze, cough and hack all over public areas… That’s not cool! I’m literally watching people sneeze into their hands and wipe it on their pants and the arm rest and then reach out to me and ask for a picture! Who does that!? I’m mean I love you all but come on 😌We’re all in this together! There are older people, people with compromised immune systems and of course those of us that have babies that are so susceptible. Help protect them. Please and as always THANK YOU!
Your friend, Ian.
Ian Somerhalder talks about keeping elders and others with less immunity safe. And it is necessary. For everyone. Maybe you’ve been exposed but your immune system was able to fight it but the bacteria may still live in you and as viruses go, it would transfer on to the next person you see.
So, take Ian Somerhalder’s advice and protect yourself and your families. Recently, Ian also shared his appreciation for the scientists who are working hard to find cure and treatments for this viral disease.