You Know It’s Bad When Arnold Schwarzenegger Says Stay Out of the Gymnasium

Perhaps it might be bad to be out in public, but former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger shared his healthy adaptation to mitigation isolation. California officials recommended all citizens 65 or older stay home. Arnold said, “the important thing is that you stay at home. No more restaurants … forget all that … no public gatherings … all these gymnasiums … out the window. Forget all that.”

The one and only famous bodybuilder and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is staying home with Whiskey (a miniature pony) and Lulu (a donkey) while eating carrots.

California’s Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday March 16, 2020 called for all senior citizens and residents with chronic conditions to isolate themselves at home. The governor also ordered all bars, wineries and brew pubs to close as a precaution to mitigate coronavirus exposure and flatten the curve.

California late Sunday was reporting 419 active cases, 6 deaths, 6 recovered (=431 confirmed). Also, from the Grand Princess cruise ship, moored near San Francisco, there are 21 active cases (21 confirmed) that are US citizens, and 2 active cases (2 confirmed) that are Canadian citizens.

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Newsom said officials have been studying what did, and did not, work in countries such as China, South Korea, Singapore, Italy, Spain and Canada.

The new California guidelines include:

Advising all people 65 or older to self-isolate at home
Directing all bars, brew pubs, night clubs, and wineries to shut down
Restaurants should be at no more than 50% occupancy and ensure social distancing among their patrons