Queen Elizabeth will self-quarantine at Windsor Castle amid the global coronavirus epidemic, the royal family announced on March 17. The changes to her diary also include the cancellation of events in May and more.
50 Cent won’t be out and about, especially after actor Idris Elba revealed he tested positive for coronavirus. The rapper expressed his concern for the spread of COVID-19, and revealed his quarantine plans in a new message on March 16.
In the wake of the ever-growing coronavirus threat, the sports world has made some tough decisions to deal with this pandemic. Now, the 146th Race For The Roses won’t happen until the summer’s practically over.
In a scathing op-ed, ‘Vogue’ editor Anna Wintour bashed Donald Trump’s heartless response to the coronavirus pandemic, and explained why she’ll be voting for Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.
The ‘Today’ show team continued to be ‘super, super cautious’ during their latest telecast, revealing that weatherman Al Roker was still safely in isolation at his own home as he delivered the weather report.
‘Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills’ star Brandi Glanville had a message for her social media followers to ‘stop hoarding’ toilet paper after she had been to ‘five markets’ and still could not find supplies for her and her family.
President Donald Trump called the highly contagious coronavirus the ‘Chinese Virus’ when tweeting about the U.S. supporting industries, and followers accused him of turning to ‘racism’ in a time of crisis.
Kid Rock’s business partner released a statement confirming his Nashville bar, Big Ass Honky Tonk & Steakhouse will remain open after the city’s mayor directed all bars to stop the spread of coronavirus.