Sophie Turner speaks about Self-Isolation
Sansa Stark has spoken and so has Jean Grey!
Game of Thrones and X-Men: Dark Phoenix star, Sophie Turner recently slammed people who till now refuse to self-isolate and ignoring important advice regarding the coronavirus pandemic.
In an Instagram Live broadcast, alongside her husband, singer Joe Jonas, she told people to not be stupid and not to prioritize personal freedom over health.
"You could be infecting other people, other vulnerable people around you by doing this. So stay inside guys! It's not cool, it's not big, and it's not clever... And that's the tea."
However, not every celebrity has had the same response to the worldwide pandemic, with Ant-Man and the Wasp star Evangeline Lilly writing in a widely-criticized post that she took her children to gymnastics camp to play with other kids, adding "#BusinessAsUsual".
Governments all over the world have continuously advised people to stay inside their homes and only leave their homes to go out to buy essential supplies or if their job requires them to be out, while at the same time asking that they practice social distancing and wash their hands.
This applies to everyone whether you are diagnosed with the virus or not, but most especially to those who are not, in order to curb the rate of infection and not add to the ever-increasing numbers of infected individuals that countries around the world are seeing.
In addition, the trailer for Sophie's new series called, "Survive" has just been released online. She stars in the film alongside Corey Hawkins who plays Paul and along with Sophie's character, Jane, is the only other survivor of a plane crashing on a remote mountain. Together they must find a way to survive the wilderness and the brutal weather conditions on top of their respective personal traumas. The series is based on the novel by Alex Morel and directed by Mark Pellington. The series will air on new short-form mobile video platform, Quibi. The offices of the platform are based in Los Angeles and founded back in 2018 by Jeffrey Katzenberg and is slated to launch on April 6, 2020.
In other Covid-19 related news, actor Tom Hanks, who was one of the first stars who tested positive for the virus, was released and in isolation with his wife, Rita Wilson.