Lisa Vanderpump is in quarantine at her Beverly Hills home amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus.
Following an order for Californians to “shelter in place,” the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member and current star of Vanderpump Rules shared a photo of herself and her dog, Giggy the Pomeranian, on Instagram, where she told her fans and followers that she is shocked at all that’s happened around the globe in the last few weeks.
In the caption of Vanderpump’s post, which was shared on Sunday, March 22, she said she knows how lucky she is to be safe and healthy in her home. She said that her thoughts and prayers were going out to each and every one of her online audience members who have been impacted by the pandemic.
According to Vanderpump, she knows that so many people have been affected by the coronavirus, may it be in terms of their health or their finances. She then mentioned that plenty of people are doing their best to fight back against the virus in the medical field, noting that she is deeply grateful for everyone who has aided in some way.
Vanderpump specifically mentioned how thankful she is to the first responders, health workers, grocery store employees, delivery workers, and scientists, as well as those in the medical field, including the nurses, doctors, and pharmacy employees. She urged her followers to donate to local food banks and other organizations that are working to provide relief amid the health crisis.
Vanderpump added that she will be making her own donations to the Los Angeles Food Bank and the Midnight Mission before encouraging everyone to stay home and help flatten the curve. She also joked that she’s doing her best not to strangle her husband, Ken Todd, who is now with her all day every day as they remain in isolation.
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I am in shock at what has happened in the world in a few short weeks.. I know how lucky I am, to be here safe in my house and healthy, and my thoughts and prayers really do go out to each of you affected by this horrific pandemic. I know so many people have lost income, or have caught this virus, or are working on the frontlines to combat it, and I am so deeply grateful for all the people helping in this crisis, from first responders, health workers, scientists, nurses, doctors, to grocery store employees, delivery workers, pharmacy employees etc. I urge anyone who can to donate to a local food bank, or an organization working to combat this coronavirus. I will be making a donation to @lafoodbank and @midnightmission. Please stay home if you can and help #flattenthecurve and allow our society to try and catch up with this virus. In the meantime, I will try to be posting things that will hopefully take your mind off things, or peeks into our pretty boring #isolation home life of me trying not to strangle Ken daily ????
As Bravo fans well know, a number of stars of the network, including the casts of Vanderpump Rules and The Real Housewives of Orange County, are on lockdown, and in New York City, which is one of the hardest hit areas in the country, Andy Cohen is in quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus last Friday.
The Inquisitr previously reported, Cohen confirmed his diagnosis through a message to his fans on Instagram. In the caption, the host said he was focused on getting better, also thanking the medical personnel who are dealing with the ongoing spread of the highly contagious illness.