Arnold Schwarzenegger is self-isolating with his tiny pet donkey and horse. That’s it.


As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, more and more people — especially the elderly, who are considered particularly vulnerable to infection — are turning to self-isolation in order to protect themselves.

Arnold Schwarzenegger is no exception. Well, no regular exception.

On Sunday night, the 72-year-old actor shared a Twitter video of himself at home, casually feeding carrots to his pet horse and donkey while talking about the importance of staying at home to avoid possible contraction of COVID-19, the official term for the disease caused by the virus.

“See the important thing is that you stay at home, because there’s a curfew now,” says Schwarzenegger, in reference to people over 65 being advised to self-isolate in California. Read more…


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