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That’s what celebrities are doing right now – TEH

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Bibi Blocksberg actress Lina Larissa Strahl stays at home.  Fussballer Thomas Muller is in the rabbit hutch and already has the garden tools in his hand. “We can do something useful,” he says. Because: “Work certainly stayed at home.” If you look at the videos and pictures of the athlete on the Internet, he does not seem to be bored. He trains a bit again and otherwise takes care of the dogs, reads, does sports or takes care of the rabbits.

Other celebrities are also trying hard to get the most out of their time. Because, of course, the following also applies to them: to prevent the rapid spread of the new coronavirus, they are now at home a lot. For example, singer and actress Lina Larissa Strahl, whose album is called “Rebellin”. She makes it clear on the Internet: “Even if I sing about being” rebellious “, we shouldn’t be referring to rules that ensure that we hopefully manage to control the spread of the virus.””

Lina was already in front of the camera as Bibi Blocksberg. The actress Katharina Hirschberg is also playing the witch Bibi in a series. She says that her everyday life has changed completely as a result of the coronavirus. “Not just because I no longer go to school,” she says. “I stay at home and avoid contact with other people with whom I don’t live together anyway.”

Make your mouthguard

This is important, but can sometimes make you lonely. The musician Felix Jaehn knows that too. “I miss my friends and loved ones. And I miss the physical closeness, so I take people in my arms and feel them, ”he says. Fortunately, many of his hobbies are good for spending time alone at home. “My hobbies besides music are: meditating, furnishing, gardening and sports – everything that is quiet and away from the cell phone,” says Felix Jaehn.

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On the other hand, if you get bored quickly at home, you can do it like the singer Lena Meyer-Landrut. On her Instagram page, she shows how to make a mouthguard for yourself. Above all, it should help not to infect others. “Apart from staying at home and washing your hands, there is one thing we can all do now to stop the virus. And that is: Mask on, ”writes Lena.

She decorated her masks with mustaches or smiling mouths. She writes: “It has never been easier to do the right thing.

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Synthia Rozario
Synthia Rozario
An editorial staff member at The Eastern Herald. Formerly, correspondent of The Eastern Express, Hong Kong.

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