Kelly Osbourne temporarily broke her self-isolation on Thursday for a run at the Los Angeles grocery store.
Ozzy Osbourne’s daughter, 35, had only minimal needs and came out with just one carton of eggs.
She looked like she wanted to reduce her chances of getting coronavirus with a black face mask and loose white gloves.
Supply: Kelly Osbourne, 35, shook an Ozzy shirt for the president, an animal mask and white gloves on her way to the Los Angeles grocery store on Thursday for a single box of eggs
Kelly wore an acid wash denim jacket on windy day, which she paired with an Ozzy shirt for the president with her father’s iconic howling face at its peak.
She kept the rest of her casual look with black leggings, lavender and gray Nike sneakers and a black toque covering her purple hair.
Although Kelly was clearly trying to prevent the spread of the disease with her mask and gloves, experts warn that they are not a great way to avoid getting the coronavirus.
The general public tends to wear masks that are too lost, as they can be uncomfortable and hot when worn properly.
Heavy-duty respiratory masks are also not recommended, except in emergencies, and they can be dangerous for people with heart or respiratory problems, as they decrease oxygen supply and allow carbon dioxide to accumulate.
Aside from healthcare professionals, the only people advised to wear masks are those who may have contracted the coronavirus.
Expert advice: Although Kelly was trying to stop the spread of the coronavirus, experts advise healthy people not to wear gloves and masks, and only sick people should wear masks
Dr. Amesh Adalja, a senior researcher at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, also discouraged individuals from wearing gloves to prevent coronavirus infections.
“ I don’t think they’re going to do anything, but give people a false sense of security, waste time and create more demand for something useless, just like masks, ” a- he told Today.
Latex gloves can tear easily and are not designed for everyday tasks, and are useless if someone touches their face while wearing them.
Hospitals across the country are currently struggling to keep enough masks and gloves stored for doctors and nurses as emergency rooms are overrun by patients with symptoms of COVID-19, so consumers who purchase these articles keep them out of the reach of health professionals who most need them.
Do it for Ozzy: On Monday, former The Talk star urged fans to ‘#StayHome for Ozzy’, who is at risk for COVID-19 due to his age and other health concerns
I missed them: “If I had known 3 weeks ago, when I sent them to Panama, that it would be the last time that I would kiss them and kiss them for a while … I would have held out a little longer”, wrote Kelly; photographed on February 20 with Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne
Monday, Kelly played an advocate for social distancing and self-isolation on Instagram when she shared a photo of herself rocking a peace sign and holding a sheet of notebook paper , “ #StayHome for Ozzy ”.
“I wish there was something I could say to comfort you.” A certain wisdom that I could drop on you to relive you from the fear that surrounds us all right now, ”she began.
“The truth is that I am also afraid. Both of my parents are at high risk, especially my father. If I would have known 3 weeks ago, when I sent them to Panama, that it would be the last time that I kissed them and kissed them for a while … I would have held out a little longer.
“However, these are the sacrifices we have to make. I stay at home for my mother and father. If you don’t have anyone to stay at home, please, #StayHomeForOzzy, help smile on my father’s face while he’s in quarantine by posting a photo of your best Ozzy and # StayHomeForOzzy, I love you all, ” she concluded.
Although individuals of all ages can experience serious COVID-19 complications and even death, respiratory disease appears to be the most serious for patients over the age of 60, and in particular over the age of 80.
Although Kelly really wanted to protect her rocker father, she still laughed at the current pandemic at the beginning of the month on Instagram when she shared a photo of a soap dispenser reading: “ Wash yourself hands and say your prayers because JESUS & GERMS are everywhere.
Clean hands: Kelly laughed earlier this month when she advocated for more hand washing with a photo of a fancy soap dispenser