The America’s Got Talent judge and supermodel is currently self-quarantined at home while her husband, Tom Kaulitz, is also keeping his distance from her in their home. He just returned from abroad and also got tested for COVID-19.
Klum took to Instagram and claimed that she has been sick all week and her husband also fell ill after returning from his tour two days ago. She said that in order to be safe, they’re staying apart from each other until they have their test results. She added that they don’t want to spread germs and risk making each other sick. She also mentioned that as much as she wants to embrace and kiss her husband, it’s more important to do what is right and prevent the spread of the virus.
The supermodel also posted a video of her and her 30-year-old husband as they kissed through a closed window. Kaulitz’s band called Tokio Hotel performed in Mexico before ending their tour short.
So why did Klum have to wait to get tested? That’s because coronavirus tests are very hard to obtain and even those who wanted to get tested after experiencing flu-like symptoms were turned away a few weeks ago.
One way to avoid having or spreading it is by self-isolating at home. Millions of people have done so while other countries already closed their borders, educational institutions, and businesses. Others issued travel restrictions and mandatory quarantines. As a matter of fact, major Hollywood productions including America’s Got Talent shut down their productions.
According to Klum, these are strange times but this is also when people remember what is really important- the people they love and making sure they’re safe. She definitely supports social distancing because it’s up for people to protect their loved ones and be responsible citizens.- Advertisement -
In conclusion, Klum said that seeing the beautiful things people do for each other all over the world gives her hope. She also sends her love and positivity and healing vibes to all.
As reported before, Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were tested positive for coronavirus.