Arnold Schwarzenegger makes $1 million donation to coronavirus relief

Arnold Schwarzenegger makes $1 million donation to coronavirus relief

"I always believed we should all do our part to make things better."

Updated: 3:32 PM EDT Mar 25, 2020

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former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is urging Americans to stay home amid Corona virus concerns, while California's current governor, Gavin Newsom, announced more restrictions on Sunday, including closing bars, reducing occupancy and restaurants, and urged that older citizens remain inside. To help pass the message along, Schwarzenegger posted this P S a video with some adorable recruits. His miniature pony whiskey and Lulu the Donkey watch. See that? One thing is that you stay home because there's a curfew. Now no one is allowed out, especially someone that is like 72 year…

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From youth hockey to the NBA, here’s how sports organizations want players to avoid coronavirus

Sports groups are seeking to avoid a rapidly contagious virus by giving players a simple tip: fist-bumps.USA Hockey, which is linked to youth, adult and disability programming as well as the Olympic teams, has recommended a guideline to use fist bumps with hockey gloves on in handshake lines.It's a measure that mirrors an instruction given to hockey players in 2018 for Winter Olympics games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, due to the highly contagious norovirus.Some of the organization's other recommendations due to the virus include not sharing water bottles or towels.The International Ice Hockey Federation said this week it has canceled six different tournaments — events that were to take place in March and April in Estonia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Luxembourg, Poland and Spain. Pro leagues in Switzerland and China have also been affected, some games called off, others played without fans.The NHL hasn’t gone as far as the NBA did earlier this week. The NHL is, however, not allo…

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How Coronavirus Is Affecting Gyms and Fitness Clubs

Gyms in Wuhan, China – the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak – were swiftly turned into makeshift hospitals as Chinese officials tried to cope with the outbreak. In other parts of China, group fitness studios and weight rooms sit empty by mandate or choice as gym-goers fear the spread of the disease.Like schools and places of worship, fitness facilities have been temporarily shuttered around the globe in response to the spread of the coronavirus that causes the illness COVID-19. It’s all in an attempt to halt community spread, meaning an illness with an unknown source of infection. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed last week that has already happened in the U.S. in a case in Santa Clara, California.“In cities that have been hit hard, I think it’s a prudent decision,” Tara C. Smith, a professor of epidemiology at Kent State University and infectious disease expert, told Men’s Health. “It makes sense to close public places—at least for a brief …

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