With the entire world going crazy about the coronavirus pandemic, Joe Giudice is out there living in one of the hardest hit areas.
Joe has taken to Instagram to show what it’s like to be living in Italy right now and it’s pretty creepy. In the middle of the day, on a workday, the streets are completely bare and it looks like Joe is the only one going to work, much to his dismay. In the video, Joe is in disbelief that nobody is on the streets, even insinuating that people needed to man up as everyone was terrified. Joe captioned the video by stating:
More people die from Viagra (heart attacks and drug overdose) everyday than this Corona virus ?. People here are frantic because government is ridiculous with ?down !!!! Sorry Lock down not for me Never again !!!!! Stay safe ? eat healthy, exercise, and no shaking hands .
Take a look at the video for yourself:
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More people die from Viagra (heart attacks and drug overdose) everyday than this Corona virus ?. People here are frantic because government is ridiculous with ?down !!!! Sorry Lock down not for me Never again !!!!! Stay safe ? eat healthy, exercise, and no shaking hands . ? ?! #coronavirus #staysafeoutthere #lockdownnotcool #awarenessiskey #washhands
Joe was called out for criticizing others for being cautious and following guidelines to stay indoors unless it was absolutely necessary. Joe followed up with another post, clarifying that he was following rules as well and was only traveling for work and necessary shopping stating:
I am not moving around the country. I am obeying the law going to work, shopping for family, and NO cafes, gym, and places like that.
The shut down/quarantine was clearly getting to Joe as he lamented that he couldn’t sit around all day doing nothing. It looks like Joe and a few men were out working while the rest of the village remained under quarantine:
Fortunately Joe and some boys found a way to get away and enjoy life for a bit as Joe and a few men went up to the mountains to play cards. The men were able to get some fresh air, blow off some steam and take a break from what has been a very stressful time:
This pandemic has been a stressful and scary situation and our prayers go out to everyone, especially Italy who has had their whole country flipped upside down. Friendly reminder to all our readers to wash their hands, avoid touching your face and avoid social settings as much as possible!