Naomi Campbell has taken to wearing a full hazmat suit while travelling to protect herself from the coronavirus.
The supermodel, who has been open about being a germaphobe in the past, flew from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Tuesday and took as many precautions as she could to ensure she didn't catch the virus, which has infected more than 121,000 people in 120 countries.
She documented her safety measures on Instagram by sharing pictures of her wearing the white suit, usually sported by people looking to protect themselves from hazardous materials, with a blue N95 face mask and a pair of pink Latex gloves. The snaps showed her sat in her car in the protective gear, walking through the terminal with her white suitcase, sitting on the plane, and talking on the phone after her trip, with a camel cape worn on top of her white suit.
Across the captions, she wrote, "Safety first", and, "Safety First NEXT LEVEL. Thank you @lindaevangelista Full video coming on my YouTube soon..."
The 49-year-old didn't explain why she had credited Evangelista, but the fellow model wrote in the comments, "You're welcome!" with a heart emoji.
In addition, Marc Jacobs commented, "Next level safety. I'd expect nothing less from you my dear @naomi," Christy Turlington posted, "This is everything," and actress/singer Janelle Monae wrote, "My queen is smart."
Her outing comes months after she posted a viral video on her YouTube channel in which she detailed the lengths she goes to in an effort to avoid illnesses while travelling. She revealed she wipes her aeroplane seat down with sanitisers and wears medical masks.
Earlier this week, Naomi also sent words of support on Instagram to those on lockdown in her former home of Italy, the most affected country outside of China and South Korea.
"My beloved ITALY Of which I spent the first three years of my early life. I'm with you. Thank you for always embracing me and giving me so much love #wishing speedy recovery," the star wrote.
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