Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo seem to be taking the coronavirus seriously. While some of the Duggars have been living life normally, the couple and their one-year-old daughter are staying safe at home. Jeremy and Jinger live in Los Angeles, California, where strict stay-at-home orders are in place.
The rest of the family lives in Arkansas, where no guidelines are in place. So, since there are no rules in place, some of the family members aren’t taking the virus seriously. They have gotten backlash from fans over this. Some fans think that they should use common sense, even if there aren’t any specific rules to follow. After all, there’s a pandemic.
Nonetheless, Jeremy, Jinger, and Felicity are receiving praise for taking the virus seriously. They’re doing their part by staying at home and wearing masks when they go out. But, recently, fans grew concerned that Jinger and Jeremy aren’t actually following the rules.
Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo leave the house amid coronavirus
The couple took Felicity out to eat a meal in the car. The family ordered takeout and dined in the car to switch things up. Then, they went to a park. Some of the parks and beaches in Los Angeles, California are reopening. It’s unclear how long they will stay open due to the number of people who visited them over the weekend.
Nonetheless, Jeremy and Jinger hung out at the park with Felicity. In a few Instagram stories, Felicity is running around the park. But, fans grow concerned because of how close Felicity gets to other people. The Duggar granddaughter runs a little bit ahead of her parents, so they can’t necessarily stop her from getting too close to others.
It’s worth noting that Felicity doesn’t actually come into contact with anyone else. Plus, the Vuolos might have been trying to avoid crowded places. Before going to the park, they didn’t know if it would be busy or not. Some Duggar fans point out that the Vuolos probably tried their best to stay safe.
Now, with social-distancing, people can leave their homes for certain things. They can go grocery shopping and run other essential errands. They can go on walks or pick up takeout food. So, it sounds like Jeremy and Jinger weren’t really breaking any rules. As long as they keep their distance when they go out, they seem to be following the set guidelines.
So, do you think Jinger and Jeremy did anything wrong? Leave a comment below.
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