Former Counting On stars Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard went to the pumpkin patch on Saturday. After the outing, the couple shared photos on social media. Notably, they and their two sons are wearing face masks. Fans of the family are praising them for keeping themselves and others around them safe. As coronavirus guidelines and mask mandates are easing, people have to decide for themselves what to do. It looks like Jill and Derick are continuing to wear masks, and fans appreciate that.
Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard wear face masks, receive praise
In several of the photos that Jill and Derick shared, they are wearing face masks. Their sons, Israel, 5, and Samuel, 3, are also wearing face masks. Some fans want to know where Jill bought Israel’s shark mask. One fan writes, “Glad to see the masks 😷 stay safe!” Plenty of other fans are talking about how it’s great to see people wearing masks.
It’s worth noting that Jill has 1.7 million followers on Instagram. So, she has a lot of influence that she can use for good or bad. As far as masks go, fans seem to appreciate her encouraging her followers to wear masks.
Of course, there are plenty of Duggar fans who are questioning the effectiveness of masks. It seems that some fans feel that the pandemic isn’t real and that masks aren’t needed. But, Jill and Derick seem to believe that wearing masks is the right thing to do, and they want others to do the same to protect those around them.
Is Jill’s family serious about the coronavirus?
As TV Shows Ace reports, Jill and Derick are some of the only family members who appear to be serious about the pandemic. Often, other members of the Duggar family are spending time together without face masks. They are seeing their friends, despite the pandemic. In many of the pictures they are sharing, they are not wearing masks, even when masks are required or recommended. The family even gathered for family night amid the pandemic.
So, Jill is often receiving words of encouragement from her fans because she wears face masks. On the other hand, her family members get lots of hate for not being serious about the pandemic.
So, are you glad Jill and Derick are wearing face masks? Do you like seeing them use their platforms to positively influence those around them? Share your thoughts below.