Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff has had his share of health problems through the years. He recently opened up about these issues and the precautions he’s taking to avoiding catching the COVID-19 virus, which has killed over 200k people this year.
Matt Roloff is not taking any chances during this global pandemic
Matt took to Instagram to post about some issues he’s been dealing with lately. He was also candid about his need to stay safe while in a pandemic. Matt had said that walking across a parking lot is difficult for him. Because of past health issues, Matt and girlfriend Caryn Chandler have been worried about Matt catching the virus.
Issues in the past and present
Matt Roloff knows that he has to be careful of any respiratory challenges. Caryn said she knew about his past challenges, and she couldn’t have him getting sick. TLC’s Matt had multiple surgeries as a child and well into adulthood to help him be able to breathe and function better.
A very successful pumpkin season
Matt has posted about the very successful pumpkin season this year and has gone on Instagram to thank all the people that visited the farm. In his recent post he did a little more of the same by saying “It’s been a wonderful Fall season here at @rolofffarms … a very rewarding last couple of months since we wrapped our 2020 pumpkin season … It was a big risk to open our farm during these uncertain COVID times.”
Matt Roloff believes in staying safe, while living life
Roloff Farms almost didn’t have a pumpkin season this year. But the whole family had a meeting, and they made it work. It looked much different than past seasons with the extra health precautions. Making sure people had hand sanitizer available, were social distancing, and wearing a face mask. Even with all these extra steps, it seemed to be a success. Fans that wanted to visit the farm noted that tickets had sold out quickly each weekend.
Stay safe and wear your mask
Matt seemed thrilled to have this season done and he was able to stay safe at the same time. Saying “Frankly with my compromised physical lungs I was terrified of catching COVID. I still am. I’m not sure I would survive it with my posture .. being bent over making my lungs less robust than the average 59 yr old male. I’ve always lived life to the fullest while balancing risks vs rewards. I enjoy talking calculated challenges from time to time.” It seems to of paid off for Matt and the Roloff family, this pumpkin season.
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