Meghan Markle is not leaving anything to chance as she has revealed her top tips for preventing coronavirus from hitting baby Archie in light of the virus rapid spread.
Coronavirus knows no class as it’s attacking both the rich and poor. And countries across the globe including Canada, the current residence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex aren’t left out. However, Meghan Markle has devised a way of protecting her family from the coronavirus.
A source very close to the Duchess of Sussex said she demands, “everyone on their team, the people who buy groceries and run errands, to wear latex gloves at all times and they are made to follow a strict hygiene protocol.”
“Only a select few will be allowed to interact with her, her husband, Harry and their son Archie. She said she’s keeping it to a bare minimum,” MailOnline was told.
Meghan Markle is not left out of the coronavirus fear but she has proactively adopted some strict tips to keep her son and husband safe.
The source closer to Meghan said, “she’s been diligent about not touching her face and washing her hands. She said panicking won’t do any good. It’s just not an option in her household.
“She doesn’t want her son Archie picking up on any unnecessary stress and tension. Her home is her sanctuary and it’s a place of peace and calm.”
Meghan Markle and Harry are partnering with experts on how best to serve the public during this challenging time.
Meghan and Harry would not take to panicking as they believe that coronavirus is a mental health crisis that need active measures to stay checked.
The source further disclosed that “Meghan said the fact that they are isolating themselves, doesn’t mean they can’t help. They aren’t just sitting around at home doing nothing.
“Meghan told her inner circle that what’s happening in the world right now is a mental health crisis.
“She said they are working with a mental health non-profit to create some sort of online support system for those most vulnerable, like new mothers suffering from postpartum depression.
“People who lack support systems need reassurance that they are not alone.”
However, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, on Monday announced that the borders of the country would be closed against anyone who is not a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident.
Most Airlines have also advised travellers to quit boarding flights to Canada if they have symptoms of the virus or not permanent residents.
“As the virus continues its spread, we’ve decided to take increasingly aggressive steps to keep you and your families safe,” Mr Trudeau said.
Canada has recorded at least 324 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across its 10 provinces as of Monday morning with about 17 other unconfirmed cases.