Charlotte McKinney keeps safe in surgical gloves and dons ankle weights while shopping for groceries amid the COVID-19 pandemic
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Los Angeles has effectively gone on lockdown with most non-essential businesses closing as city officials try to limit exposure to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic.
And Charlotte McKinney took extra precautions to protect herself while heading out in public to try and get groceries, as many stores see bare shelves.
The model, who rose to fame after starring in a Carls Jr. Superbowl ad in 2015, wore surgical gloves on Tuesday while shopping at Erewhon in Los Angeles.
Strutting her stuff: Charlotte McKinney took extra precautions to protect herself while heading out in public to try and get groceries at Erewhon on Tuesday
Charlotte, 26, was dressed casually for the outing, wearing black and grey cheetah print leggings and an oversized grey sweater,
Multitasking on her outing, she wore white ankle weights above her sneakers of the same color.
Her blonde hair was pulled back into a high waterfall style ponytail and covered her eyes with black oval-shaped sunglasses.
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Making moves: She was dressed casually for the outing, wearing black and grey cheetah print leggings and an oversized grey sweater, with ankle weights and white sneakers
She carried a black purse on her shoulder as she headed back to her car with two paper grocery bags.
Earlier this year, Charlotte starred with Maggie Q, Lucy Hale, Portia Doubleday and Michael Pena in the horror flick Fantasy Island that opened in February.
Blonde beauty: Charlotte showed off her model figure at the Los Angeles premiere on last month for her latest movie, a big screen reboot of TV show Fantasy Island
Since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, infecting nearly 200,000 and killing over 7,000, many studios have ceased filming on movies and postponing premiers and releases.
On Monday, Universal studios announced it would be making all of its films that are in theaters available on demand.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced on Sunday, all dine-in restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, movie theaters and all large public gathering spaces closed to limit the viruses spread.
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