Work Exposes John Stamos to COVID-19 Third Time, Son Cries

Actor John Stamos – for a third time – is self-quarantining, this time for 10 days, after he said his work exposed him to COVID-19 a third time, leading his two-year-old son crying himself to sleep because he couldn't be with his dad.
The 57-year-old, who shares a two-year-old son named Billy with wife Caitlin McHugh Stamos, 34, implied that he was exposed to the virus while at work, though the specific project isn’t clear, said Yahoo News.
“I feel my job is doing what they can to keep us safe,” he wrote in another tweet. Stamos also asked his followers to adhere to health guidelines. “People, please follow the rules,” he wrote. “Your actions affect so many more lives than just your own.”
He didn't explain if he followed the rules by continuing to work in what's turned into a hazardous profession requiring actors to be in close proximity in violation of recommended safe social distance guidelines.
He posts frequently on social media “Grateful for my healthy family. That I have the privilege of going to work right now,” he wrote in a Jan. 14 Instagram post.


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