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Jennifer López And Alex Rodríguez Break Quarantine To Go To The Gym

Jennifer López And Alex Rodríguez Break Quarantine To Go To The Gym
Jennifer López And Alex Rodríguez Break Quarantine To Go To The Gym

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It seems that exercising at home does not work for Jennifer López and her fiancé Alex Rodríguez. Both were seen in a Miami gym despite the mandatory quarantine ordered by the Florida governor.

According to the New York Post, the couple was photographed visibly sweating after an apparently intense round of exercises in one of the gyms they frequent in the capital of Sol. It is presumed that the business made an exception when receiving them because a sign on the door of the premises that indicated "stay home" and announced that it was officially closed.

JLo and Alex Rodríguez
JLo and Alex Rodríguez

The security agents who accompanied the couple on their journey were wearing protective masks and opened the door of the car in which they were transported with a handkerchief that appeared to be a disinfecting towel, the US newspaper reported.

JLo and Alex Rodríguez
JLo and Alex Rodríguez

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In his recent last Instagram post, the former Yankees player invited his followers to stay safe and join him on his "Home Safe with ARod" project, a live chat at 6 pm Eastern, from home. with businessman Gary Vay-Ner-Chuk.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued a state-wide stay-at-home order Wednesday as a preventive measure in the face of increased COVID-19 infections.

DeSantis told a news conference that the order was due to a conversation with US President Donald Trump and White House advisers who advised residents to stay at home for at least the entire month of April.

The move comes after DeSantis received harsh criticism for waiting "so long" to issue a closing order, despite there being more than 5,000 cases of contagion, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

In Florida, there are a total of 7,773 infected, 101 deaths and 990 people hospitalized by COVID-19, according to figures from the state Department of Health published in El Nuevo Herald.

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