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  • Miley Cyrus is in self-quarantine because of coronavirus
  • She joked about her situation with her fans
  • The singer also shared some advice for her fans on Instagram

Miley Cyrus is in a self-imposed quarantine because of the coronavirus outbreak. She shared a throwback video of her time as Hannah Montana to explain her situation to her fans on Instagram. The singer also shared some advice about how to deal with the problems people are facing because of the virus.

After just two days of quarantine, Cyrus appears to be feeling bored and paranoid. She shared a funny video of her as Hannah Montana on her Instagram page that shows her character being extremely careful about the spread of diseases. The singer jokingly wrote that her real situation at the moment is exactly like that of her character from the popular TV series.

Quarantine and social distancing are being advocated to people across the globe to stop the spread of coronavirus. Cyrus highlighted this in another post that shows a scene from “Hannah Montana.” The scene shows Hannah complaining about the new guy in the school touching her as she scrams that people should not touch the star.

While Cyrus’ posts are meant as a joke, she also shared a more serious note for her fans in another Instagram post. The singer told her fans to be thoughtful, respectful, and compassionate during these difficult times.

One of the issues that people are facing is that the fear of coronavirus has led to people buying things in bulk, which is creating more problems. Cyrus pointed out that no one needs all the soup in the store, and by hoarding all the goods they become more expensive and the situation will lead to many people unable to buy daily essentials.

Cyrus said that this is a great time to “practice restraint.” She pointed out that there is enough to around if people take care of one another, but it is difficult to make smart decisions when everyone is panicking.

Miley Cyrus Miley Cyrus attends The Women's Cancer Research Fund's An Unforgettable Evening Benefit Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on February 28, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Photo: Getty Images/Frazer Harrison