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Combo photo shows supermodel Naomi Campbell wearing a hazmat suit.
The rising toll of coronavirus affecting thousands across the globe has left most people in fear and in absolute panic.
Celebrities are doing their bit to promote safety and wearing masks on their social media accounts in order to make people more aware of how not to get affected.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell was spotted wearing a hazmat suit, a surgical mask and rubber gloves at an airport to guard herself against the coronavirus.
She even took to Instagram and shared her photographs in the hazmat suit.
"Safety First NEXT LEVEL," Naomi captioned the images.
Reacting to her pictures, a user commented: "Naomi makes everything fashionable."
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Another one wrote: "Safety but make it fashion."
This is not the first time Naomi has taken precautionary measures when it come to in-flight hygiene. Last year, she posted a video in which she can be seen cleaning down her plane seat, reports mirror.co.uk.
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