Michelle Salas, the daughter of Luis Miguel and Stephanie Salas has worried her fans then I revealed the way of the cross has passed, then loosening the pandemic Covid-19 through a video on social networks.
It is noteworthy that through a video Michelle Salas announced that decided to be quarantined as a measure to prevent the spread of the new virus, and he confessed that he experienced several difficult days after his trip to Paris and Madrid, where the topic of the coronavirus has caused several deaths and terror among the population.
The havoc that suffers Michelle Rooms for the Coronavirus
“In less than 48 hours this radically changed and worsened. The fear he felt and the panic to flood the streets.”
The beautiful model also revealed that as a result of the environment that I was living because of the COVID-19, took a flight to Mexico city, with the intention to be closer to his family, although decided not to see them to not expose them to any kind of danger.
“The first thing that goes through your mind in a situation like this is your family, and I was far, far away. The 12-hour flight in those moments was truly frightening, but more frightening was the uncertainty of not knowing what could happen and I be away from you the more I want”.
Within the video also revealed that during his journey took all precautions so as not to expose the life of his great-grandmother Silvia Pinal, since weeks before the first actress had been hospitalized for a respiratory condition, Michelle said that after she changed her mind and went to the united States.
The daughter of Luis Miguel has also revealed that not everything went as planned, as it now is in quarantine in a Miami hotel and will stay there until you learn more details of the pandemic Coronavirus, despite the fact that your department is in New York city.
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Finally, Michelle Salas asked his followers not to leave their houses and take all the possible precautions, in addition to requested to take care of their loved ones, especially grandparents who are the most vulnerable to the pandemic.