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Supermodel Naomi Campbell recently hit headlines for her choice of clothing on a flight. Read on to know what she wore! By Amitha Ameen

 

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With the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, everyone is hyper-aware of their surroundings and equipping themselves with the necessary protective equipment. Naomi Campbell shares the same sentiment but the model seems to have taken it a step further. The 49-year old was seen sporting a hazmat suit, complete with face mask shield, goggles, and gloves.

While we don’t know where Campbell was travelling to in the midst of the pandemic, the model shared a selfie on-board a flight and captioned the post, “on the move.” In the photo, it can be seen that the model has covered her seat with a pink towel as well.

 

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This isn’t the first time the model has made waves since the COVID-19 outbreak. Earlier in March, Naomi shared a photo of herself wearing a hazmat suit while travelling back to her hometown, New York, from Los Angeles.

The United States is currently leading in the global Coronavirus toll with an alarming 1.56 million confirmed cases and 92,258 reported deaths. In this, New York which was announced as the pandemic hotbed in the country had reported 353,000 cases whereas California had announced 81,795 confirmed cases.

 

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Do you guys think this will be the future of travel? Or is it unnecessary to wear professional-grade protective equipment as Naomi did and just stick to the basic measures?

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