All through the previous scarcely any weeks, various prominent individuals have been compelled to enter COVID-19 segregation, including Tom and Rita Hanks, Idris Elba, and Princes Charles, yet news that Tiger King’s Joe Exotic is in coronavirus detachment is most recent story to snatch features. As indicated by reports, Exotic (conceived Joe Maldonado-Passage) was moved to COVID-19 segregation this week in the Federal Medical Center Forth Worth in Texas.
It isn’t affirmed now whether Exotic himself has tried positive for COVID-19, in any case, as indicated by his better half Dillon Passage, different detainees in the jail were he was recently found have done.
“We talk like three to multiple times each day, however since he’s been moved to this new office, they are putting him on a COVID-19 separation due to the past prison he was at, there were cases,” Passage told Andy Cohen in a meeting on April 1. “I’ve yet to address him since he moved.”
When Cohen asked Passage whether his better half is in singular isolate, the 24-year-old answered: “From what I know, yes.”
On April 1, the U.S. Agency of Prisons reported that everybody as of now held in government offices (around 146,000 individuals, including Exotic) will be placed in isolate for the following 14 days. That implies they will be restricted to their cells for about fourteen days, Vox reports, however will be permitted into public zones on a constrained premise.
It isn’t yet realized how precisely Exotic’s individual isolate is being done in any case, as recently referenced, he is at present in the Federal Medical Center Forth Worth in Texas, as indicated by prisoner records got on April 2 by The New York Post. The office is an hour long drive from Exotic’s previous zoo, the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park, the Post reports.
The ongoing buzz around Exotic has come because of the new Netflix’s narrative Tiger King. The hit show recounts to the account of enormous feline gatherers and their progressing fight with basic entitlements activists, concentrating explicitly on the competition among Exotic and Big Cat Rescue proprietor Carol Baskin.