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LOOK: Ellen Adarna sunbathes amid community quarantine

/ 04:35 PM March 22, 2020

As people are advised to stay home amid the spread of COVID-19, actress Ellen Adarna has found a way to still enjoy the summer sun while observing the community quarantine.

The actress decided to sunbathe from the safety of a balcony, as seen in her Instagram Stories today, March 22. Adarna expressed that she wanted to be in the sea nearby. However, she stated that one must “#StayAtHome” in light of the pandemic.

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Ellen Adarna

Image: Instagram/@maria.elena.adarna

Feeling the summer spirit, Adarna relaxed under the bright sunlight while in a black bikini.

“Imagine nalang kutob (Imagining is all there is),” she said in Cebuano.

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Ellen Adarna

Image: Instagram/@maria.elena.adarna

The actress also uploaded another photo of her enjoying the sun while half of her body stayed indoors, saying that she is “finding ways.”

Ellen Adarna

Image: Instagram/@maria.elena.adarna

After sunbathing, Adarna proudly showed off her beach body, as seen in a separate post on her Instagram page.

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Prior to returning to the Philippines, Adarna underwent a 14-day mental training program in Bali, Indonesia earlier this month. Following her trip, she is currently under self-quarantine away from her family, she said on Instagram Stories on March 16.

Ellen Adarna

Image: Instagram/@maria.elena.adarna

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Philippines, as of this writing, has reached 380. The Department of Health stated that among those patients, 25 have died while 15 have already recovered. JB

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