States' stay-at-home orders may ease up in the coming months, but Oprah Winfrey is playing it safe.
Speaking on Oprah magazine's Instagram Live on Sunday, the 66-year-old media mogul said that she has canceled all of her plans through the end of 2020.
"I have canceled everything on my calendar outside my gates through the rest of the year," she said. "I just don't think it's gonna be safe to be in large group settings until this virus is over, in every form."
These cancelations include personal plans as well as industry events, like O Magazine's 20th anniversary party.
Since the country — and the world — don't yet know when it will no longer be risky to meet in big groups, she's prioritizing her health.
"I also had pneumonia [last year]... and am just now getting through all the bronchial stuff. So I will not be leaving these gates this summer. I might poke my nose out in the fall...but I'm gonna wait and see," she told Gayle King during the Instagram show, The OG Chronicles.
She certainly has plenty of space to spread out while she's holed up at home. The star is quarantining at one of her Santa Barbara, California-area homes, thought to be the 23,000-square-foot estate that she purchased for $52 million.
Early in quarantine, she admitted that her partner of 24 years, Stedman Graham, had been quarantining alone in the guesthouse because he was still traveling by plane through the end of March.
Now, Stedman is out and back in the main house with Oprah — but their dog Sadie is quarantining in the guesthouse.
"She's in the guesthouse for 14 days, because she had an eye infection and went to the vet," Oprah explained.
Oprah said that she'd watch the vet treat her dog on a video call, and during the treatment the vet removed her mask.
There is no evidence that the dogs can contract coronavirus, or that it could spread from animals to humans. However, the disease is still new and being studied, and several lions and tigers at the Bronx Zoo have tested positive for it.
Oprah appears to be practicing an abundance of caution.