Sneaky Pete star Giovanni Ribisi covers up with a face mask and latex gloves for a grocery run

He’s joined the residents of LA in self-isolating amid the coronavirus pandemic.

And Giovanni Ribisi took extra precautions as he donned a face mask and gloves as he stocked up on supplies at a market in the Los Feliz neighbourhood of Los Angeles, California on Wednesday.

The Sneaky Pete star, 45, headed to the store to grab some groceries before joining partner Emily Ward and their twins Enzo and Maude in the sunshine. 

Out and about: Giovanni Ribisi took extra precautions as he donned a face mask and gloves as he stocked up on supplies at a market in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday

Giovanni cut a casual figure for the outing, donning a dark shirt and tan trousers.

He completed his laid-back look with New Balance trainers. 

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Ensuring his safety was his top priority, he wore a surgical face mask and disposable latex gloves for the shopping trip, before rejoining his family.

He was spotted doting over the twins as he carried a bag full of supplies as Emily and a pal watched on.  

Family: The Sneaky Pete star, 45, headed to the store to grab some groceries before joining partner Emily Ward and their twins Enzo and Maude in the sunshine

Giovanni, who last year welcomed twins with interior designer Emily, has been following the advice to obey social distancing amid the concerning spread of coronavirus.

California, as well as Washington and New York have been the hardest hit states, and were declared disaster zones by President Trump.

Earlier on Sunday, the president pledged to send the national guard into the thee states.

The disaster declaration will provide federal assistance for both emergency protective measures and crisis counseling in Washington, the White House said.

Low-key: Giovanni cut a casual figure for the outing, donning a dark shirt and tan trousers

Sweet: He was spotted doting over the twins as he carried a bag full of supplies as Emily and a pal watched on

It is not yet known what will follow for the United States, after Trump hinted that the country could perform a dramatic U-Turn on its lockdown.

He said the US will make a decision at the end of a 15-day period on ‘which way we want to go’ to fight coronavirus, implying that the country could re-open – just hours after New York City went into lockdown at 8pm on Sunday.

‘We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself,’ he said on Twitter.

Trump appeared to send mixed messages as he wrote the tweet after taking aggressive steps to stem the spread of the deadly virus.

Fresh air: The actor and his clan enjoyed the sunshine amid the coronavirus pandemic

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