字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 here in Los Angeles, the second largest epicenter of the pandemic, it is a picture perfect spring day. After a string of some pretty lousy weather, the temperature is 75 degrees. The question is, will people resist the temptation and obey the state home restrictions? We found this scene at a popular farmers market in Santa Monica, with shoppers keeping their distance over in Venice Beach. The warnings were heated, not a soul to be found. Lisa Guerrero spoke with Dr Phil, who has been taping his show from home and had this advice. Now that the weather's getting warmer, a lot of people are gonna have to fight the urge to go outside. What advice can you give them? What they tell us is that we do go outside to be sure we maintain social distancing. So don't walk up on someone. Don't let somebody walk upon you. Don't congregate down on the corner. Don't congregate at the part. But they do say it's okay to go outside, get some fresh air, take your dog. It's very important to get sunlight. A lot of folks have been stuck inside for weeks, and they're getting cabin fever. What can we do to help fight that. There is a difference between isolation and loneliness, and a lot of people are letting isolation turn into lonely, understand. Loneliness has some serious side effects. Physically, comedian Larry David has this message for everyone. Stay home. You're socializing to close it. It's not good. You're hurting old people like May. If you've seen my show, nothing good ever happens. Going out of the house, you know that. It's just trouble out there. That's right. And stay inside and watch Inside Edition, too.