The reason Kylie Jenner feels so prepared for self-quarantining

As people across the globe acclimate to the concepts of social distancing and quarantining, reality TV star Kylie Jenner has already mastered the art of self-isolation. After all, a couple years ago, she spent much of her pregnancy in seclusion to keep the media at bay. "My pregnancy prepared me for this. I didn't leave the house for months," Jenner said in a recent Instagram Story, per E! News. For the 22-year-old cosmetics mogul, our "new normal" means falling back into her old habits.

While pregnancy rumors swirled prior to the birth of her now 2-year-old daughter Stormi Webster — whom she shares with rapper Travis Scott — Jenner later confirmed she purposely dodged the spotlight during the months leading up to her due date. "I'm sorry for keeping you in the dark through all the assumptions," the new mother wrote on Instagram in February 2018.

"I understand you're used to me bringing you along on all my journeys. My pregnancy was one I chose not to do in front of the world. I knew for myself I needed to prepare for this role of a lifetime in the most positive, stress free, and healthy way I knew how," she continued. "There was no gotcha moment, no big paid reveal I had planned. I knew my baby would feel every stress and every emotion so I chose to do it this way for my little life and our happiness."

You mean Jenner avoided the public to preserve her health? Sounds like a wise decision.

Kylie Jenner isn't the only Kardashian sister who's prepared for coronavirus

Kylie Jenner might be ready to hunker down at home as the coronavirus spreads, but she's not the only member of her famous family who's prepared to battle COVID-19. Her sister, Kim Kardashian West, has also taken to social media to share the extreme precautions she's taking to avoid illness.

With the help of a physician, Kardashian West posted an Instagram Story demonstrating "the new appropriate way to say hello." As the doctor thoroughly washes his hands, the video shows him ankle-bump Kardashian West's friend Cesar twice. Cesar then ankle-bumps the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star. "You should not do elbows, because you cough into your elbow," she emphasized. Not a fan of the ankle-bump? "A little bow" could work just as nicely, Kardashian West suggested.

Kardashian West's oldest daughter, North, has also stepped her efforts to protect her family — well, her doll family, that is. The 6-year-old child of Kardashian West and rapper Kanye West made a quarantine home for her dolls, which bear a striking resemblance to the couple, to shield them from the virus. In the now-deleted live stream, Kardashian West gave fans a tour. "She made a quarantined section for Kim and Kanye," the mom-of-four said, "with windows so we can look out." She even gave them a bottle of Purell hand sanitizer just to be safe. What a considerate kid!

Kris Jenner tested negative after possible exposure to coronavirus

As the matriarch of reality TV's most famous brood, Kris Jenner didn't want to risk spread after possible exposure to coronavirus. "Kris Jenner has been tested for coronavirus after attending Universal Music Group CEO Lucian Grainge's birthday bash a couple weeks ago. Grainge tested positive and Jenner wanted to make sure she was being proactive in getting tested," a source told Entertainment Tonight. "Kris wasn't sick and didn't have any symptoms, but since she was in contact with someone who tested positive, she took the test." However, Jenner ultimately tested negative for coronavirus.

Although Jenner hasn't commented on her test results, she did share her appreciation for the healthcare workers on the frontlines of the battle against COVID-19. "Thank you to ALL of our healthcare workers, doctors and nurses on the front lines for your dedication and service during this time," Jenner tweeted. "Stay kind, be safe, we are in this together."

While coronavirus testing continues to lag across the U.S. for average citizens, we must all follow the most basic CDC guidelines in the interim — wash your hands and maintain social distancing. These proactive measures could save lives!