Nat Ho On His COVID-19 Survival Plan In The US And Why Some Americans Are Panic Buying Guns In Addition To Groceries
Plus, Nat, who is studying music production in LA, tells us why he won't be returning to Singapore anytime soon.
While people all over the world are emptying supermarkets of toilet paper and produce in preparation for the “coronapocalypse” (as we’ve seen some dramatic folks describe the COVID-19 outbreak), Nat Ho has a very different game plan to sustain himself just in case everything really does go to hell (the key words are “just in case”).
Hint: think The Martian.
“You’re gonna laugh at me!” Nat chuckled in embarrassment during our recent WhatsApp call, when our conversation turned to corona-prep. The 35-year-old has been living in Los Angeles, California since July last year, when he embarked on a music production course at the Icon Collective College of Music.
At the time of writing, there are over 9,345 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States, and the global spike has led Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to issue an advisory for Singaporeans studying overseas to consider returning home.