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The coronavirus has forced the government to make Americans start social distancing themselves from each other to prevent the spread of the virus. Yet, some people still want to party and enjoy themselves despite these measures. These actions don't sit well with Hilary Duff.

Duff took to her IG Stories where she attacked "young millennial assholes" who aren't concerned with the threats of contracting or passing the coronavirus.

"To all you young millennial assholes who keep going out and partying, go home," she said. "Stop killing old people, please."

Many places have started to enforce statewide and/or citywide curfews to stop people from ignoring concerns surrounding the virus. One city that has followed this trend is Nashville. Yet despite the mayor asking businesses to close, several bars are fighting to stay open—including Kid Rock's Big Ass Honky Tonk Rock N' Roll Steakhouse. 

As of Monday afternoon, nearly 4,000 people in the United States had contracted the virus resulting in 68 deaths. The threat has forced the American government to urge people to practice social distancing. On Friday, President Trump addressed coronavirus concerns by declaring the country in a National State of Emergency.