Don’t worry, guys, Sabrina Carpenter is most definitely following the self-isolation protocol during the current coronavirus pandemic. The former Girl Meets World star took to Instagram and clapped back at a fan who accused her of not practicing social distancing after posting a video hanging out with Liza Koshy.

It all started when the Disney Channel alum celebrated the YouTube star’s birthday with an adorable video of them driving together. From the looks of it, these two struck up quite the friendship while filming their upcoming Netflix original movie, Work It, together.

“Happy birthday to my biggest fan @lizakoshy,” Sabrina captioned the hilarious clip.

Immediately after it was posted, one of her 20 million followers took to the comments section and wrote, “This doesn’t look like social distancing Sabrina.”

Sabrina Carpenter Claps Back At Fan Who Accuses Her Of Not Social Distancing Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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Upon reading the comment, the blonde beauty responded and set the record straight. She explained the the video was “shot a few months ago.”

“Social distancing has given me a great reason to keep my distance from her!” she explained.

Sabrina Carpenter Claps Back At Fan Who Accuses Her Of Not Social Distancing Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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But that’s not all! Liza also commented on the snap and revealed that she did see Sabrina for her birthday, but from six feet away, of course!

“I just saw you from [six feet] away, so I’m fulfilled… For now,” she wrote.

Sabrina Carpenter Claps Back At Fan Who Accuses Her Of Not Social Distancing Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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For those who missed it, the World Health Organization has reported that over reported that over 870,000 people have contracted virus so far, resulting in more than 43,000 deaths Medical professionals have called for “social distancing” to prevent further spreading of the illness, which is defined as “trying to keep yourself away from other people, especially large crowds.” Because of this many events, concerts and festivals have been canceled, including all Broadway plays — including Sabrina’s current gig in the musical Mean Girls — and sports games. People have been asked to avoid public spaces and quarantine themselves during this time.

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