Oscar winner Jon Voight protected himself by wearing a cloth mask to grab groceries from Jayde’s Market in LA’s Bel-Air neighborhood on Sunday.

The 81-year-old grandfather-of-six – who’s high risk – was abiding Governor Gavin Newsom’s June 18 mandate that all Californians wear masks in public.

As of Monday, there have been over 116K confirmed COVID-19 cases in LA County, which has led to 3,534 deaths – according to Johns Hopkins University.  

Safety first: Oscar winner Jon Voight protected himself by wearing a cloth mask to grab groceries from Jayde's Market in LA's Bel-Air neighborhood on Sunday

Safety first: Oscar winner Jon Voight protected himself by wearing a cloth mask to grab groceries from Jayde's Market in LA's Bel-Air neighborhood on Sunday

Safety first: Oscar winner Jon Voight protected himself by wearing a cloth mask to grab groceries from Jayde’s Market in LA’s Bel-Air neighborhood on Sunday

High risk: The 81-year-old grandfather-of-six was abiding Governor Gavin Newsom's June 18 mandate that all Californians wear masks in public

High risk: The 81-year-old grandfather-of-six was abiding Governor Gavin Newsom's June 18 mandate that all Californians wear masks in public

High risk: The 81-year-old grandfather-of-six was abiding Governor Gavin Newsom’s June 18 mandate that all Californians wear masks in public

Jon’s street sighting came five days after his latest Twitter rant, this time over ‘uneducated’ marching ‘children’ tearing down unspecified monuments.

‘They have become a disaster, a disgrace, with no respect,’ Voight – who boasts 711K Twitter/Facebook followers – blasted on June 30.

‘Donald Trump, he who has been sworn into presidency, has held this nation strong…He is the only man who will save this nation’s pride so our children will remember what our country truly is – that our ancestors fought a great war for freedom and love. And with that truce, we became a union of in God we trust.’

On November 21, the Ray Donovan star was awarded the National Medal of Arts by the 74-year-old politician, who called his 1969 gay hustler film Midnight Cowboy ‘a great movie.’ 

'Donald Trump is the only man who will save this nation's pride': Jon's street sighting came five days after his latest Twitter rant, this time over 'uneducated' marching 'children' tearing down unspecified monuments (pictured June 30)

'Donald Trump is the only man who will save this nation's pride': Jon's street sighting came five days after his latest Twitter rant, this time over 'uneducated' marching 'children' tearing down unspecified monuments (pictured June 30)

‘Donald Trump is the only man who will save this nation’s pride’: Jon’s street sighting came five days after his latest Twitter rant, this time over ‘uneducated’ marching ‘children’ tearing down unspecified monuments (pictured June 30)

Dancing in the White House: On November 21, Voight was awarded the National Medal of Arts by the 74-year-old politician (R), who called his 1969 gay hustler film Midnight Cowboy 'a great movie'

Dancing in the White House: On November 21, Voight was awarded the National Medal of Arts by the 74-year-old politician (R), who called his 1969 gay hustler film Midnight Cowboy 'a great movie'

Dancing in the White House: On November 21, Voight was awarded the National Medal of Arts by the 74-year-old politician (R), who called his 1969 gay hustler film Midnight Cowboy ‘a great movie’ 

These days, Jon is best known as the father of Oscar winner Angelina Jolie, who mentioned him in her Mother’s Day essay in the New York Times.

‘When my father had an affair, it changed my life. It set [my late mother Marcheline Bertrand’s] dream of family life ablaze,’ the 45-year-old actress-humanitarian wrote.

‘But she still loved being a mother. Her dreams of being an actor faded as she found herself, at the age of 26, raising two children with a famous ex who would cast a long shadow on her life.’ 

'When my father had an affair, it changed my life': These days, the Ray Donovan star is best known as the father of Oscar winner Angelina Jolie (L), who mentioned him in her Mother's Day essay in the New York Times (pictured in 2011)

'When my father had an affair, it changed my life': These days, the Ray Donovan star is best known as the father of Oscar winner Angelina Jolie (L), who mentioned him in her Mother's Day essay in the New York Times (pictured in 2011)

‘When my father had an affair, it changed my life’: These days, the Ray Donovan star is best known as the father of Oscar winner Angelina Jolie (L), who mentioned him in her Mother’s Day essay in the New York Times (pictured in 2011)

'Raising two children with a famous ex': The 45-year-old actress-humanitarian was less than a year old when her late mother Marcheline Bertrand (L) separated from Jon over adultery allegations (pictured in 2001)

'Raising two children with a famous ex': The 45-year-old actress-humanitarian was less than a year old when her late mother Marcheline Bertrand (L) separated from Jon over adultery allegations (pictured in 2001)

‘Raising two children with a famous ex’: The 45-year-old actress-humanitarian was less than a year old when her late mother Marcheline Bertrand (L) separated from Jon over adultery allegations (pictured in 2001)

Angie was less than a year old when Marcheline separated from Voight over adultery allegations, and the father-daughter duo have had a fractured on/off relationship ever since. 

The Catholic University grad will next reprise his role as rancher and ex-sheriff John Landsburg in Sean McNamara’s 2020 sequel, JL Family Ranch 2.

The Hallmark Movies & Mysteries western also features James Caan, Teri Polo, and Bo Derek.

'On set': Voight will next reprise his role as rancher and ex-sheriff John Landsburg in Sean McNamara's 2020 sequel, JL Family Ranch 2, for Hallmark (pictured in 2019)

'On set': Voight will next reprise his role as rancher and ex-sheriff John Landsburg in Sean McNamara's 2020 sequel, JL Family Ranch 2, for Hallmark (pictured in 2019)

‘On set’: Voight will next reprise his role as rancher and ex-sheriff John Landsburg in Sean McNamara’s 2020 sequel, JL Family Ranch 2, for Hallmark (pictured in 2019)

Action! The Catholic University grad will also play Judge Warren E. Burger in Nick Loeb and Cathy Allyn's long-delayed directorial debut Roe v. Wade (pictured in  2018)

Action! The Catholic University grad will also play Judge Warren E. Burger in Nick Loeb and Cathy Allyn's long-delayed directorial debut Roe v. Wade (pictured in  2018)

Action! The Catholic University grad will also play Judge Warren E. Burger in Nick Loeb and Cathy Allyn’s long-delayed directorial debut Roe v. Wade (pictured in  2018)

Custody war: Loeb (L) is best known for his five-year legal battle against ex-fiancé Sofia Vergara (R) over their two female frozen embryos, which has failed thus far (pictured in 2014)

Custody war: Loeb (L) is best known for his five-year legal battle against ex-fiancé Sofia Vergara (R) over their two female frozen embryos, which has failed thus far (pictured in 2014)

Custody war: Loeb (L) is best known for his five-year legal battle against ex-fiancé Sofia Vergara (R) over their two female frozen embryos, which has failed thus far (pictured in 2014)

Jon will also play Judge Warren E. Burger in Nick Loeb and Cathy Allyn’s long-delayed directorial debut Roe v. Wade.

44-year-old Loeb is best known for his five-year legal battle against ex-fiancé Sofia Vergara over their two female frozen embryos, which has failed thus far.

The anti-abortion drama also features Stacey Dash, Jamie Kennedy, Steve Guttenberg, Joey Lawrence, Greer Grammer, and Tomi Lahren.

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