The coronavirus pandemic has taken about 13,675 lives all over the world.
In India, as per the latest updates, 6 people have lost their lives to the COVID19. B-town celebrities are coming up to spread awareness about the coronavirus. From Kartik Aaryan to Sonam Kapoor, a number of stars have released video messages to create awareness. To join the bandwagon of celebrities, Salman Khan has stood up.
On Saturday night, the Sultan actor took to Instagram to share the video in which he urges his fans to follow precautionary measures to help prevent the spread of the novel virus. In the video, Salman explains the gravity of the situation and says, “Bus main, train main, market main, har jagah, toh kyun pange le rahe ho bahar ja ke? Ye public holiday nahi hai bhai. Ye bada serious mamla hai. Ye sab bandh karo bhai. (It’s there on bus, train and market, everywhere. Why are you taking risk? This is not a public holiday. This is a serious matter. Stop this).”
He also shared the measures one should take in order to prevent the spread of infection by the CoV-2 virus. He explains, “Mask pehno, protect karo apne aap ko, haath dho, saaf suthre raho, logon se dur raho. Ye sab karne main kya dikkat hai aapko? Agar kisi ki jaan bach rahi hai, jaane bach rahi hai, sekdo jaane bach rahi hai, aapki khud ki, toh kyun nahi kar rahe ho aap? Karo yaar, ye zindagi ka sawaal hai. Please. Darkhwaast hai. (Wear mask, protect yourselves, wash your hands, keep yourself clean, maintain social-distancing. Why can’t you do this if you can save so many lives, including yours? Please do. It’s a request).”
Bollywood celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt and Madhuri Dixit and others came together to feature in a video creating awareness about the novel virus. The celebrities talked about the importance of a social distancing and measures that should be adopted to prevent the spread of the CoV-2 virus.
Akshay Kumar and Shahrukh Khan made separate videos to spread the word about the importance of social distancing and washing hands.