Akshay Kumar, Shah Rukh Khan urge fans to stay at home amid coronavirus crisis

Coronavirus message Akshay Kumar , Shah Rukh Khan , Arjun Kapoor COVID 19

In the wake of growing concern over COVID 19, the Bollywood actors Akshay Kumar, Arjun Kapoor and Shah Rukh Khan took to their social media to spread awareness of coronavirus. The novel coronavirus has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO), earlier this month.

Akshay Kumar’s message

Akshay Kumar took to Instagram to tell people the ways to prevent coronavirus. The actor requested people to self-quarantine and talked about the logic behind the home quarantine stamp.

He also said that Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) calls the stamp a ‘Badge of Honor’ to thank them for being isolated and protecting everyone else around them. Meanwhile, he also said that this is our race against coronavirus and we will win if we stay at home.

Arjun Kapoor thanks doctors

Likewise, Arjun Kapoor thanked all the doctors and BMC, adding, they are working for all of us to prevent the coronavirus. He mentioned in the vide that how they (doctors) are taking care of the people and handling the situation.

He also appreciated the efforts and possible measures taken by the government to prevent coronavirus. Kapoor also asked people to be at home and protect themselves and others as well. He also urged people not to blame the system of our government as it is doing everything to save people from the pandemic.

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Shah Rukh’s appeal

Similarly, Shah Rukh Khan requested people to avoid going out for at least 10 to 15 days, as this will help in preventing the coronavirus. He also asked everyone to follow the orders given by the Government of India.

The novel coronavirus has claimed over 11,417 lives across the world with 4 deaths reported in India so far. Meanwhile, the global meter of coronavirus confirmed cases has reached to 276,472. Fortunately, 91,954 patients have been recovered so far.

-PTC News