Celebrities Spreading Awareness: Coronavirus or COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease taking a toll on everyone's life around the world. It originated from a market in Wuhan, China. From there, the disease has been spreading all around the world.
People all the over the world are required to go nowhere and sit at home fearing the outbreak. Colleges, schools, malls, offices, theatres everything is getting shut down.
Many movie releases and shoots have been postponed due to health concerns. AMC and The Regal Cinema have shut down all their theatres to ensure safety. The twenty-fifth instalment of James Bond, No Time To Die has shifted their release date from April to November. Many more movies have postponed their releases. Scripted TV shows shootings are also getting cancelled due to the global pandemic.
Celebrities Trying To Do Their Part In Spreading Awareness
When everyone's home and doing nothing, some celebrities are taking in efforts to create awareness. Because not everyone obeys the laws, and some people still roam around inspire of knowing the seriousness of the issue. Or that they know and they just don't care. But celebrities have the power to influence a lot of people and their fans. While at home, they are trying to create awareness among people in their ways.
Ellen Pompeo is an American actress director and producer. She has been a part of Grey's Anatomy since 2005. She recently shared an emotional clip talking about coronavirus.
“Many of us have the privilege to self-quarantine and try to stay healthy, but most people don't have that privilege. Anyone who works in a hospital or the health care industry, you rock. We love you; stay safe”. Pompeo also added that she wants to thank all the medical staff for their combined efforts.
Lady Gaga (Celebrities Spreading Awareness)
Lady Gaga, the singer and songwriter, is also encouraging her fans to take good care of themselves during tough times like this. Gaga is currently self quarantined at home. She said, “I wish I could see my parents and grandmas right now. But it's much safer not to do so that they don't get them sick in case I have it.” So she is staying at home with her dogs.
— Max Brooks (@maxbrooksauthor) March 16, 2020
Max is an American actor and author. He took to Twitter to join “Don't be a spreader”. Max shares a video with his 93-year-old father separated by glass doors. He says that the disease might not affect his long term health, but it will affect his father.
Sebastian Stan (Celebrities Spreading Awareness)
The Marvel star also took to his social media to create awareness. The actor's current project, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier have halted production due to the coronavirus outbreak. As doctors claim that a good hand wash can kill the virus, he shares a video of washing hands.
Here are some other celebrities who've been creating awareness and trying to spread positivity via social media platforms:
— Ashley Tisdale (@ashleytisdale) March 16, 2020
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) March 15, 2020
Staying home is my super power ✌🏼 and urs!Please every1 take care of yourself,ur loved ones and us all. The sooner we all stay home & keep ourselves from catching this Very contagious virus🦠the sooner we can go back to our lives🙏🏼❤#WeAreAllOne pic.twitter.com/F7CBrKiP2b
— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) March 16, 2020