As coronavirus has changed the lives of the people all around the world, People are stuck into their houses but still doing creative things, Salman Khan is painting, Anushka Sharma and Deepika Padukone are helping fans to protect themselves from Corona whereas, Sonam Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra are giving their fans advises and love through Instagram video.
Priyanka Chopra has shared a video, asking people to stock up on love, compassion, gratitude, kindness, and joy. She also shared a video for fans about how husband Nick Jonas and she are dealing with their 8th day in self-quarantine.
In a video message for her fans, Priyanka says,
“I hope you are all safe out there. I just wanted to come in and say hello! This is such an insane time and all of our lives have been completely turned upside down and it feels like, something out of a movie, but its not. Nick and I have been home for the last week and this is day 8 of self-isolation for us. We have always had such crazy schedules and had so many people around us all day and all of a sudden, this being our reality, it just feels crazy. I am sure all of you feel the same way. We are taking all the recommended precautions right now, we are safe, we are healthy, we are practicing social distancing.”
Join me tomorrow with Dr. Tedros and Maria Van Kerkhove from the @WHO , and Hugh Evans the CEO of @GlblCtzn on IG LIVE + Facebook at 12:30pm PST. Ask them all your questions about #Covid19 and get your answers straight from the source. Stay safe and see you tomorrow. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/9SxG6t1V7r
— PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) March 18, 2020
In India 157 people are affected by Corona, Priyanka shared important and authentic details about COVID-19 from UNICEF. The actor took to Twitter to share the information with her followers. “Misinformation during a health crisis can leave us unprotected, spread fear & panic. Knowing the facts is key to protecting yourself & your family,” she tweeted.
“Visit the @UNICEFwebsite for reliable information on how to talk to children about #coronavirus,” she added along with a link to UNICEF’s article on COVID-19.