Anushka Sharma takes up the Safe Hands Challenge& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
Coronavirus has freaked out everybody throughout the globe. The variety of victims are solely multiplying by the day. Of course, there are additionally many COVID-19 optimistic, who’ve recovered over time however the loss of life toll continues to escalate by the day; exactly the explanation why the World Health Organisation (WHO) too has declared it as Pandemic and is urging individuals to strictly preserve social distancing. Several nations have already gone for an entire lockdown to keep away from spreading the virus. Schools, schools, workplaces have been requested to stay shut. And most significantly, individuals have been requested to take fundamental hygiene measures like – washing arms recurrently and overlaying the mouth and nostril whereas coughing and sneezing.
Speaking of which, WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom has additional began a ‘Safe Hands Challenge’ on Twitter by nominating a number of outstanding personalities, actors, sportspersons to post a video exhibiting the right way to wash arms. It’s an excercise to affect a bigger viewers and guarantee everybody takes it severely. And responsibily becoming a member of this chain, Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma occur to be the the primary two Bollywood actresses to take up the Safe Hands Challenge.
While Deepika posted a fast video of the right way to wash arms with out losing water, Anushka has additional emphasised on the identical by not solely demonstrating the right way to wash arms however by additionally giving a step-wise voiceover on the dos and don’ts, whereas doing so. Here, take a look at the video beneath…
Deepika has nominated Virat Kohli to take up the Safe Hands Challenge. Knowing how responsibily the captain of the Indian cricket group participates in every thing that entails nationwide concern, we’re certain Virat will probably be quickly sharing his Safe Hands Challenge.
On the work entrance, all film shoots, releases, cricket matches have been postponed till March 31, as talked about within the advisory launched by the federal government.