Jackie Shroff, Poonam Dhillon and Pooja Bedi gave big advice to the people of Mumbai regarding COVID-19

These days, cases of Kovid-19 are constantly increasing in Mumbai.

These days, cases of Kovid-19 are constantly increasing in Mumbai.

In many areas of Maharashtra, once again, Covid 19 has started to spread its footing. Things are again being set to lockdown. In such a situation, Bollywood stars have advised to follow the protocol.

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  • Last Updated:February 24, 2021 at 5:47 PM IS

Mumbai: Lockdown Because of this, last year there was a break at the speed of life. Things slowly started coming back on track that Mumbaikar was shaken once again by Corona’s horror. Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray has also said that if the lockdown protocol is not followed, then the entire state will have to lockdown once again. Bollywood stars have also advised to be careful.

The Times talked to some Bollywood celebrities about this. Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff said, ‘Life is yours, it is your duty to save it … in this case, wear a mask. Jackie says that if I go anywhere, I wear a mask. Many times ask for the removal of fans, but I refuse so that the fans often get angry.

At the same time, Bollywood veteran actress Poonam Dhillon says that ‘people should not understand that Kovid is over, but people should be more conscious. In any case, we have to be constantly careful. Wear a mask, wash your hands, keep on sanitizing. Avoid going to the crowded place, if you have to go, then definitely return home and take steam ‘.

Whereas Bollywood actress Pooja Bedi feels that Kovid is more angry. Pooja says that in our country more lives than corona go through diseases like tuberculosis. But there is no lockdown nor wearing mask nor does it have any effect on the economic condition of the country. In addition, common flu kills thousands of people worldwide. If you see, the atmosphere of loss of job, stress, panic has caused more damage than Kovid. You see the performance of the farmers, see the condition of Dharavi, you will feel that herd immunity has increased, while Prateek Gandhi says that people who are going out without masks are more harmful to themselves and others. While Pahlaj Nihalani says that the risk of this has increased again with the start of the local train.

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