Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes and Reese Witherspoon have urged their followers and social media followers to assist India by elevating funds amid the surge in COVID-19 circumstances throughout the second wave of the pandemic.
In an Instagram put up on Sunday, the “Havana” singer stated folks throughout the globe want to come back collectively to assist India battle the well being disaster. “India is facing a devastating second wave of COVID infections and needs resources and support to help save lives.”
“If you can, please help @jayshetty and @radhidevlukia raise $1M for @give_india and their generous sponsor @indiaspora will match it! Every dollar will be doubled so we can try our best to make a difference,” she wrote.
Prior to Cabello, her boyfriend Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes, had urged his followers to donate for a similar fundraiser. “If you have ever been touched by India’s culture or India’s people, just donate or share or anything you can do to help,” he wrote on Instagram on Friday.
The posts got here after Priyanka Chopra urged her followers to contribute in serving to India fight the coronavirus. She shared a video on Instagram with a caption that learn, “India, my home, is suffering the world’s worst Covid crisis, and we all need to help! People are dying in record numbers. There is illness everywhere, and it’s only continuing to spread and kill at great speed and scale.”
Many celebrities shared the put up and urged their followers to assist India cope up with Covid-19 pandemic. Reese Witherspoon wrote, “What is happening in India with COVID is an urgent situation.” Actor Orlando Bloom additionally shared a few photos on Instagram and requested his followers to help the nation. “It’s at times like this that we realise we need to be global citizens and help one another,” Orlando shared.
On Sunday, Samantha Akkineni thanked her followers for his or her contribution in battle towards Covid-19.
According to Union Health Ministry, India on Sunday recorded single-day rise of three,92,488 new infections and three,689 fatalities pushing the nation’s COVID-19 tally to 1,95,57,457 and demise toll to 2,15,542.
With inputs from PTI.