Coronavirus in Hollywood: Jennifer Aniston Pens A Message Of Hope For Fans
Jennifer Aniston requested people to donate and stay at home. Jennifer then went on to appreciate Blake Lively's post and how she summed up her thoughts about COVID-19 so perfectly. Read on below!
The coronavirus outbreak has sprung neagtivity, a depressing atmosphere and uncertainity amongst us all. But when a global crisis hits the world, it brings people together from all walks of life. From Hollywood to Bollywood and entertainment stories around the globe, stars have been posting various things regarding COVID-19. While some have gone into quarantine and are praciticing social distancing, others have been lending support to donation camps and charity foundations set up for the underpriveleged whose lives have been put on a standstill following the infection outbreak. But there are some A-listers such as Jennifer Aniston who have been spreading the message of hope for a better tomorrow.
Taking to her Instagram stories, Jen wrote, "This is a choatic time but remmeber the best thing we can do right now is stay informed, stay calm and stay inside or away from crowds to help slow the spread of the virus." She added, "It is important we take it seriusly so that we can keep others healthy. If you are young and healthy, please remember social distancing is not just for you, but it is to help everyone who is at risk or vulnerable."
A major proportion of the elederly and those with weak immune systems have been attacked by the coronavirus in the United States and other countries. "We need to work together. Be safe and spread the word." Jennifer then went on to appreciate Blake Lively's post and how she summed up her thoughts about COVID-19 so perfectly. Blake and her husband Ryan Reynolds are donating $1 million to two renowned charity setups. Jennifer reposted Blake's words to her Instagram story. It read, "Though we must be distancing ourselves to protect others, we can stay connected. Rememebr the lonely and isloated. Facetime, Skype, make a video. We can all do something for one another, even if that is simply staying home. Sending so much love." Jennifer also lauded the real "heroes" including hospital staff who have been working tirelessly to save lives across the world.