Actor Jennifer Aniston, a favorite among English sitcom audiences around the world, urges fans to lend a helping hand to the struggling India to find herself in the utter fury of the Covid epidemic. She made her appeal through Instagram, a social media site where the superstar boasts over 36.5 million followers.
In a series of Instagram stories about this issue, she said, “A serious second wave of novel coronavirus infections swept across India, setting a world record for new infections every day over the past five days.” The country’s 7-day average report currently has 381,124 cases and 3,572 deaths.
It is important to remember that at this stage these numbers are significantly underreported.
Her second position was the plug of Americares, a health and development NGO around the world, saying that a non-profit organization is raising money for immediate relief in India. The organization currently operates in India, providing PPE to healthcare workers, providing medical and teledoc support, and raising awareness in poor communities in India.
The 52-year-old actor said, “You don’t have to donate to help.” “Tell me about a platform that can help increase awareness.”
India needs the world’s attention, funding and support, and more and more people are starting to realize it, across borders and seas. From celebrities to politicians to businessmen, people in influential regions of society are raising their voices and raising awareness through the platform they have.