Take a fresh look at your lifestyle.
Home > Entertainment > Urvashi Rautela collaborated with King Bach to create awareness about COVID-19

- Sponsored -

Urvashi Rautela collaborated with King Bach to create awareness about COVID-19

Urvashi Rautela and King Bach came together to spread awareness about Coronavirus Pandemic.

1,026

Bollywood stars are trying there level best to spread as much awareness as they can about Coronavirus pandemic, and that includes extending their hearts and hands overseas to rope in other like-minded people. The gorgeous actress Urvashi Rautela is also doing her bit by urging people to stay safe and take necessary precautions.

- Sponsored -

Urvashi Rautela also did her part by collaborating with Andrew. B. Bachelor aka King Bach from ‘Vine’. The two celebrities have gone live on social networking site Instagram.

The whole point to going live with King bach was to create a good awareness not only in India but globally. Because most people are not taking COVID-19 seriously at this point.’

“Me and King Bach urged the people to cooperate with the government and medical team whatever they say we have to follow them, we have to take precautions. It will only help us to stay safe, for that you have to stay indoors and break the chain so that we can get a healthy and COVID free India,” Urvashi said.

This live season consists of Urvashi and King Bach answering COVID-19 related questions asked by their respective fans.

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province in central China, and has since spread globally, resulting in the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic.

More than 10 fresh cases of novel coronavirus have been reported from across the country on Tuesday (March 24, 2020) morning, taking India’s tally to 511. According to the latest reports, India’s tally also includes the death toll which surged to 10 today after three more coronavirus deaths.

- Sponsored -