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Hema Malini Asks Fans To Prevent India From Entering Lockdown 3.0; Says 'I Want It To End'

Recently, actor Hema Malini, on social media account, urged citizens of the country to stay indoors. The actor advocated the importance of social distancing.

Hema Malini

Coronavirus has infected more than 25,000 people in India, recording more than 700 fatalities. While the officials in the capital, New Delhi, are exercising every right in their authority to prevent local transmission of Coronavirus, Bollywood celebrities too, are leaving no stone unturned to raise awareness on social media platforms. Recently, actor Hema Malini, took to social media and urged citizens of the country to stay indoors and asked them to prevent India from entering the third stage of lockdown. Read details.

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In the video, Hema Malini says, “Friends, the number of positive Coronavirus cases in the country is on a surge and there are citizens who are violating the lockdown guidelines. If we want the country to not enter the third lockdown, it is necessary we all follow the social distancing guidelines. Use masks whenever you step out and help journalists, policemen, doctors and the government. If you commit any mistake, your family will have to suffer. I and the whole country wishes the lockdown to end. Stay home, stay safe.”

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Hema on Coronavirus

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