Quarantine is making everyone creative. Some of them are polishing their skills and learning new things and most of them are helping their house help to stay at their place by doing household chores by themselves. To combat the spread of coronavirus, Bollywood actor Katrina Kaif and Kartik Aaryan have recently shared a mini-tutorial video for anyone “who may have forgotten” on how to do your dishes back home. Also Read - Coronavirus in Gujarat: 14-month-old Toddler Dies of COVID-19 in Jamnagar

Katrina Kaif took to Instagram to share a video where she is seen in her comfortable clothes, washing utensils. In the video, she can be seen giving out ideas on how to wash dishes perfectly and also to save water in the meantime. She opts the idea of filling up the sink with water first, lathering up the utensils completely and then later rinse them. While sharing the video on Instagram, the Bharat actor wrote, “🍽 +🧽=🙂🏠 really makes u appreciate all the help we have at home #socialdistancing #staysafe #helpoutathome”. Also Read - New York Leads Coronavirus Death Toll With 731 Fatalties in 24 Hours



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🍽 +🧽=🙂🏠 really makes u appreciate all the help we have at home #socialdistancing #staysafe #helpoutathome

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Apart from Katrina Kaif, Kartik Aaryan also shared a video where he was caught washing dishes at home. The 29-year-old star reposted a video that his sister Kritika Tiwari had shared on her Instagram account. In the reposted post, the caption was made clear for the followers not to ‘mistake this for Quarantine. This is the usual scene at home..Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki”.



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Talking about coronavirus, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), stated that the total number of coronavirus positive cases in the country has gone up to 471. A total of 20,707 samples from 19,817 individuals have been tested so far, the ICMR said.