Global icon Priyanka Chopra Jonas is quarantined for more than two weeks with husband Nick Jonas. She has taken the Safe Hands Challenge and shared a video where she is seen washing her hands with liquid soap, singing a song penned by her pop star husband Nick Jonas. Priyanka took to Instagram to share a video where she can be seen washing her hands with liquid soap while she sings a song co-written by her husband Nick Jonas. The song goes, “Whenever you are washing hands, whenever you are washing hands, it’s a simple thing to do, let’s do it for me and you, whenever you are washing hands…” Also Read - Coronavirus: Yuzvendra Chahal's Latest Hilarious TikTok Video During COVID-19 Lockdown is Trending | WATCH
In the video, Priyanka uses her elbow to turn on and turn off the tap to prevent contamination. Towards the end of the video, the actress advised everyone to wash their hands for at least 20-25 seconds for their own safety and for the well being of their family so that we can beat this pandemic together. Also Read - Coronavirus Lockdown May Cost India's Economy $4.64 bn on Daily Basis: Report
Nominating hubby Nick, cousin Parineeti Chopra and Bollywood veteran Amitabh Bachchan among others to take up the challenge, Priyanka captioned: “I accept the #SafeHands challenge @DrTedros. One of the main takeaways from our IG live chat yesterday was the importance of washing your hands properly. It’s a simple action that can help save lives and flatten the curve.
And here’s a song to ensure you’re doing this for at least 20 seconds. co-written by @nickjonas. I nominate @katebosworth, @mindykaling, @nickjonas, @parineetichopra and @amitabhbachchan. Namaste.” Also Read - Learn All About Symptoms of Novel Coronavirus, to Prevent Its Occurrence
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On Tuesday night, PeeCee shared a live conversation with World Health Organisation – WHO’s experts on Instagram where she put forward questions about coronavirus. In the conversation, WHO experts had busted some myths about the global pandemic. WHO General-Director Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO’s Technical Lead, were part of the live conversation which Priyanka.