Pornhub Free Premium Subscription: Pornhub has probably done the best to serve the people of Italy who are stuck at home amid the complete shutdown by the government to fight the coronavirus. The COVID-19 has so far killed over a thousand people in the European country following which Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced a total lockdown in the country barring food stores and pharmacies. Now, Pornhub, an adult content website, released an official statement announcing free premium subscription for the entire month for the people of Italy. The website also vowed to donate its March proceeds from Modelhub to support the country during these trying times. Also Read - Arsenal's Mikel Arteta, Callum Hudson-Odoi of Chelsea Test Positive For Coronavirus

An official Twitter handle of Pornhub tweeted on Thursday: “Pornhub is donating its March proceeds from Modelhub to support Italy during this unfortunate time (model earnings will remain untouched). Italy will also have free access to Pornhub Premium throughout the month. Forza Italia, we love you! 🧡” (sic) Also Read - Tom Hanks-Coronavirus Health Update: Actor Says he And Rita Wilson Are in Isolation, Positive About Recovery

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Further, the Italian customers don’t need to give out their credit information to avail the services on the site. The news got immensely appreciated by Twitter users who made various tweets thanking Pornhub and encouraging its innovative move to ask people to stay inside amid coronavirus pandemic.

One user wrote, “PornHub is such a nice company. They donate to charities, give away scholarships, run campaigns to help the environment and spread awareness about saving bees! Now, they’re allowing everyone who lives in Italy to access Pornhub Premium for free. PornHub is honestly amazing” (sic). Another wrote, “how are we living in a dimension where pornhub dot com is taking more action to fight coronavirus than the president of the united states…” (sic)

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WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic on Wednesday. This also means that the world has to fight this deadly disease collectively and not in its individual aspect. While India is encouraging people from across the world to practice Indian traditional way of greeting others by doing namaste, companies are allowing their employees to work from home. Let’s all be in it together!