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Shahrukh Khan shares a video promoting social distancing and requesting to remain calm during pandemic

The number of people infected with this virus in India increased to 258 on Saturday after 35 new cases of Coronavirus were reported in different parts of the country.  Of these 258 people, 39 are foreign nationals.  These foreig…



The number of people infected with this virus in India increased to 258 on Saturday after 35 new cases of Coronavirus were reported in different parts of the country.  Of these 258 people, 39 are foreign nationals.  These foreign nationals include 17 from Italy, three from Philippine, two from UK and one each from Canada, Indonesia and Singapore.  This figure also includes the total number of deaths of four people recorded in Delhi, Karnataka, Punjab and Maharashtra.  Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan (Shah Rukh Khan) of Bollywood has posted a video and has given special advice to avoid coronavirus.

Shah Rukh Khan has shared this video on Instagram.  He said in this video: "Coronavirus has taken its bad shape around the world. If we and you are one in this difficult time, then this problem can be stopped. It will have to defeat the virus, turn it around.  . All the hospitals are fully prepared. The team of doctors, regardless of their care, is engaged in the investigation at the airport. They are doing their duty. We have to support them by taking precaution. Coronavirus no.  The instructions given in Bandha will have to be followed. Do not go to any crowded place in the coming 15 days. It is better that everyone stay in their homes. "

This video of Shah Rukh Khan is becoming very viral.  Earlier, Shah Rukh Khan tweeted welcoming PM Modi's appeal of 'Janta Curfew': It is very important to reduce social interaction.  Self Quarantine.  The idea of ​​Janata curfew on Sunday is a means to this end and we should continue this concept on a personal level as much as we can.  To prevent the spread of virus, we need to do 'slow down time'.  All be safe and sound. "

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