Priyanka Chopra`s Husband Nick Jonas urges to help India,fans thank ‘jiju’
After Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas Urges People To Come Forward in Support of India amid the COVID-19 crisis;fans thank ‘Jiju’
Priyanka Chopra is using her social media to help India amid the COVID-19 crisis. Now, Nick Jonas is also urging his fans to help in whatever way they can, check out his post
India is facing the second wave of COVID-19, and the rising number of COVID-19 cases across the country has put pressure on medical resources. Social media is flooded with SOS calls for patients needing hospital beds and COVID medicines. Amid all this, Priyanka Chopra is using her social media to help India amid the COVID-19 crisis. She was urging the international community to come out to support her country, and to provide assistance in any way possible. Now, her husband Nick Jonas is also urging people to come forward and help.
Nick Jonas took to his social media to share the message that India needs help, urging them to support in some way. He also wrote that he loves India. India needs our help. Please give what you can. I love you India #togetherforindia @priyankachopra @give_india, ”he wrote. Lots of people on social media have been urging celebrities to inflate the request for help, and as Nick Jonas highlighted this through his social media post, netizens thanked him for it.
While one social media user wrote, “Thank you very much… India also loves you,” another wrote, “Thank you Jiju.”
Earlier, Priyanka Chopra shared a video on Instagram to announce her fundraising campaign to help India during the COVID-19 crisis. She said in the video, “Why do we need attention? Why is it so urgent now? I’m sitting in London and listening to my friends and family in India about hospital capacity, there are no ICU rooms, ambulances are very busy, oxygen supply is less, crematoriums are less. Which includes mass cremations because the scale of death is very large. India is my home and India is bleeding. “
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