In the wake of the countries bracing up with various awareness campaigns to curb the spread of Coronavirus, World Health Organization (WHO) which has been waging a war against the pandemic rolled up the sleeves to group all the celebs and leaders under a single campaign. But this time, the body choose social media which has been playing a crucial role in spreading the news as the main platform.
There are simple things we each must do to protect ourselves from #COVID19, including ? washing with ? & ? or alcohol-based rub.
WHO is launching the #SafeHands Challenge to promote the power of clean ? to fight #coronavirus.
Join the challenge & share your ? washing video! pic.twitter.com/l7MDw1mwDl
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) March 13, 2020
Emerging into one of the biggest social media influencers, WHO in a month’s time has been educating people, disseminating information and is also trying to lighten up the panic through their social media handles. As a part of which, WHO has launched the ‘Safe Hands Challenge’ to inform about the importance of cleaning hands(one of the main precautionary measure to curb the spread of viral infection). The body also shared a video promoting the importance of washing hands unveiling #SafeHandsChallenge.
I accept your challenge @Pvsindhu1 @HimaDas8
We all can definitely stop the spread of #COVID2019 , I now challenge @smritiirani ji, @manikabatra_TT @AdnanSamiLive to make sure everyone washes hands properly. #SafeHandsChallenge @WHO https://t.co/BrOzcaYzMG pic.twitter.com/ehRLZwWUzJ
— Kiren Rijiju (@KirenRijiju) March 17, 2020
While WHO challenged a few Hollywood stars and global leaders to take up the task, it’s catching up in India as well with the likes of badminton star PV Sindhu and Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju joining in. Badminton star PV Sindhu who recently took up the challenge further tagged India cricket team captain Virat Kohli and Tennis star Sania Mirza to join the #SafeHandsChallenge. Stars like Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra have been invited by the WHO chief to be a part of this challenge that is doing rounds on twitter.
Thank you Ms @KatherineHadda for the challenge. Definitely we all can help slow the spread of #COVID2019
I now challenge @KirenRijiju @imVkohli @MirzaSania Make sure everyone wash yours hands properly #SafeHandsChallenge @WHO pic.twitter.com/Fztd6CzGU9
— Pvsindhu (@Pvsindhu1) March 17, 2020