During the lockdown currently, Anushka Sharma has been spending quality time with her husband Virat Kohli and her parents at home. As the actress has been practising social distancing, Anushka has been trying her best to contribute to helping the officials to spread the #StayHome message. An animal lover that she is, amidst the lockdown, Anushka took to her social media to request fans to note timings allotted by Mumbai police to feed stray animals in order to avoid the fast-spreading of deadly Novel Coronavirus.
The Zero actress reposted a post made by Mumbai Police on her Instagram stories. The post shared by Mumbai Police read, “'Stray Out', but only from 5.30 AM to 7.30 AM. We appeal to animal lovers of Mumbai to feed their neighbourhood stray animals and birds only between the allotted time slots for better management of crowds.#PawsitivelyDelightful #PawsitiveUpdate #Essentials4All.” In the tweet, the Mumbai Police appeals to the animal lovers of Mumbai to feed their neighbouring animals and birds only between the time slot of 5.30 AM to 7.30 AM for better management.
Sharing the message from Mumbai Police, Anushka wrote, “Please note the timings and let’s abide by the same. In her post, Anushka Sharma requested all her fans viewing her stories on a daily basis to note the timings asking everyone to abide by the rules like responsible citizens. As Mumbai Police and the government have been battling the war against the virus, this measure has been taken to curb down the spread of the virus.
Meanwhile, as Anushka is at home, the actress has been constantly sharing updates from her life in quarantine with family. The Pari actress has been indulging in some delicacies made by her mom and herself and enjoying some game time playing monopoly as well. Also Read: Anushka Sharma Is Deeply Disturbed By News Reports Of COVID-19 Patients And Doctors Facing Discrimination
Image source: Instagram/ Anushka Sharma
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