With the cases rapidly increasing in the country and the healthcare fraternity trying its level best, people are relying more and more on COVID-19 vaccines. Now that the vaccines will be available from May 1st for people above 18 years, actor Kareena Kapoor Khan took to her Instagram stories and was seen promoting the use of vaccines via proper online registration amid a surge in Coronavirus cases in Mumbai. Sharing the same, Bebo requested people who are 18 years above to take COVID-19 vaccines, plus, reminding them that online 'registration is mandatory.'
Just recently, Katrina Kaif was seen sharing a few lists of centres where they are providing vaccines. The list also mentioned what kind of vaccines are available in the hospital or at government centres. She backed the important message with, “#VACCINATIONUPDATE @my_bmc Mumbai check this list to see where what vaccines are available. list for 26th April 2021” likewise Alia Bhatt was seen sharing the list of helpline numbers in Mumbai which are verified ones after she returned from her vacation in the Maldives. She said, "#mumbai Important numbers, please save the relevant ones and do share this with people in need. #CircleOfHope *These numbers were verified on 25th April 2021.”
Meanwhile, with the number of cases crossing the limit of three lakh in a day, other Bollywood stars like Sonam Kapoor, Sonu Sood, Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra, Sidharth Malhotra, Sushmita Sen and more are also using their social media might to highlight and amplify Covid resources, requests making contributions.
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