During this crucial phase, India has taken the biggest hit due to this pandemic and is suffering from the largest crisis when it comes to medical facilities. We have seen several Bollywood celebrities like Alia Bhatt, Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra and now Pearl V Puri who have taken initiatives to provide health care support information using their social media platforms. Pearl V Puri extends his support a couple of days back to give out the necessary information for COVID relief.
Pearl has been sharing information about hospitals, medications, availability of beds, oxygen, etc who are providing aid to the people of the country. Pearl has been sharing information about several different cities, he took to his Instagram to reveal contacts about NGOs who are working relentlessly for COVID relief. The names of NGOs, or people, hospitals with the availability of beds, oxygen, the ones in need for plasma from all across the nation. The actor penned a long Instagram post, speaking about all the above mentioned.
Check out his Instagram post below-
For the record Pearl V Puri, being an animal activist and working for social welfare, his NGO PVP (People with Planet) is indulged in feeding stray animals and providing necessary support to them. Pearl is often seen encouraging and enlightening people to extend their support for strays and feed them. ALSO READ: Naagin 4 Actor Pearl V Puri Has A Request On COVID-19 Vaccine Being Available For 18 Years And Above- EXCLUSIVE
The actor lost his father amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in November 2020, breaking the news of his father’s sudden death, a source of TOI said, “Pearl's father was hale and hearty. However, three days ago, he developed pneumonia as well as suffered a silent heart attack, and succumbed to it.” ALSO READ: Pearl V Puri On Losing Father To Heart Attack, ‘I Am Actually Living For My Mother Now’
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