Amitabh Bachchan voices concerns over worsening COVID-19 crisis

Web Desk|June 10, 2021
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Amitabh Bachchan voices concerns over worsening COVID-19 crisis

India has been on the worse hit countries’ list after the second wave of coronavirus pandemic created havoc in the countries. With thousands of people died fighting the virus due to lack of medical facilities, the state government the imposed strict countrywide lockdown to curb the spread of the virus.

Recently, the legendary Indian star Amitabh Bachchan has taken to his social media handle and issued a dire notice to fans regarding the worsening covid-19 crisis.

Taking to Twitter, the Piku actor issued the warning in his statement that read, “Even though conditions on CoviD, in some locations may be seeing a decline .. PLEASE DO NOT be lax .. keep the protocol .. Wash hands, wear masks, keep the distance, control travel to the very essentials, and follow the time limits .. and get VACCINATED.”

While Big B has requested his fans and followers to keep on following the SOPs, he has also confirmed that he is resuming work very soon amid a pandemic-stricken India.

In his latest blog, the Pink superstar said that he will be back at his film shoots after the Maharashtra government said the entertainment industry can begin shoot with time limit of 5 pm in a bio bubble.

"Maharashtra and Delhi seem to be in better shape... the digits show a graph that slopes down and the release of the orders to relax some of the stringent measures has taken shape..." the 78-year-old wrote.

"So some quick scheduling is taking place and in all probability its donning make up within a few days, and off to the studio," Bachchan added.

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