Watch: Akshay Kumar expresses gratitude towards those protecting the city against Coronavirus, urges people to say 'dil se thank you'

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The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi along with other State Governments called for a total shutdown all across the country to curb the impact of the deadly Coronavirus. Now, sixteen days after lockdown, the cases of COVID-19 positive have shot up considerably. Owing to this, authorities working in Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), hospitals and other essential services are on their toes day in and out. A thankless job in itself, they can be easily called the superheroes of our country. While people have been expressing their gratitude for them, Akshay Kumar went a step forward and shared a special video urging his followers to thank them.

Akshay, on Instagram, today, asked the citizens of India to pour out their love for those working for us. The superstar narrated a hard-hitting statement his friend in the Police force told. He said people fear to step out of their home while the situation with the Police is the opposite. "There’s an army of people working day and night to keep us safe, our families safe. Lets together say #DilSeThankYou to them because that’s the least we can do," Akshay wrote while sharing the video.

 

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Talking about Coronavirus, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray, on March 14, announced that public places like theatres, malls, parks, beaches, gyms etc will remain shut until March 31 due to the alarming spread of the novel COVID-19. Considering the intensity of the virus, Prime Minister Modi called for a complete lockdown from March 25 to April 14. Amongst the states majorly affected by Coronavirus, Maharashtra leads from the front with Mumbai being home to maximum COVID-19 positive cases. Pune is the second affected in the state. 

(Source: Instagram) 

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