Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes and Reese Witherspoon urge fans to donate for India amid Covd-19 second wave

Camila Cabello, Sean Mendes and Reese Witherspoon have urged their fans and social media followers to help India raise funds amid an increase in COVID-19 cases during the second wave of the epidemic.

In an Instagram post on Sunday, the “Havana” singer said people around the world need to come together to help fight India’s health crisis. “India is facing a devastating second wave of COVID infections and needs resources and support to help save lives.”

“If you can, please raise $ 1M for @jayshetty and @radhidevlukia @give_india and match their generous sponsor @indiaspora! Every dollar will be doubled so we can do our best to make a difference, “She wrote.

Before Cabello, her beloved Canadian singer-songwriter Sean Mendes had urged her followers to donate to the same fund. “If you have ever been touched by the culture of India or the people of India, just donate or share or anything can help,” she wrote on Instagram on Friday.

Priyanka Chopra urged her followers to help combat India’s coronovirus. He shared a video on Instagram in which the caption wrote, “India, my home, is the world’s worst Kovid crisis, and we all need to help!” People are dying in record numbers. There is disease everywhere, and it only spreads and kills on speed and scale. “

Several celebrities shared the post and urged their followers to help India tackle the Kovid-19 epidemic. Reese Witherspoon wrote, “What is happening with COVID in India is an urgent situation.” Actor Orlando Bloom also shared some photos on Instagram and asked his fans to support the country. Orlando shared that it happens many times that we realize that we need to be global citizens and help each other.

On Sunday, Samantha Akkineni thanked her followers for their contribution in the fight against Kovid-19.

According to the Union Health Ministry, India recorded 3,92,488 new infections and 3,689 fatalities on Sunday, bringing the country’s COVID-19 tally to 1,95,57,457 and the death toll to 2,15,542.

With inputs from PTI

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