Robert De Niro and Danny DeVito add to the campaign ‘Stay at home’ to restrain the coronavirus

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“Stay at home” is already a slogan in world that sounds in different languages to raise awareness of the best way to contain the pandemic coronavirus is not out on the street. A campaign that has added three new faces to world-famous: Robert De Niro, Danny DeVito and Ben Stiller.

The three Hollywood stars have joined together to ask their followers not to take to the streets and have encouraged the population of New York to stay in their homes. The videos were posted through the Twitter account of the governor Andrew Cuomo.

“Hi, I’m Robert De Niro. All we need to stay at home. We need to stop the spread of this virus and we can only do together, not only to protect ourselves, but to others and to the people that you love. Please. I’m watching,” says the actor, 76-year-old staring at the camera.

“I’m Danny DeVito and I ask of the heart, the state of New York, to stay home. All over the world. We have this virus, this pandemic, and, you know, the young people can spread and pass it to the older people. And the next thing they know, is that I’m finished,” warned the interpreter of 75 years.

For his part, Ben Stiller put aside the tone of humor to target the younger population. “The young people think that this is the life of always. It is not. We really have to stay at home, it is the only way to stop the spread. If you’re not concerned for yourself, think of protect the elderly in your life, those you love, you are vulnerable. Stay at home, please”, he asked the actor a new yorker.

In addition, in the same message he encouraged the community to take advantage of the confinement to read books, watch movies or play a hobby, as he, who in your house is attempting to learn new skills to create forms in the trees with a chainsaw. In fact, at the end of the video we see him watching a tutorial with the heavy tool in your hand and the side of a piece of wood.

In a few hours, the videos of the three iconic actors have accumulated millions of visualizations in the social network of the bird.