Together At Home’, a concert to combat the coronavirus

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“One World: Together At Home” it is an event organized by the platform Global Citizen in support of the World Health organization (WHO), to be held the April 18 with the purpose to honor the doctors and nurses from all over the world who are leading the efforts to combat the pandemic coronavirus.

“While we celebrate the heroic efforts of the workers of community health, One World: Together At Home is intended to serve as a source of inspiration and encouragement in the global fight to end the COVID-19”said Hugh Evansco-founder and CEO of Global Citizen.

“Through the music, the entertainment and the impact, this team will celebrate those who risk their own health in order to safeguard the others”.

In addition to boosting a combined action to support the Fund’s Response to the Solidarity COVID-19 of the WHOthe transmission will highlight the inspiring stories of health workers, as well as messages of gratitude from those people that they beat coronavirus thanks to your noble work.

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The singer Lady Gaga, who unveiled the news of this charity concert last Monday during the press conference virtual WHOstressed that“we are very grateful to all the health professionals across the country and around the world, who are in the front line to fight against the COVID-19. They put their lives in danger to help the world and it is something that we are all grateful for”.

But in addition to Gagathe ‘One World: Together At Home’ will have a poster of first level formed by some of the most important artists of the world as Alanis Morissette, Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, Chris Martin, David Beckham, Eddie Vedder, Elton John, Idris, and Sabrina Elba, J Balvin, John Legend, Keith Urban, Kerry Washington, Lang Lang, Lizzo, Maluma, Paul McCartney, Priyanka Chopra Jonasy Stevie Wonder.

The Background Response of Solidarity has already made a big impact around the world. The latest data provided the WHO indicate who sent personal protective equipment (PPE) to 68 countries, including more than 700 thousand surgical masks, 51 thousand masks N95, 727 thousand gloves, 85 thousand robes, almost 14 thousand glasses, and more than 20 thousand face shields.

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It has also sent 1.5 million diagnostic kits to 120 countries, and has established courses on-line multilingual who have reached 176 thousand professionals until now.

But the tireless work of the WHO needs financing, and it is expected that, with this concert, the amount needed to support the response to global health to be in the tens of billions.

“The Un system is fully mobilized: supports the responses of the countries, it puts our supply chains at the disposal of the world and called for a cease-fire global”said the Secretary-General of the UN, António Guterres.

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“We are proud to join forces with One World: Together At Home to help to suppress the transmission of the virus, minimize socio-economic impacts in the global community and work together now to advance the Overall Objectives for the future.”

“What’s best for the collective action is our joint response to the COVID-19: we’re in this together and we will overcome together”.

This special will be transmitted through various tv stations in the united States and Canada but also may be followed in some global platforms as Alibaba, Amazon Prime Video, Apple, Facebook, iHeartRadio, Instagram, Tencen, Tencent Music Entertainment Group, TIDAL, TuneIn, Twitch, Twitter, Verizon Media, Yahooand YouTube.

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By: Drafting Vanities with information on Global Citizen