Celebrities unite to help the other heroes of the pandemic: agricultural workers


Gloria Estefan, Luis Fonsi, J Balvin, Becky G, and many more will be a concert by the countrymen

Celebrities unite to help the other heroes of the pandemic: agricultural workers

Temporary workers from Mexico pick strawberries in Oxnard.

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Over the last few weeks, several celebrities have encouraged their followers to follow the guidelines to prevent spread of coronavirus and in several cases have developed initiatives to help people who live day to day and can’t stay to do the quarantine in their homes and now it is the turn of the workers in the field.

Gloria and Emilio Estefan, Luis Fonsi, J Balvin and Ana Brenda Contreras were called by Eva Longoria to participate in an event whose goal is to raise funds to provide farmers of the united States the protection that is required so that none of them is susceptible to contracting the virus of the COVID-19.

The gala takes by name “Most High Live Festival” and, as has been reported, in addition to the aforementioned artists Becky G, Edward James Olmos, Jenny Yang, Nicky Jam, Juanes, Rosanna Arquette and Steve Aoki will perform their biggest hits right from the comfort of their homes and made their respective donations. The event will take place next may 5, and may be seen through Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Periscope and Twitch.

“Agricultural workers are considered to be a work force is essential during this health crisis; however, they have been systematically denied the rights and benefits essential in the midst of this devastating virus. From Puerto Rico to the strawberry fields of California, most High Live! is helping the united States to recognize that agricultural workers are also heroes of the pandemic while raising funds to satisfy some of their most urgent needs”, is expressed through a press release.