Celebrities “lend” their social networks during the pandemic


The initiative is called Pass the Mic, and is organized by the global movement One.

Various artists Hollywood decided to use their fame and power to make sure that the correct information about the pandemic coronavirus reaches out to the population without interference.

The initiative is called Pass the Mic (Pass the Microphone), and is organized by the global movement One, confundado by the irish singer Bono, to the fight against poverty and diseases.

It consists of the “loan” of their social networks by a group of celebrities, who give their profile for a day, to be used by experts or world leaders, in this case to speak of coronavirus.

One of the already “passed the mic” was actress Julia Roberts, the doctor, Anthony Fauci, director of the Institute of Infectious Diseases of the united States, which in recent months became one of the faces more known in the country

“The next few weeks, our celebrity friends lend their accounts in social networks every day in solidarity with the ‘true stars’, the experts of this global pandemic, giving them a voice to tell you how it is really the first line of this fight,” says One in their networks.

Under the premise that “none of us will be safe until all are safe”, the proposal aims to provide the population and the general public a series of talks that bring education about the virus to the people, and also calm and prevention tips.

In addition to Roberts, with a total of Penelope Cruz, Hugh Jackman, Robin Wright, Rita Wilson, Sarah Jessica Parker.

Also others such as Millie Bobbie Brown (Stranger Things) or Alan Cumming (The Good Wife), among others.

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