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Nick Jonas Joins Priyanka Chopra’s COVID-19 Relief Fundraiser, Says ‘Together For India’

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Priyanka Chopra Nick Jonas fundraiser: After Priyanka Chopra, now Nick Jonas supports the cause of donating to India in this challenging time when the country’s healthcare system has collapsed. Chopra and her husband, American singer Nick Jonas, have appeared in a new video, urging everyone to donate towards COVID-19 relief for India.

Chopra had previously announced that she has set up a fundraiser to help the country in time of need during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Jonas seconded the mission and said, “The magnitude is staggering. So much is needed right now to stop the spread of this dreaded disease.” The White Tiger actor continued, “Even as the medics learn more about the virus, the threat continues to loom.”

In the video shared on Instagram, Chopra was seen saying, “Over the past month we have seen the sudden rise and ravaging effects of Covid-19 as it has blazed in unrelenting parts across India.” Jonas has supported her fundraiser and is reaching out to masses to mobilise support to help the nation in need.

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On Thursday, the singer posted infographics with the message “India needs our Help! Together we can stop the spread” and carried out the reason for providing resources for the country as the healthcare system across India is at a “breaking point”.

Earlier, sharing a video on Instagram, Chopra had called India her “home” and highlighted that her country is currently “bleeding”. She had further added, “Why do we need to care? Why is it so urgent right now? I am sitting in London and hearing from my friends and family in India about how hospitals are at capacity, there are no rooms in ICUs, ambulances are too busy, oxygen supply is less, crematoriums having mass cremations because the volume of death is so much.” Read what Priyanka Chopra’s cousin Meera Chopra says about her.

The global icon also added that unless everyone is safe, no one is really safe. [Feature Image Credit: Hindustan Times]