Anne Curtis left some reminders for her followers to further prevent the spread of COVID-19.
On Instagram today, March 19, the actress shared a three-minute video speaking in behalf of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) where she currently serves as an ambassador. Anne shared reminded everyone of precautionary measures against the Coronavirus — regularly washing of your hands, proper sneezing and coughing etiquette, and seeking medical help if you are experiencing symptoms.
Anne also addressed the implemented Enhanced Community Quarantine in the country, saying that it’s "best to follow the protocol of staying at home, while also keeping in mind that it comes quite a privilege for others."
"I do understand that this is a privilege for others, especially for those who can work from home, stay at home, who have enough food to provide for their families. But if you can -- only if you can -- please do try to stay at home, to avoid exposure to COVID-19," she said.
The Multimedia Star also reiterated how the “Think before you click” campaign should be highly practiced, especially now that fake news is causing so much panic on social media. She also encouraged those who have the means to donate to lend a hand to those who are in need.
Anne also extended her gratitude to all the frontliners of this crisis.
Anne recently gave birth to daughter Dahlia, her first with husband Erwan Heussaff, last March 2.
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