- Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi has jumped on social media to encourage social distancing
- She, like many others, is stuck in her apartment and cannot leave
- In an attempt to calm nerves and create strength, Zozi asked people to share their quarantine and social distancing experiences with her
Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi, like many other celebrities all over the globe, is practising social distancing to help put an end to this pandemic.
The coronavirus had sent the entire globe into a state of panic and fear, and it is up to us as the human race to stop it.
Briefly.co.za came across Zozi’s motivational post on social media where she promoted a digital socialising initiative.
Our beautiful Miss Universe understands how hard it is on everyone to not see their loved ones, bt she understands how necessary it is.
There is no way the coronavirus curve will flatten if we do not all step in and make it. We need to practice social distancing and take quarantine and hygiene very seriously.
Zozi is currently stuck in her New York apartment – no family, friends, no anyone. So, when she says she understands what people are going through, believe her.
Taking to social media, Zozi once again emphasised the great importance of taking the coronavirus measures seriously. She then encouraged peeps to socialise via social media.
Zozi says it is important to remain social and keep connections in this time of fear and panic. Connecting with people through digital platforms is a necessity, as keeping spirits up and sticking together is how we are going to beat this thing.
She then asked fans to connect with her by letting her know what they have been doing to keep themselves occupied.
In other news, International comedian, Trevor Noah has embraced social distancing and taken his work home, literally. He has started a new show called 'The Daily Social Distancing Show' on Youtube.
Most of the programme is filmed in his home in New York where he is self-isolating. His team from 'The Daily Show' have taken their work home with them as well and are all doing their part from their homes.
Trevor explained that the entire team would be working remotely and that they did not know when they would see each other again in the studio.
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