Patti LaBelle recently checked up on her fans and followers through a video posted on Instagram, where she also thanked frontline workers for fighting the pandemic.
Amid this time of global fear and pandemic, the public is required to stay home in a bid to curb the spread of the COVID-19.
However, not everyone can be protected in their own homes as some jobs are most-relied upon for survival. Patti LaBelle recently took to Instagram to share her gratefulness to these frontline workers.
Patti LaBelle attends Billboard Women In Music 2018 on December 6, 2018 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images
A MESSAGE FROM LABELLE
LaBelle posted a heartfelt video on her social media, which started by checking in on her fans and followers and hoping they were safe and well.
The singer then proceeded to thank those who are out at work to provide the public with basic needs, including grocery staff, medical workers, truck drivers, and cops, among many others.
Patti LaBelle attends the Zang Toi fashion show during New York Fashion Week: The Shows at Gallery 3, Skylight Clarkson Sq on September 13, 2017 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images
LaBelle spoke the truth that frontline workers deserve applause from the entire world for putting their lives at risk to help keep everyone else alive.
She also reminded everyone to “stay away from each other” as social distancing and self-quarantine should be observed at this difficult time.
Several fans of the singer commented words of praise on the video, mostly emphasizing her great looks and youthful appearance. “You look amazing,” one said.
LaBelle previously appeared as a Flower character on “The Masked Singer,” as guessed by three judges on the game show.
Screenshot of comments on Instagram. | Source: Instagram/MsPattiLaBelle
In the previous weeks, the royal attended several engagements, making it difficult to detect where the virus came from.
The COVID-19 is a deadly virus that has spread to nearly 200 countries around the globe, taking away thousands of lives.
America was recently hit by the virus that rapidly contaminated several citizens, stopped businesses, and put hospitals nearly in full capacity.
The country is currently taking the lead with over 100,000 confirmed cases, New York City being the hardest hit.
Hard action was undertaken by the government, signing a $2 trillion spending package into law to fight the deadly disease.
Because it is easily transmitted, those who have contracted the virus must stay isolated in the hospital, without the care of their family members, who are restricted from entering the premises.
TARGETING PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE
No one is exempt from being a target of the deadly virus, not even celebrities, politicians, nor royalty. Recently, Prince Charles of the UK tested positive for the virus.
Although he displayed to have the symptoms, Charles remained well. In the previous weeks, the royal attended several engagements, making it difficult to detect where the virus came from.
Similarly, Prince Albert of Monaco had the same positive result for the COVID-19 test and had a meeting with Charles over a week before testing positive.
The two royals med on March 10, 2020, in London, where the Duke of Cornwall gave a speech. The diagnosis of the two royals goes to show that anyone is a possible candidate for COVID-19.
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