COVID-19 concerns: Larry David urges 'idiots' to socialize to 'sit on the couch and watch TV'

American comedian Larry david In a video message on Wednesday, he addressed those who continued to socialize in public and urged them to stay home during the coronavirus crisis.

From David public service announcement The video was shared by the official Twitter user of the Office of the Governor of California Gavin Newsom in an attempt to highlight the importance of social distancing.

The 72-year-old star started the video by saying: Basically I want to talk to the idiots ... you know who you are ... you are going out ... I don't know what you are doing ... you are socializing too close, not good. .. You are hurting older people like me, well, not like me ... I have nothing to do with you ... I will never see you

In the one-minute, 30-second video, the creator of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' sitting in an armchair, emphasized that people are letting go of a fantastic opportunity: a once in a lifetime opportunity ... to stay at home. sit on the couch and watch tv

So, stay home ... and ... you know, don't see anyone, except maybe if there's a plumbing emergency, let the plumber in and then, you know, clean everything up after he leaves, but that that's it. He concluded.

Many big names from the entertainment industry have been using social media platforms at its best in raising awareness about the importance of social-distancing during these trying times.

According to the World Health Organization, COVID-19 has affected more than seven lakh people worldwide.