Always wear a mask and be sure: Dhvaj Haria

The popular Ahmedabad tale joined The Times of India's Mask India campaign to urge people to wear homemade masks or a clean bandana so that surgical masks and other medical masks, which are currently in short supply in India, can be provided to Health workers. Speaking of their involvement, Dhvaj says: “As we know, several doctors, nurses and other health care personnel are on the front lines fighting this global pandemic. And we should support them to keep surgical masks and N95 masks in reserve for them. So instead of buying them in bulk for yourself, wear a cloth mask or clean tissue every time you go out. Stay home, stay safe, and help fight the coronavirus. ”