Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and her husband Anand Ahuja.
Celebrities all around the world are doing their bit to spread awareness on staying safe and being home.
Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and her husband Anand Ahuja have chosen to self-quarantine in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, on returning from London.
The couple is currently on quarantine at their home in Delhi.
A video has gone viral on the Internet where Sonam is seen interacting with her mother-in-law Priya Ahuja from her first floor window.
Mrs Ahuja stands outside her home across the street, and both maintain safe distance.
Sonam, who has just returned from London, has lauded the government's efforts to handle the coronavirus outbreak.
She recently tweeted suggestions for net buffs, which reads: "Hygiene is the best way to avoid the Coronavirus. Washing hands thoroughly, avoid touching your face and stay away from crowded areas. a healthy lifestyle ( good sleep, food and excercise ) is important. Also have supplements that boost immunity ( vit c and d , zinc)."
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