Combo photo shows Greta Thunberg and Priyanka Chopra Jonas.
Indian actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas has joined hands with Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg to protect vulnerable children across the world from the coronavirus.
Priyanka Chopra took to social media to express her concern over the effect of coronavirus on vulnerable children.
She tweeted: "It's heartbreaking to see the effect of COVID-19 on vulnerable children across the world. They now have to cope with food shortages, strained healthcare systems, violence & lost education. We need to protect them.. the onus is on us."
"Join me in supporting this much needed campaign by @UNICEF and@GretaThunber
Donate here: https://uni.cf/join-greta," she tweeted.
Priyanka and her American pop singer husband Nick Jonas contributed to several charities to lend support to the ongoing battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Priyanka took to Twitter to announce that the couple has donated to organisations like the PM-CARES Fund, Unicef, Feeding America and Goonj among many others.
She also pledged to donate $100,000 to women doing their bit in the health crisis.
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Teen climate-change fighter Greta Thunberg aimed her activism at the coronavirus on Thursday, helping launch a campaign with the United Nations to help protect children from the pandemic with the purchase of soap, masks and gloves.
Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas will be donating 10,000 pairs of footwear to healthcare workers in India who are fighting against the pandemic COVID-19.
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg said Tuesday that it was "extremely likely" that she had contracted the new coronavirus, after experiencing several symptoms following a trip to central Europe.
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