These are uncharted territories we are in these days with Coronavirus. Washing your hands has never been more important. Social distancing and self quarantining are becoming increasingly prevalent. There are some actors that are playing their part in spreading the awareness on these issues. Luckily, they have got a very positive attitude about it and are spreading some light!
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
the , in Moana is teaching his little girl the importance of washing her hands. (Anyone else think his daughter looks like Moana?) This really shows how much he loves Moana as well, because it is not the first time he has used Moana to help people. In this case, what a coincidence that the is based around the , which is , which is what you need for washing your hands!, also known as, The Rock, the known for playing
It is not only important to you is what makes a difference in killing germs. It has been common to sing the “ABC’s” or “Happy Birthday” while you are washing your hands to make sure you are washing your hands between twenty to thirty seconds each time. The Rock says you can also rap his portion of “You’re Welcome!” I think some people may end up washing their hands longer just trying to rap that!, but the thoroughness and length of time
Josh Gad, the who plays both LeFou from Beauty and the Beast and Olaf from the is helping you practice social distancing. He has such a great sense of humor which you can see by his below. He makes light under our less that optimal circumstances. To help pass the time, he is taking to everyday to do . (Posted on most his social media pages.) He has such a great narrative to these children’s . Head over to his profile daily for a new story time!
Ashley Tisdale, most known for her role in the is helping you get through self-quarantining! She took to one of the newer platforms, TikTok, to challenge us to learn the most iconic from the first vie, “We’re All in This Together.” It really does send a great message too because we are all in this together, worldwide, during this pandemic.movies as