Armeena Khan Yells At People For Not Wearing A Mask As COVID Cases Surge
Armeena Khan Is Not Taking The Second Wave Lightly
The Coronavirus pandemic has made life extremely difficult for everyone. It's not just a case of physical health anymore as your mental health can also get greatly affected due to the ongoing pandemic and its repercussions. With the second wave now looming at large worldwide, and cases surging particularly in Pakistan, people are getting more and more paranoid of those around them. One such person is Armeena Khan and she has a justifiable reason as well.
As hospitals start filling up with COVID patients once again and news of a second wave gaining momentum, Armeena Khan is taking no prisoners and is teaching everyone around her to be vigilant and responsible.
As so happens, Armeena found herself in a precarious position and she got out of it by telling off the people around her. The Sherdil actress said she had to "literally yell" at people who got into an elevator with her without observing the health guidelines for coronavirus.
Armeena took to social media and went on a rant regarding this issue. She said she left the elevator after five persons entered it without wearing masks.
The actress tweeted:
"I left the space myself, told them off (much to my surprise), and took the stairs instead. Such people can end up killing others if asymptomatic. #ridiculous."
Okay, I literally had to yell at these guys (5 of them) who tried getting into the elevator with me without masks. I left the space myself, told them off (much to my surprise) and took the stairs instead. Such people can end up killing others if asymptomatic. #ridiculous— Armeena ???? (@ArmeenaRK) October 30, 2020
The Bin Roye actress received a flurry of messages with people asking her to stay safe during these challenging and uncertain times.
Amid the rising number of infections in the country, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health Dr. Faisal Sultan confirmed on Tuesday that Pakistan is witnessing a second wave of the novel coronavirus.
Masks have been recommended as a simple barrier to help curb the spread of the virus.
Pakistan has reported twenty deaths by the coronavirus and 1,078 persons have been tested positive in the last 24 hours.
In light of the current situation, it is everyone's responsibility to take care of themselves and those around them by following the SOPs put in place for their own safety and well-being.
Kudos to Armeena Khan for fighting a lone battle.