Chet Hanks Slams People Hoarding Up On Toilet People For Coronavirus
Now that his parents are out of the hospital and have reduced themselves to self-isolation, Chet Hanks can focus on other issues. The guy’s parents, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson announced their sickness to coronavirus a week ago. The couple started feeling sick with fever and chest tightness. After going through the test, results confirmed that they had COVID-19 disease after which they admitted themselves to a hospital. Now, recent updates are that Hanks and Wilson are feeling better and so after getting discharged from a Queensland hospital, they will work for full recovery through self-isolation. Their son Chet is trying to get people to calm down and stop hoarding on toilet papers.
Chet Hanks Calls For A Calm Down And For People To Act Selflessly
After Chet Hanks’ parents were discharged from hospital, he was ready to drop some truth bombs on the public. Taking to Instagram, the guy posted a video about an update. He began by talking about parents, that they are feeling much better but still in quarantine. He sent love and prayers out to his fans and anyone else suffering from coronavirus. He urged others to take care of one another in these critical times.
Chet Hanks then turned towards the topic of people panic buying and hoarding on toilet papers. He explained to the fans that panicking is not necessary and people need to calm down. Because going to grocery stores and seeing that people are hoarding on toilet papers when they shouldn’t is not good. He asked his viewers to act selflessly rather than selfishly in these difficult times. He told that by only through care will we all be able to fight off the virus.
“You should think more about others for once.”
You can watch Chet Hanks’ complete Instagram message below:
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