Tom Hanks: “Shame on you” if you don’t wear a mask

Actor Tom Hanks and his wife, actress / singer Rita Wilson were the first two celebrities announced they were infected with the virus and, according to People, Hanks now calls on people to disguise themselves.
The magazine reports that Hanks spoke about face wraps during a press conference for his film “The Greyhound,” which debuts July 10 on Apple TV +.

“We can really do three things to get to tomorrow: Wear a mask, social distance, wash your hands,” he was quoted as saying. “These things are so simple, so simple, if no one can find them in the practice of these three basic things – I just think you would be ashamed.”

Hanks and Wilson were diagnosed – and quarantined – while in Australia in March.

There he did some pre-production about the Luhrmann Base film Elvis Presley in which Hanks plays the singer’s manager, Colonel Tom Parker.

Wilson had scheduled performances in the country in support of his album.

The couple recovered and returned home to the federal states they donate their plasma in hopes of helping others.

Now Hanks is urging people to “do their part” to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

“It’s very basic,” he said in a statement for the film he wrote about, as well as the stars. “If you drive a car, don’t go too fast, use a pointer and avoid hitting pedestrians. My lord, that’s common sense.”

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