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Kannada Actor Arjun Gowda Turns Ambulance Driver Amid Second Wave Of COVID-19

<p><strong>New Delhi: </strong>Amid the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, people are trying to help each other find medical and resources in these tough times. Celebrities have been sharing COVID related information on their social media to help reach a larger mass. Positive cases of coronavirus are increasing with each passing day and hospitals are running short of medical resources.</p>
<p>Seeing people suffer due to the lack of medical facilities, many celebrities are coming forward and helping people financially. Many celebrities have also been sharing COVID-19 related information on their social media.</p>
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<p>Well, Kannada actor Arjun Gowda went a step ahead and turned into an ambulance driver amid the second wave of COVID-19. He stepped out of his house to help the patients affected with coronavirus in Bengaluru. He shared the news from his unverified social media handle and revealed that he has undergone the necessary training to be one of the frontline warriors of COVID-19. He wrote, &ldquo;I have taken all necessary precautions and also necessary training .. am overwhelmed for your wishes, Thz means a lot to me;s my commitment and my honour to serve and work for the people of KARNATAKA..&rdquo;</p>
<p>Arjun Gowda also told Bangalore Times during an interaction that he has already helped half a dozen people for their final rites. The actor told, &ldquo;I’ve been on the road for a couple of days and I’ve already helped out around half a dozen people with assistance for final rites. We want to ensure that we help out anyone in need irrespective of where they come from or what religion they practice.&rdquo;</p>
<p>On a related note, John Abraham has also done his bit in helping people amid the second wave. <a href=" &lsquo;Ek Villain Returns&rsquo; actor handed over his social media to NGOs for helping people connect with the resources</a>.</p>
<p>Follow this space for more updates.</p>

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