Miley Cyrus will dedicate the next week of her Instagram show “Bright Minded” to the brave people who are battling the COVID-19 epidemic.
To keep busy during the coronavirus epidemic, celebrities like Cyrus have been working on their own content from the safety of their own homes.
The 27-year-old has an Instagram show called “Highlighting Heroes,” which she created in March. The show highlights those “who are working persistently and courageously to serve others during this important time.”
Cyrus kicked off the premiere episode on Monday with special guests Dr Oscar Maitas, an ICU Doctor on the COVID-19 Unit in New Orleans, and Dr. Syra Madad, a pioneer in the field of public health.
Dr. Maitas, a New Orleans native who volunteered to serve on one of the hospital’s few COVID-19 floors, met with the celebrity to discuss the impact of the virus on the city’s unique culture.
As one doctor put it, “this is a city that thrives on the service industry, on the nightlife, on the music industry, on street vendors, on people that are just out there serving the tourists, and all of a sudden we have this shocking situation that seems to have paralysed a little bit of that beautiful culture.”
Dr. Maitas continued by describing the measures taken by his institution to improve critical care and reduce the risk of infection to medical staff. At the end of our talk, he emphasised the value of social isolation and staying in on weekends to help smooth out the kinks.
Cyrus then asked Dr. Madad, senior director for New York City’s health and hospitals’ specific pathogens programmes, about raising three young children while still working in the front lines of this pandemic.
Dr. Madad added, “For me, right now, it’s one of the most gruelling periods of my life, but it’s also one of the moments where I am extremely happy of everything that is going on behind the scenes with healthcare personnel and, you know, the incredible struggle they are doing in eradicating COVID-19.”
They went on to stress the significance of everyone taking care of their health and being aware of their surroundings at the present time in order to prevent the onset of diseases that could classify them as high-risk.
Dr. Madad told Cyrus, “We’re all in it together, and everyone one of us has a part in this pandemic. This is something where we all need to come together as one, not as one government, but as one community.”
All this week, Cyrus will be airing her “Highlighting Heroes” programme, and viewers may suggest heroes they think should be included by using the hashtag #HighlightingHeroes on social media.
Bright Minded, featuring Cyrus, can be seen on Miley’s Instagram every day at 11:30 am PT.
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