The world is suffering not only with COVID-19 but also with the pandemic’s side effects. During this, Stranger Things’ Jim Hopper actor, David Harbour, is extending the best kind of help.
While celebrities have donated millions in help against COVID-19, David Harbour (Jim Hopper) is extending his help in a unique way. All celebrities have their own way and resources that they are bringing to the table to fight the world pandemic. In such a time of chaos and paranoia, David Harbour has found the one thing people are neglecting. And the actor has decided to tackle it singlehandedly.
- COVID-19 cases around the world have crossed the million mark.
- While there is a visible effect of the pandemic on people’s lives, there are major side effects too. People are locked up in their homes and this is affecting their mental health.
- David Harbour who plays the role of Jim Hopper in Stranger Things, has found a unique and necessary way to help his fans, followers, and fellow human beings.
The world is coming together to battle against the invisible enemy.
Here is how Stranger Things’ Jim Hopper, David Harbour, is helping to fight COVID-19
Many celebrities are coming forward to strengthen the fight against the ongoing world pandemic. Recently, Stranger Things’ David Harbour also joined the crusade. His contribution stands out and aims to bring smiles amidst the ongoing crisis.
David Harbour, aka Jim Hopper, has given out his phone number and asked fans to drop him texts about whatever they want to talk about. For announcing this, the actor shared a short video on Instagram as he extended a helping hand amidst the paranoia.
He said, “Text me (please not just ‘I love Stranger Things’ but with info about yourself. Where are you? What do you do? Instagram handle? How’s money and work in this time? How’s family? Anything else you feel like might be interesting for me to know about you during all this?)”.
David Harbour wants fans to have someone to talk to in these stressful times amidst COVID-19.
‘Not sure, but worth a try’
Furthermore, the Stranger Things actor continued, “Clearly, in the overwhelming nature of the numbers thing, I won’t get to reply to everyone, and I may not even see yours (apologies in advance if that happens) but I will try to compile some database of fans and friends to see if there are easy ways to connect and help each other in the future.”
The actor himself isn’t sure whether this exercise will work or not. But surely he has put the idea on the platter for any other celebrity who wants to chip in and share the burden.
Are you planning to drop a text to Stranger Things’ actor David Harbour? How are you coping up with the side effects of COVID-19?
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