Kate Garraway among stars urging people to stay at home and protect the NHS
Kate Garraway is among celebrities urging the nation to stay home during the third lockdown and protect the NHS.
The famous faces tell the nation to stay at home so the country can finally beat Covid-19 in a new video.
Coronavirus vaccines are being rolled out to millions across the nation and the new video sees celebrities spread the lockdown message to ensure people follow government guidelines.
At the start of the video, Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway says: "Please stay safe, and stay at home if you can."
Graham Norton urges the same important message and to "protect the NHS".
Angelica Bell then says: "We are nearly there, so please do stay at home if you can so we can be together soon."
Gregg Wallace adds: "If we all work at this together, it'll all be over quicker".
Myleene Klass also tells viewers watching the video to "stay at home" as she shares the message with her son Apollo on her hip.
Dr Ranj Singh also urges viewers to follow the rules as he reiterates: "Follow the rules and stay at home if you can."
"We're all in this together, so please, please stay at home," Shane Richie adds.
Gemma Collins states: "Stay home, save lives, protect our NHS."
Frank Bruno adds: "Please stay at home and stay safe", while Joey Essex and Jordan North also repeat the important message.
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Shirley Ballas says: "We are all in this together, so please, please stay at home."
Harry Redknapp and then Paul McKenna then also urge fans to stay at home.
"If you can stay at home, please stay at home," Chris Evans states.
The poignant video finishes with Jessie Lingard saying: "We're nearly there, stay at home so we can be together soon."
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