"Stay at home", the campaign to which personalities from Tucumán joined

Different figures from culture, sports and the media joined the campaign, organized by the Government of Tucumán, to ask people to comply with social isolation.

Among the testimonies, they highlight the request to go out to make specific purchases, show solidarity with health workers, respect social distancing and biosecurity measures such as the use of a chinstrap and hand washing.

Such is the footballer Luis Miguel “Pulga” Rodríguez, who said: “I wanted to ask all the people of Tucumán to take care of themselves and to try to leave only if necessary. Let’s collaborate with the health people who are working hard and who are caring for all the people of Tucumán ”.

Tete Coustarot, journalist, dedicated these words: “Dear Tucumán to whom I learned to love and admire you through the program that I do. Let’s put the life of each one and the family on a balance. On the other side of the scale, social distance, wearing the chinstrap and avoiding encounters. I believe that the balance will be on the side of life, so we respect everything that asks us ”.

Singer Gladys “La Bomba Tucumana” He was able to give his testimony and wanted to ask everyone: “Let’s take care of ourselves. Please, let us be in solidarity and help the health personnel of our province that is collapsed, the way is by staying at home so that they can continue working with the people who already need that air, that oxygen. I speak to you from the pain of having lost a sister to this pandemic. I hug you all and let us support the health system of our province. Let us be in solidarity with others ”.

Christian erbes (footballer), said: “I send a lot of strength to everyone. Those who have to go to work do so with the greatest care. It is necessary to make an effort more to pass the pandemic ”.

Elisa Colombo (researcher), said: “Thanks to the health system, doctors, nurses. Thank you with a capital letter. Knowing that this grace is not enough if we do not accompany with our actions. They do their thing as much as they can, we can help them by staying at home ”.

Also the singer Ulysses Good He sent a message: “I ask the people of Tucuman to take care of themselves, keep their distance. A lot of strength to get ahead ”.

Noralía Villafañe (singer) assured: “Through this video I want to send my infinite thanks to all health personnel, to the workers who must go out yes or yes, expose themselves to this pandemic. God is on our side. This will happen. We have to be aware of taking care of our family and friends and do everything possible to hold out a little longer so that soon we can hug each other ”.

Emmanuel Lucenti (judoka): “I invite you to make one last effort to try to take care of this virus that is attacking us from all sides, so that the number of infections is reduced and so that we do not suffer worse consequences in the future. Try to abide by the rules, the guidelines that the government and the presidency thought for us. Try to do it in the most conscious way possible ”.

Journalist Sergio González instó: “Stay home, I went out for the essential, for the essential only, young people are dying. Let us collaborate with health personnel who have been exhausted working since March of last year, when this pandemic began here in our country with the first cases. Pay attention to the recommendations provided by the COE, we ask you because we all come out of this “.

For its part, Javier Toledo (footballer), said: “I want to tell you and recommend, from my humble opinion, that we all stay at home and take care of ourselves. Let’s do our bit by helping people who work throughout the health system ”.

They also participated: Adolfo Nicolaus, Carlos Pérez Acevedo (musician), Cecilia Paliza (singer), Celia nahra (journalist), Emmanuel Lucenti (judoka), Guido Ferreyra (journalist), Guido Guerrero (actor), Italo Barrionuevo (architect), Luis Diarte (soccer player), Mariana Pacífico (journalist), Mariana soler (journalist), Marianna Kazakova (violinist), Marite Gramajo (journalist), Nicolas Ferreira (adapted swimmer), Nicolas Loreto (journalist), Renzo Spuches (journalist), Veronica Gomez (journalist).

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