No respect for those who can't wear masks, sanitise their hands and maintain social distance: Tom Hanks


Hollywood actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson tested positive for COVID-19 in the month of March. The couple was diagnosed with the novel Coronavirus in Australia where Tom was working on a film. While the couple is now doing fine, Tom, in a statement to media, told that he is unable to understand the reason behind people not wearing masks in the public. He also said that he has no respect for those who don't obey rules in the time of the pandemic.

"I don't get it, I simply do not get it, it is literally the least you can do. If anybody wants to build up an argument about doing the least they can do, I wouldn't trust them with a driver's licence. I mean, when you drive a car, you've got to obey speed limits, you've got to use your turn signals indicators, you've got to avoid hitting pedestrians. If you can't do those three things, you shouldn't be driving a car. If you can't wear a mask and wash your hands and social distance, I've got no respect for you, man. I don't buy your argument," Tom said.

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(Source: BBC)

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