“We need to act unanimously in our fight against this pandemic,” says Dr. Tara Shweta Arya, Rubaru Mrs. India 2019, while requesting people to restrict their movement amid the novel Coronavirus outbreak. The Bihar-based medical practitioner and professor also extended her gratitude to the forces involved in tackling this disease that has claimed several lives across the world.
While speaking about this the international beauty queen mentioned, “We all know that the difficult times have gripped the entire world. We all need to understand the sensitivity of the situation and act accordingly. We need to act unanimously in our fight against this pandemic. Social distancing, movement restriction and being quarantine are few of the many measures that would surely help us lowering the pace of spread of this pandemic. Sooner or later, we will surely win the battle against this COVID -19. Strong immunity and maintaining good hygiene would also help us in long run. Zinc and Vitamin C are two of the major components that help in boosting immunity. Apart from this eat healthy and maintain social distancing. A strong immunity does not guarantee that you are safe and risk free. You can still act a carrier of this virus. Precautions are required to be taken every time you step out of your house. Along with that please also help the less fortunate. There is no harm in extending help and support to others in difficult times. Please take care of your family and educate others why social distancing and movement restriction are required. Using these two tools we can break the chain of this pandemic.”
Dr. Arya also extended her gratitude to the people involved in the fight against COVID – 19. She mentioned, “We must be thankful to all the individuals from sectors who are constantly working so that even in such difficult times, things can be made easier for us. Let us appreciate their efforts and support them in their act of impeccable generosity.”
Dr. Arya is one of the very first international beauty pageant titleholders from Bihar. She is regarded as one of the most influential and eloquent beauty pageant winners the nation has ever produced. She is also a social activist and philanthropist.