Rasika Dugal: Every day is different. Something that is important today might not be tomorrow.
The Actor Rasika Dugal said that people close to her are doing fine, and so is she in the second wave of the Covid-119 in the country.
She elaborated, “But things can change so quickly. I am helping and doing my little bit in this situation – through donations or amplifying information or just being there for someone. I’m also trying to keep my mind busy. It’s a struggle every day. We’re all wondering how to help. The situation is changing daily, too. Something that is important today might not be important tomorrow. These are difficult times for everyone. One can only be grateful for what they have.”
The actors add to it that everyone should get vaccinated. She further says, “It is difficult to say teen din baad kya hoga. People didn’t expect Covid to return in such a huge way. They were hopeful that the vaccination would begin in a full-fledged manner and were looking forward to resume working.Things are getting better, the numbers have reduced, but who knows what next! We should all just hang in there.”
Source:- The Hindustan Times
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