New Jersey natives Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and Jon Stewart have teamed up for an excellent trigger of their residence state.
Drivers passing via the Backyard State will discover the well-known entertainers on new billboards urging for residents to put on masks amid the coronavirus pandemic because the variety of instances proceed to rise.
On Wednesday, simply in the future previous to the Thanksgiving vacation, New Jersey noticed an extra four,073 COVID-19 instances and 50 deaths, NJ.com reported.
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Every billboard reads, “Put on a friggin’ masks!” The big signage is a joint creation by the New Jersey Pandemic Aid Fund and the New Jersey Division of Well being, the outlet mentioned.
The three celebrities joined forces over the weekend to take part within the photograph shoot, which reveals them standing ft aside whereas donning masks.
Springsteen shared a photograph of the billboard on his Twitter account.
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“Teamed up with some fellow New Jerseyans to encourage everybody this vacation season to put on a friggen’ masks. Let’s all come collectively and #MaskUpNJ so we will get again to what we do greatest — singing alongside and dancing collectively,” the rocker wrote.
The three stars additionally participated in a televised charity particular titled “Jersey for Jersey” in April.
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The state’s Pandemic Aid Fund was spearheaded by Gov. Phil Murphy and his spouse, Tammy Murphy.
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The outlet notes that 30 billboards that includes the three celebrities are actually up across the state.