Shah Rukh Khan-Gauri Khan’s office gets converted into quarantine facility
The 22-bed facility will be used for the treatment of COVID-19 patients
Earlier this month, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan had offered their four-storey office space in Mumbai as a quarantine facility for COVID-19 patients. In a video post on Friday, Gauri shared a glimpse of their office, which has been converted into a 22-bed quarantine space. The facility will be used in the coming days in the ongoing fight against the coronavirus.
‘#GauriKhanDesigns refurbished this office… A quarantine zone providing essentials and services to those in need. We must stand together and stand strong in this fight against #Covid19,” she wrote. The office was converted by SRK’s Meer Foundation under the guidance of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
#GauriKhanDesign‘s refurbished this office ...a quarantine zone providing essentials and services to those in need. We must stand together and stand strong in this fight against #Covid19. @meerfoundationofficial @iamsrk #Repost @meerfoundationofficial ・・・ Making space for each other. #MeerFoundation has effectively transformed the 4-storey private office building, offered by @gaurikhan and @iamsrk, into quarantine quarters under @my_bmc's guidance. In this fight, we stand together stronger than ever before.
Earlier, Shah Rukh Khan had announced several initiatives to assist during the coronavirus crisis. These included donations to PM-Cares and the Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. Furthermore, the actor pledged to contribute 50,000 PPE kits and provide meals to over 5,500 families in Mumbai.