Hugh Jackman shuts down his NYC cafe amid coronavirus lockdown, says ‘it’s the right thing to do’ – hollywood

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Hugh Jackman has temporarily closed his Café Laughing Man to prevent the risk of spreading the coronavirus.

Hollywood Update: 19. March 2020 14:09 TFI

Hugh Jackman arrives at the London O2 Arena (REUTERS) for the Brit Awards Ceremony.

Hollywood star Hugh Jackman has temporarily closed his Café Laughing Man to avoid the risk of spreading the coronavirus.

The 51-year-old actor thought it right to ensure the safety of staff and guests. We have decided to close the @laughingmancafé temporarily. We believe this is the best way to ensure the safety of our employees and the company, he wrote about Instagram.

We also think this is a good thing for the majority of the New York community. We want to be a place of healthy communication, not a potential threat to you. Jackman also urged his fans to take care of each other while the world fights the virus.

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This is a time when we reach new depths in our motto ALL BE FAVOURABLE and hope more than ever that it will lead mankind. Although it is painful for us not to serve you personally, we will look for other ways to serve you during this period. Let’s take the best care of each other. We wish the whole world health, peace, patience and love. #All happy, he wrote. #

 

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