DJ David Guetta tells fans ahead of Louvre concert: ‘get the vaccine’

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French DJ David Guetta mentioned he hoped all people would get vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19, shortly earlier than recording a charity live performance exterior the Louvre Museum in Paris that will likely be streamed on New Year’s Eve.

Guetta, identified for his collaborations over almost twenty years with artists akin to Akon, J Balvin, Nicki Minaj and Kelly Rowland, is elevating cash for UNICEF and French charity Les Restos du Coeur, which supplies meals and meals to individuals in want.

“I’m going to do the vaccine, and I hope people are going to do it too because I don’t see any other way to go out of this situation,” Guetta instructed Reuters ahead of recording the gig.

France, with 2,57 million instances and greater than 64,000 useless, is one of the hardest-hit international locations in Europe and in the world by the pandemic.

DJ David Guetta mentioned he hoped for an finish to the pandemic in 2021 and one huge, mad get together. (Photo:
Reuters/Charles Platieu)

But the French are amongst the most sceptical about vaccines in the world, with opinion polls displaying lower than half the inhabitants intends to get a COVID shot.

France launched its COVID-19 vaccine roll-out on Sunday, together with different European Union nations.

Guetta mentioned he hoped for an finish to the pandemic in 2021 and one huge, mad get together.

“I want to tell them (my fans) that we are about to witness the craziest party year of our lifetime because the minute it’s going to be open, you know, it’s going to be amazing”, he mentioned.

The Paris gig is an element of the ‘United at Home’ charity initiative the DJ launched earlier this 12 months.

Guetta has already carried out two charity live shows in 2020, elevating 1.5 million {dollars}.

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