He kept fans entertained, motivated and encouraged throughout the COVID-19 blockages on social media.
And Matthew McConaughey and his wife, Camila Alves, went further on Friday, taking to the streets to deliver 110,000 masks to those in need.
The 50-year-old went to social media to talk about his charity insider who saw them travel to rural Texas to deliver PPE to hospitals in need.
Doing it right: Matthew McConaughey and his wife Camila Alves drove into their van on Friday to deliver 110,000 face masks to rural hospitals in their hometown of Texas.
“Thanks to @lincoln for donating 110,000 masks – I and @camilamcconaughey hit the road to take them to rural needy hospitals across Texas,” he wrote.
Matthew took control of the wheel and wore a tank top and bandana on his head for the drive to rural areas.
Camila called a shotgun and wore a long sleeve top with a sky blue cap.
Helping as much as possible: Camila and Matthew recently delivered 80,000 masks to healthcare workers on another occasion
Encouraging the wearing of masks: Matthew continued to show his masks on social networks
Matthew and Camila were also taking protective measures by wearing a mask in the midst of the easy spread of the deadly virus.
The Dallas Buyers Club star continued to speak up about taking protective measures throughout the foreclosure across the country.
“Science is behind us right now and the mask is to let science catch up,” he told CNN earlier this month.
“It’s about helping people on the front lines, don’t let it happen in New York where there are two patients for each bed, we have to save time.” “
He continued: “A mask is a very good tool for this and I have not heard any science say that it is not, so I do not even know how there is a real argument regarding wearing a mask or not. “
Love: Matthew and Camila have been married since 2012 and share three children together (photo January 2019)
Shares his thoughts: Dallas Buyers Club star continued to speak up on protective measures throughout lockout across the country
Matthew also hosted an online bingo night for seniors and spoke at the virtual graduation celebration 2020 in the past few weeks.
The actor also sent a message to fans early on during the pandemic, reminding people that we will be out of trouble.
“Hey everyone, McConaughey here, I just want to say that in these crazy times we live with the coronavirus, let’s take care of ourselves and each other,” he said in a video in March.
“Let’s not go to the lowest common denominator and get paranoid. Let’s do our due diligence, take the precautions we need to take care of ourselves and those around us.
He continued, “So in this time when people are going to continue, the economy is going to be in shambles for who knows how long, there is a green light on the other side of this red light that we are right now . ‘
Encouraging words: “Let’s not go to the lowest common denominator and get paranoid. Let’s do our due diligence, take the precautions we need to take care of ourselves and those around us, ”he said on social media in March.
“I believe that the green light will be built on the values that we can enact right now. Values of equity, kindness, responsibility, resilience, respect, courage. “
“If we practice these things right now, when we get out of it, this virus this time could be the only time that brings us together and unifies us as if we haven’t been in a long time. “
The father of three ended his episode with: “So, yes, let’s see if we can make lemonade with this lemon that we live in the middle. Turn a red light into a green light and keep living.
In the United States alone, more than 1.66 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed. The country is now approaching 100,000 dead.
To keep people entertained: Matthew also hosted an online bingo night for seniors and spoke at the 2020 Virtual Graduation in the past few weeks.