Jennifer Aniston posts graphic photo of friend with COVID-19 on fan

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She uses her fame and her social media platform to encourage people to wear masks during the coronavirus pandemic.

And on Sunday, Jennifer Aniston warned of the dangers of COVID-19 by posting a photo of a friend hooked up to a ventilator in the hospital.

“This is our friend Kevin. Perfectly healthy, not an underlying health problem. Here’s Covid. It’s real, ”she wrote next to the graphic photo.

“It’s our friend Kevin”: Jennifer Aniston warned on Sunday of the dangers of COVID-19 by posting a graphic photo of a friend suffering from a coronavirus linked to a ventilator in the hospital

This is the latest in a series of messages Aniston and his former co-star and real-life best friend Courteney Cox have shared to try and get the word out about the potentially deadly virus.

Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti again warned on Sunday that the city was on the verge of a second home stay order due to the growing number of confirmed COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.

In her lengthy post, Aniston said, “We can’t be so naive to think we can get past this… if we want it to end, and we do, right? The only step we can take is to SVP #wearadamnmask. ”

`` It's real '': the latest in a series of posts that Aniston and his former co-star and best friend from real life Courteney Cox shared to try to persuade people to wear masks

“It’s Real”: This is the last in a series of messages that Aniston and his former co-star and best friend in real life Courteney Cox shared to try to persuade people to wear masks

The 51-year-old actress continued, “Think of those who have already suffered from this horrible virus. Do it for your family. And above all yourself. Covid affects all ages.

She concluded: ‘PS this photo was taken in early April. Thank goodness he’s almost recovered now. Thank you all for your prayers. ‘

Aniston concluded its publication on Instagram with a snapshot of the two star friends wearing matching masks.

On Saturday, Cox, 56, had shared a video of her and Aniston snuggling up with her two dogs and the four wearing masks.

'Scary': In May, Cox revealed in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres that friends staying at her Malibu mansion had contracted the coronavirus.  'One was completely asymptomatic and the other it shot him down,' she explained.

“Scary”: In May, Cox revealed in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres that friends staying at her Malibu mansion had contracted the coronavirus. “One was completely asymptomatic and the other shot him down,” she said.

Instagram PSA: Saturday, Cox, 56, had shared a video of herself and Aniston huddled with her two dogs and the four wearing masks

PSA Instagram: Saturday, Cox, 56, shared a video of her and Aniston huddled with her two dogs and the four wearing masks

Last May, Cox revealed in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres that friends who stayed with her in her Malibu mansion had contracted the coronavirus.

“One was completely asymptomatic and the other, it knocked him down,” she told the daytime chat show host.

“He had symptoms, three days after he was in the hospital on a ventilator, his kidneys closed… he’s a very young athletic man… and her husband was completely asymptomatic. “

“It was really scary,” she told Ellen.

Lawyer: On June 30, Aniston used her fame and social media platform to explain the importance of wearing a face mask as cases of COVID-19 surge across the United States

Lawyer: On June 30, Aniston used his fame and his social media platform to explain the importance of wearing a face mask as COVID-19 outbreaks across the United States

Out There For Each Other: Aniston and Cox have been close friends since they starred together on NBC's sitcom Friends, which aired from 1994 to 2004.

There for each other: Aniston and Cox have remained close friends since they starred together on the hit NBC sitcom Friends which ran from 1994 to 2004.

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