The official and verified Twitter page of CNN Heroes has uploaded a new video of Bon Jovi frontman Jon Bon Jovi and shared his important announcement about the coronavirus epidemic.

CNN Heroes is a television program created in 2007 by CNN to honor individuals who have made an extraordinary contribution to humanitarian aid and make a difference in their communities.

In the video, Jon started his words by thanking people, who are cared for everyone’s health by following the rules of social distancing, amid the coronavirus pandemic. In addition, he said that they will overcome these crazy times together.

Here’s what Jon Bon Jovi stated:

“Thank you to the doctors and the nurses, the ambulance drivers, the caregivers, the teachers, the parents, the students who have been patient, the service providers, the grocery store clerks, the truck drivers, policemen, firemen, moms, and dads. To all of you who have practised social distancing. You have participated. We appreciated that.

That’s what’s going to get us through this. We’re all in this together. Let’s remember that. When we come through the other side. Maybe we’ll make this world a better place. So, make this day a great day. And I hope to see you again.”

The page of CNN Heroes captioned:

“When the pandemic hit, Jon Bon Jovi jumped in washing dishes at his JBJ Soul Foundation. He raised money writing the song ‘Do What You Can’ with fans. Jon Bon Jovi wanted us to share this message thanking others stepping up during the crisis.”

Watch the Twitter video below.