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US News Love Island star Montana Brown signs up to volunteer for the NHS

17:21  26 march  2020
17:21  26 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

Love Island star Montana Brown signs up to volunteer for the NHS

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Moment former Love Island star Montana Brown urges fans on Instagram to sign up to volunteer for the NHS to help out during the coronavirus battle. The model also said that she has signed up to help too.

Samira joins fellow Love Islander Montana Brown and 170,000 people, who have signed up as NHS volunteers in just 15 hours since the At the end of last year, Samira and her Love Island co- stars tried to pursue a singing career as they joined forces to form a band for the X Factor: Celebrity.

a woman holding a sign posing for the camera: Former Love Island contestant Montana Brown has revealed that she's signed up to be a volunteer for the NHS amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. © Gareth Cattermole - Getty Images Former Love Island contestant Montana Brown has revealed that she's signed up to be a volunteer for the NHS amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Love Island's Montana Brown is one of hundreds of thousands of people who have signed up to volunteer for the NHS, as the UK government continues to roll out measures aimed to protect those who are vulnerable from coronavirus (COVID-19).

The former Islander revealed that she had joined the voluntary scheme on Instagram, and the reality star is now waiting for the "call up" after registering for the service.

In a post shared to Instagram Stories, Montana told fans that she volunteered to "drop off people's medicine and to also transport machines from hospital to hospital". "But I haven't got the call up yet," she added.

Love Island star Montana Brown signs up to volunteer for the NHS

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SHE made her name on Love Island , and now Montana Brown is heading back out - sort of. The reality star is taking part in the next series of Bear However, Montana has already been told by producers she must gain weight ahead of filming to prepare for the gruelling conditions with little food.

The website for NHS Volunteer Responders says it has been 'set up to support the NHS during the COVID-19 outbreak'. Members of the public can sign up to help as a 'community response volunteer ', which involves 'collecting shopping, medication or other essential supplies for someone

a woman holding a sign posing for the camera: Montana Brown, Brit Awards 2020 © Gareth Cattermole - Getty Images Montana Brown, Brit Awards 2020

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Worried that she might not be able to help, the Love Island favourite wondered if she'd "either not passed the DBS check yet or something's gone wrong".

Writing on her story, she joked that she would even perform a dance routine on people's doorsteps to cheer them up. "Obviously within distance," she reassured followers.

The NHS volunteer scheme, which was launched earlier this week, is open to anyone who is over 18, fit and well, and with no symptoms of COVID-19. Volunteers may be asked to deliver medicine, drive patients to and from appointments, or even check in and chat with those who are staying at home.

Selfless Sikh volunteers set up a free food home delivery service for people self-isolating during coronavirus crisis

  Selfless Sikh volunteers set up a free food home delivery service for people self-isolating during coronavirus crisis The volunteers announced that they would be delivering free food to self-isolated people in Melbourne's south-east for the next two weeks.   One of the charity's founders, Jaswinder Singh, said they were expecting 300 orders for their first round of deliveries tonight.The non-profit organisation was founded in in 2017 and has a team of 103 members who work regular jobs alongside their volunteering. 'We provide free food normally for suburbs in the area twice a week. Last time we extended our regular service for the bushfires and we're doing it again now for the virus,' Mr Singh explained.

Love Island . Headlines. The star became a father for the third time at the end of February, meaning his son Muhammad's first weeks have been marred by the ongoing Amir joins a legion of stars in helping out with the situation, as Montana Brown signed up to the NHS ' volunteering programme.

The Love Island 2019 contestants! We love each and every one of them! That would then be up to the girl and what they wanted to do. Being on a billboard on Oxford Street for G Star last year. I was on Sports Direct. And I know Montana Brown from series three. I also dated Charlie Frederick for a time.

For more information, visit goodsamapp.org/NHS.

The information in this story is accurate as of the publication date. While we are attempting to keep our content as up-to-date as possible, the situation surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to develop rapidly, so it's possible that some information and recommendations may have changed since publishing. For any concerns and latest advice, visit the World Health Organisation. If you're in the UK, the National Health Service can also provide useful information and support, while US users can contact the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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