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Tulisa offers ‘personal assistant’ services to neighbours amid COVID-19 pandemic

Tulisa seems to have found a new career path during the current coronavirus global pandemic.

The former X Factor judge said on Instagram that she had offered her neighbourly support to those who may be less mobile or self-isolating.

Tulisa, 31, shared a lengthy statement to her 553,000 followers alongside a letter posted to two of her neighbours, adding she is "trying to do my bit right now".

She captioned her letter: "Trying to do my bit right now as I'm sure we all are. I thought this may be a good way to help so I posted this to two of my elderly neighbours tonight.

"Hopefully it might inspire more of us to do the same. If you know anyone that lives near you that's vulnerable you could maybe do the same, not just in terms of their essential needs but a phone call or text too so they don't feel so isolated if they live alone.

"This goes for anyone that lives by themselves not just the elderly or vulnerable, mental health is so important during this time also. Please bear in mind….. Make sure you have no symptoms yourself or have been at possible risk of contracting."

She added: "Wash your hands thoroughly before shopping for others and wear gloves and masks if you can to be extra safe.

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"Don't touch your face, body or anything you don’t need to while doing the shopping & dropping it off outside their door.

"Get them to transfer you the money preferably or leave it outside the door once they have the receipt for you to pick up."

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Shockingly, Tulisa replied: "Well if the world can practically experience an apocalypse in 2020… less shocking things are possible…"

A second added: "Heart of pure gold."

While a third follower went on to say: "We need more people like you in this world."

It's believed that 422 people have died in the UK from COVID-19, with Boris Johnson placing the country on lockdown – restricting movement.

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