The latest numbers linked to the global pandemic which continues to spread sit at 341,560 cases worldwide and a death toll that has now reached 14,748.
Hamilton has already used his vast social media reach to pass on official advice about hand washing, and his comments echo those made by the U.K.'s health secretary Matt Hancock, who described people who are ignoring government advice created to tackle the pandemic as "very selfish".
"I'm so sad to hear of the amount of deaths happening around the world", he said on social media. I know most of us are limited with the knowledge of why and how this has happened.
"There is nothing we can do about it either way except try to isolate ourselves, stop ourselves from catching it and spreading it", the 35-year-old continued.
The Briton, who has shown no symptoms so far, called those not following government guidelines to stay at home and avoid public gatherings "totally irresponsible and selfish".
Despite health authorities around the world urging people to keep their distance during the coronavirus crisis, there has been no shortage of reports and images of people flaunting the recommendations and putting themselves, and others, at risk.
I'm praying for my families safety each day but I'm also praying for you out there.
"I'm wishing those operating at the regional shops, deliverers, medical professionals as well as registered nurses that place their very own wellness in danger to aid others as well as maintain the nations running".
"Those are the heroes. Please stay safe people".
Over the weekend, Hamilton released another statement on his social media accounts insisting that he was fit and healthy and continuing to train in self-isolation, after he was pictured at event a few weeks with people who have since tested positive for COVID-19.
Azerbaijan joined Australia, Bahrain, Vietnam, China, Holland, Spain and Monaco in having to cancel a race due to the coronavirus outbreak.