In the end, Mel Brooks got the last word, telling his son through the door, with flawless comedic delivery, "Go home".
In the video, Mel can be seen through a glass door as Max addresses a camera outside.
People over 60 years old have been the worst-hit by the virus, according to World Health Organization data.
"But if I give it to him, he could give it to Paul Rhymer, he could give it to Dick Van Dyke, and before I know it, I've wiped out a whole generation of comedic legends", Max says earnestly in the video. Even if you're young and feel healthy, you might still have the coronavirus-look at Idris Elba, who revealed today that he was diagnosed with it, despite showing no symptoms. "And so should you".Читайте также: President Trump wins Republican presidential primary in Illinois, GOP nomination
All of which helps explain why Max and his father, comedy legend Mel Brooks, have collaborated on a PSA promoting social-distancing.
"And if you've got the option to stay home, just stay home".
"Do your part, don't be a spreader", Max adds as Mel taps on the glass once again and tells him to "Go home!" with a sweet smile. While this situation may not be as dire, the 50-second clip spells out the main reason for "social distancing", a practice Americans are being encouraged to implement into their daily lives.
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