Actors Julia Roberts, Hugh Jackman and Stranger Items star Millie Bobby Brown are between the celebs who will convert over their social media accounts to well being authorities to share points and promote a science-pushed technique to combating the COVID-19 pandemic.

Roberts, who won an Oscar in 2001 for Erin Brockovich, kicks off the task on Thursday by interviewing Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Health conditions.

The #PassTheMic initiative is structured by the world wide nonprofit ONE Marketing campaign which aims to spotlight “well being and economic experts … talking about a world wide reaction to the world wide COVID-19 pandemic.” The emphasis is on knowledge, science and points.

In accordance to A single, the stars will convert around their social media accounts for a single working day to frontline personnel, well being, economic and other authorities.

In the interview with Roberts on her particular social media account, Fauci claims the major problem to clear up is “the extraordinary well being disparities” involving countries.

“Appropriate now, if you just take southern Africa, sub-Saharan Africa, parts of Asia, South America and even sections of the Caribbean as areas that don’t have the health care technique to be ready to respond the way a single can answer in New York or L.A. or New Orleans or Chicago, we have really a moral duty for people all over the planet,” Fauci claimed.

A lot of of the participating celebs have a big social media footprint. Roberts, Jackman and Brown have a combined whole of about 71 million followers on Instagram alone.

Other celebs getting portion in the campaign include Penelope Cruz, David Oyelowo, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rainn Wilson and Shailene Woodley.