News Rohit Sharma amid COVID-19 fear

Rohit Sharma amid COVID-19 fear

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Indian opener hitter Rohit Sharma urged citizens on Sunday to stay home and not go out on the streets to celebrate as the 2020 T20 World Cup is still over.

Particularly in the wake of the novel corona virus, India is currently in a 21-day lock-up period announced by PM Modi, which ends on April 14. However, some people do not adhere to the guidelines and venture for no purpose.

Rohit’s humorous advice came to keep an eye on those who do not seriously respect health guidelines.

“Stay inside India, don’t go out on the streets and celebrate. The World Cup is still some time away,” Rohit tweeted.

India has so far reported 117 deaths due to the novel corona virus, which at least 4,288 were affected in the country, according to the Worldometer.

As the world continues to fight the coronavirus pandemic, family lakhs in India, including those from the sports community, responded to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call to turn off the electric lights and instead use diyas, candles and portable flashlights for 9 minutes at 9 p.m. to use a symbol of unity against the dreaded COVID-19.

The biennial event, which speaks about the ICC T20 World Championship, is scheduled to take place in seven locations across Australia between October 18 and November 15.

Related Slideshow: Outbreak of Corona Virus (COVID-19) Around the World (provided by Photo Services)

Despite the corona virus that led to the cancellation or postponement of all major sporting events, including the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to next year, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on March 17 that the 2020 T20 World Cup local organizing committee the situation closely with the responsible authorities and that it is planned that the event will take place on schedule.

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