The spread of novel corona virus made its impact globally and force all events to halt. The deadly virus mark its path all over the world. In order to control the spread many government imposed total lock down.
Earlier Indian government announced it’s first lock down till April 15, as the positive case keeps it’s number in hike Indian government extent the lock down to May 3rd. Many celebrities and sports players urge peoples to stay inside and maintain social distancing.
In that list Indian cricket head coach Ravi Shastri makes his statement regarding social distancing. He termed the virus ‘mother of all World Cups’ and asked people to combat this disease.
“As I would know, sports teach you life lessons that can be applied to just about anything you want to pursue for the rest of your life. Today the COVID-19 has put us in a situation where we got our backs to the wall. To combat this coronavirus is like chasing a World Cup where you give your everything in trying to win it. What’s staring you at the face is no ordinary World Cup. This is the mother of all World Cups where not just eleven are playing but 1.4 billion are in the playing arena and competing. Guys, we can win this. For that, we have to observe the basics. You have got your Prime Minister leading from the front ahead of the curve like other countries have farmed out,” Shastri said.
— Ravi Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc) April 15, 2020
“You have to obey the orders that come from the top: be its centre, state or the frontline workers who are risking their lives. Two orders that stand out: staying home and maintaining social distancing. It is not easy but to win the game you got to go through the pain to break the chain and see the gain. Come on, guys! let’s do it together. Let us get out there in a bruit force of 1.4 billion and beat this corona and get your hands on the World Cup of humanity. Let’s do it,” he added.
The deadly corona virus globally infect over 20,00,000 and took more than 1,25,000 lives. The corona virus spreads rapidly with an recovery count of more than 4,90,000.