Ashwin urges everyone to care each other from COVID-19

Indian right-arm off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin asked everyone to take care of each other during this threatening time of COVID-19 virus.

Ashwin says he does not have time for critics.

The entire world is fighting against coronavirus now. Day by day, the amount of infected people as well as deaths due to COVID-19 is increasing all around the world. Due to the virus threat, the whole world is unable to carry on with the day to day activities.

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The game between bat and ball is also affected due to COVID-19 as almost all the cricket tournaments are canceled and postponed due to the virus attack. Meanwhile, Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin urged people to protect each other during this hard time.

India could be a country where the disease can be very nasty. Because self-discipline in terms of what we give to the community is extremely low. I was reading an article that talked about an infected person in Maharashtra being humiliated by neighbors. We are fighting a common enemy that cannot be seen,” said Ashwin.

“There is an amount of panic that has set in, but so has ignorance. It is confusing. In a country like India, you have to bank on a little bit of luck for the virus to evade you,” Ashwin added.

The off-spinner further talked about staying at home during this hard time and shared how he is tackling now in this hard situation. The off-spinner was last seen during the Test series between India and New Zealand in New Zealand.

“We have to confine ourselves. Thankfully, I have a cycle and a small gym at home to be in my best shape… probably stick to a diet. The most important thing now is to look after oneself and be socially responsible towards others and the community. Everything else takes a backseat.”

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