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Shahid Afridi stands beside people in coronavirus pandemic


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In the wake of coronavirus pandemic throughout the globe, former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi urged his countrymen to take preventive measures for the restricting the spread of coronavirus pandemic. To aid the general people during this crisis, Shahid Afridi Foundation has jumped into charitable works of providing personal sanitization materials and foods who are staying at home.

In his official Twitter handle, Shahid Afridi said, “It is our duty to help the poor and poor people. I am also starting to start an important information about the information of these information. Shahid Afridi foundation gives information and information in people with different ways and has also put these hands on them.”

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“We have put in different patients in which these signs have been shown. In such situations, Shahid Afridi has also been able to help the people who are the workers of the country and have been affected by the people.
I request you to take care of yourself, be safe in your homes,” he further said.

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Pakistan on Friday reported its third death from coronavirus as a 77-year-old coronavirus patient died in Sindh, confirmed Sindh health minister Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho. The number of coronavirus cases in the country has reached 451. The first two fatalities from the infection were reported in the northwestern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

The veteran all-rounder advised people to wash their hands frequently and to use sanitizers with alcohol content.

In a video message posted on Pakistan Cricket’s official Twitter handle, Afridi said, “Health is wealth. We have to take some preventive measures to defeat coronavirus. While sneezing, coughing, and before and after having food we have to wash our hands properly. It is very important to use alcoholic sanitizer to sanitise your hands. Use tissue paper while sneezing and coughing and put it in the dustbin. If you will stay safe the country will too.”

 

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