Updated: March 16, 2020 3:11:37 pm
The 32-year-old batsman posted a video message on his official Twitter deal with.
“Last few weeks have been tough for all of us and the world has come to a standstill which is very sad to see,” mentioned Rohit.
“The only way we can come to normalcy is by all of us coming together. We can do this by being a little smart, a little proactive, knowing our surroundings and as and when we get any symptoms inform your nearest medical authorities.”
The coronavirus outbreak, which originated in Wuhan, China, has claimed over 6,000 lives and has contaminated near 160,000 folks world over.
Various state governments within the nation have ordered closures of colleges, malls, cinema halls in a bid to keep away from gatherings while additionally asking folks to follow social distancing.
“It’s because we all want our kids to go to school, we want to go to the malls and we all want to watch movies in the theatres,” Rohit mentioned.
The 32-year-old additionally recommended the efforts of docs and the medical professionals who’ve risked their lives to deal with these contaminated.
“I appreciate the efforts of all the doctors and the medical staff across the world who have put their lives on risk while taking care of the people who have tested positive with coronavirus.”
“Last, but not the least, my heart goes out for people who have lost their lives and their families. Take care, be safe,” he added.
On Saturday, India skipper Virat Kohli had known as on folks to “stay safe and vigilant” amid the continued coronavirus outbreak.
“Let’s stay strong and fight the #COVID19 outbreak by taking all precautionary measures. Stay safe, be vigilant and most importantly remember, prevention is better than cure. Please take care everyone,” he tweeted.
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