'Coronavirus has the ego of not entering your houses' - Virender Sehwag spreads awareness on the pandemic in a hilarious way

‘Coronavirus has the ego of not entering your houses’ – Virender Sehwag spreads awareness on the pandemic in a hilarious way

Virender Sehwag, the former World Cup winner came live on his Instagram and interacted with the fans amid the 21-day lockdown.

Virender Sehwag
Virender Sehwag. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown in-country to combat the killer virus, who has taken several lives across the country. The government has taken such a step to protect people from COVID-19. But, some people are still coming and roaming in the streets. And, now, Virender Sehwag has come out requesting them to stay back in their home to be on a safer side and spend time with family.

COVID-19 outbreak has made things bad to worse. Every day, many people are losing lives just due to the novel virus. Nothing looks on track as the sporting activities have also come down to a standstill. The sports enthusiasts have nothing to watch whereas sportspersons are spending majority of their time in communicating with their fans on social media.

Virender Sehwag requests everyone to stay indoors

Recently, Virender Sehwag, the former World Cup winner came live on his Instagram and interacted with the fans. In the video, he said that there is no need to step outside under such critical conditions. This is the first time that all including private and public sectors have been asked to work from home.

Everybody is getting a salary from their companies, so people can spend a happy time with their family. The only request is not to step outside the houses. He took a hilarious jibe on the virus and added that COVID-19 is quite egoistic. So, it will not enter the homes of any individual.

“My friends keep on telling me on the phone that people are still coming out on roads unnecessarily. I don’t understand what is the need of doing such things. For the first time, it has happened that both the private and public sectors have asked to stay home and work or not work.,” said Sehwag as quoted by India Today.

“You are getting your salaries, you can spend time with your family, enjoy that time and please don’t step out of your houses. Coronavirus has this ego of not entering your houses. It’s just a matter of 15 to 20 days,” Sehwag added.