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‘Only thing flying around the world like a tracer bullet is this bloody Corona’ – Ravi Shastri suggests everyone to stay indoors

Many prominent figures have come out on Twitter and have spread awareness amongst the citizens to be cautious in this stern situation.

Ravi Shastri. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

The outbreak of coronavirus has wreaked havoc over the whole world and every individual across the globe in grappling the adverse effects of the pandemic. The coronavirus debacle has claimed over 30000 lives so far and has infected more than 6.5 lakh people. The pandemic has taken a toll on all sporting events around the globe.

From IPL 2020 to the Tokyo Olympics, every major sporting event has either been postponed or cancelled in the wake of the pandemic. Furthermore, PM Narendra Modi has also announced a 21-day lockdown across the nation in order to battle against the increasing spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Meanwhile, many prominent figures have come out on Twitter and have spread awareness amongst the citizens to be cautious in this stern situation. Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer and many other members of Team India have urged people to stay indoors during this crisis period. Ravi Shastri, on Sunday, also took it on Twitter and suggested the nation to stay indoors in this crucial phase in his trademark style of commentating.

“Stay indoors people. Crucial phase this. The only thing flying around the world like a tracer bullet is this bloody Corona (COVID-19). Stay in before the bugger gets you,” Shastri wrote on his Twitter account.

India-South Africa ODIs were also called off in the wake of Coronavirus

The novel coronavirus outbreak had also resulted in the ODI series between India and South Africa getting cancelled. After the first ODI of the series was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain, the remaining two matches were called off in the wake of coronavirus outbreak. After the postponement of the series, Shastri has termed it as a ‘welcome rest’ for the players who are quite busy throughout the year.

“(This rest) cannot be a bad thing because, towards the end of the New Zealand tour, you could see some cracks coming up when it came to mental fatigue, physical fitness and injuries,” Shastri had said. “It has been tough but a welcome rest for players,” the coach had said as quoted by Hindustan Times.

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