‘Please follow the lockdown rules’ – Sabbir Rahman requests everyone to stay inside amid Coronavirus outbreak
A total od 12 people have lost their lives due to Coronavirus in Bangladesh.
Updated - Apr 7, 2020 5:24 pm
Amid Coronavirus outbreak, government officials are busy in spreading awareness between the people about the adverse effects of the novel coronavirus that has taken several lives across the globe. COVID-19 has forced governments to announce lockdown in the country. So far in Bangladesh, 123 people are found infected with the novel virus. Also, 12 people have lost their lives due to the same.
Globally, more than 74,000 people have died due to the Coronavirus. There is no further update on the vaccination that can cure the people getting infected with the life-threatening virus. The situation looks uncontrollable at the moment and it is getting worse with each day passing.
‘We have to follow the government direction’: Sabbir Rahman
Meanwhile, Sabbir Rahman, the Bangladesh batsman took to his social media page. He looked hopeful that everyone in the country is fine. According to him, the conditions are quite bad at the moment. Hence, he has requested everyone to just stay inside their homes.
The 28-year-old also wants people to follow the directives given by the government on a daily bases. Everyone should follow all the rules and regulations in lockdown. It is the responsibility of each and every individual to stay healthy in order to keep their family healthy
“I hope you all are fine. Though it is not the right time to stay well. I have come towards you with a request and that is please stay at home and do not go out of the home. We have to follow the government direction at this moment and please follow the lockdown rules. It is important for you to be healthy so that your family may remain healthy as well. Overall the people of the country will be healthy as well,” Sabbir Rahman wrote on his Facebook page.
Sabbir Rahman has played a total of 11 Tests, 66 ODIs and 44 T20Is in which he has mustered 2760 runs across all the formats with the help of a ton and 14 half-centuries.