Amid Coronavirus, England Batsman Lashes Out At People, For Going Out
The novel coronavirus outbreak has taken the world by storm. Social distancing has been advised in this crisis situation. As there is no vaccine yet, to withstand the pandemic, it is the only way out to keep it in control. And to some extent people are responding well to the lockdown in their respective countries.
But there seem to be a group of people who do not seem to bother. In a situation, where people should adhere to the regulations in a much more serious manner, there have been cases when they have made a sheer mockery of it.
James Vince calls out ‘selfish people’
England batsman James Vince was agitated by a group selfish people still on the roads. He could not hold on to his emotions and took to twitter to express about the same.
“Just seen the pictures of people out and about today as if everything is normal. What selfish people, surely by now they’ve realised this is serious. Well done to everyone who’s doing their bit and staying in,” James Vince tweeted.
In the UK, by far, over 41,000 people have been tested positive with COVID-19. Among these over 4000 people have lost their lives and in this situation taking precautionary measure is the need of the hour.
World Health Organisation on coronavirus pandemic
On March 13, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said that Europe was now the ‘epicentre’ of the disease.
The death toll due to the novel coronavirus in the UK has exceeded 4,313 with at least 708 new deaths in the last 24 hours, the largest one-day rise since the start of the outbreak as confirmed by the Department of Health and Social Care, according to the report.
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