World Cup Still Some Time Away: Rohit Sharma Urges People to Stay Indoors Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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World Cup Still Some Time Away: Rohit Sharma Urges People to Stay Indoors Amid Coronavirus Pandemic 

World Cup Still Some Time Away: Rohit Sharma Urges People to Stay Indoors Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Rohit Sharma (Image Credit: Google)

Some Indians celebrated with the firecrackers on Sunday (April 5) night to come out to support the commitments of sanitation warriors, health care professionals and others. While many haven’t liked this celebration, the Indian limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma reminded the over celebrators that they still had to maintain the rules.

The entire world is battling against the novel COVID-19 or coronavirus. More than 1,200,000 people have been already affected in this virus, including the death reports of more than 69,000. In India, more than 100 people have died amid the coronavirus outbreak. Besides, the coronavirus cases have been reported more than 4,000. All the critical numbers are rising with time progress as many countries are struggling to control the situation.

In this situation, many countries are going through the complete lockdown process to break the chain of this virus. India is also going through the 21-day complete lockdown process, which will end on April 14. While many people in India are inside the home at the present moment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had appealed to everyone to light up the candles, diyas etc. after blacking out their home lights at 9 PM for nine minutes on Sunday. He came out with this appeal to show up the unity against the coronavirus as well as supporting the commitments of sanitation warriors, health care professionals and others.

Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Image Credit: Twitter)

The entire country responded to it very well as around 32 gigawatts (GW) electricity demands were fallen in those nine minutes. While many on April 5 came out in their balconies to light up the diyas, candles, some also celebrated with firecrackers.

World Cup is still some time away: Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma (Image Credit: Getty Images)

Rohit Sharma reminded them that it was still not the right time to go out on the streets. As India has the vogue to celebrate any kind of success by using firecrackers, especially the success of Indian national cricket team, Rohit reminded them that the World Cup is still away to begin.

Rohit Sharma, India
Rohit Sharma (Image Credit: Google)

Rohit wrote on his Twitter account, “Stay indoors India, don’t go out on the streets celebrating. World Cup is still some time away.”

Australia will host the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2020 from October 18 to November 15 2020. Though the coronavirus is affecting the world, many still believe that the tournament will be organised successfully in the scheduled time.

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