Five cricket stars on Sunday raised the morale of the country, which is currently battling the terrible virus, urging everyone to stay alert and stay at home.
In an exclusive interview with India TV, a veteran of Indian cricket Mohamed Shami, called on his compatriots to unite in the fight against the fearsome virus and to follow the rules of quarantine.
“Everything slips out of our hands if we give up instead of stopping at the last minute. In the current situation, let’s unite and see what the people around us need. We often ignore simple things like this in such a crisis. Stay home There is nothing wrong with being positive for COVID-19. You must follow a 14-day quarantine and fight the virus. We must be vigilant and urge people to be tested. If someone in your family shows any symptom, get him quarantined away from the other members, “said the cricketer, who is expected to leave India for England in a few days due to the World Cup final and a series of five tests against England.
Avesh Khan, who was impressive with his set of 14 weekends in short IPL Season 2021 earlier this month speaks to the challenges of self-isolation.
“It’s challenging to be alone in a room for about a week. You have to be mentally strong when you keep thinking about being isolated within four walls,” said the bowling alley from Delhi Capitals.
Standing above him in the 17-box Purple Cap competition, Royal Challengers Bangalore Harshal Patel’s bowling alley, who is currently in the United States with his parents, said he had forgotten to be part of the competition.
“” I’m currently in the United States. There is no cricket here, but I enjoy playing in my yard here. An athlete always misses a race. I was quarantined for seven days after returning from IPL 2021. In the current situation, it is important to take precautions. “You don’t want to feel guilty if your parents get the virus because of you,” Harschal said.
Young cricket Shubman Gil, who will accompany Shami to England for the test races, will speak largely on the same lines, talking about the difficulties of quarantine rules.
“This is difficult for everyone. It is important to stay home for the safety of our family. People who have recovered from COVID-19 must also show up to donate plasma. As a country, we must remain united and help each other. in these difficult times, “Gil told India TV.
“The quarantine period is quite severe. You are locked in your room for 14 days. We cricketers often watch movies or train in the room to be busy. But quarantine is certainly difficult to comply with,” Jill of Bio -balloon. “