Sachin Tendulkar joins WHO's Safe Hands marketing campaign to forestall corona virus

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has additionally joined the World Health Organization (WHO) Safe Hands Challenge marketing campaign, launched to guard towards the lethal corona virus and unfold consciousness towards it. The God of Cricket, by means of social media, suggested individuals to clean their arms to keep away from the virus.

Sachin has shared a video on his Twitter account. <! –

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                 In this video, Sachin is seen washing his arms and likewise advising his followers to clean their arms.

Accepting the Safe Hands Challenge, he wrote on Twitter, 'We are all involved about Coronavirus (Kovid-19). One easy factor we are able to do to cease this virus from spreading is to maintain our arms clear. It is obligatory to clean arms with cleaning soap for 20 seconds. Always wash your arms nicely. '

Apart from Sachin, Hima Das, MC Mary Kom, Sania Mirza and Indian girls's hockey workforce captain Rani Rampal, Indian girls's badminton participant PV Sindhu have additionally accepted the problem. Sindhu has shared a video on Twitter, through which she is seen washing her arms with cleaning soap for about 30 seconds.

So excess of 7000 individuals have died on the planet because of the coronavirus epidemic. So far 126 circumstances have been confirmed in India and three individuals have misplaced their lives.

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