Hats off to all nurses and doctors around the world: Waqar Younis

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Sydney: Former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis has hailed the admirable efforts of paramedic staff that are working day and night during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The national bowling team coach took to Twitter and requested people to support doctors and nurses during the ongoing war.

“It is great to see that everyone is coming out and supporting each other during this difficult time,” he said. ” But more than that it is important to appreciate doctors, nurses, medical officers who are at the front during this war,” he added.

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“These times are just like war and these paramedic staffs are just like sepoys fighting on the front line, they don’t know what to do and they go further and beyond in their services,” he maintained.

The Burewala express thinks that it’s high time to back these individuals.” It is important to appreciate them, keep them motivated so that they push forward. Hopefully one day this virus will end from the whole world. I urge you all to keep spreading this message and keep doing this stuff.

It must be noted that the former pace bowler is currently in isolation in Sydney, Australia.

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