Former South African skipper AB de Villiers has urged people around the world to stick together and play their part in the battle with the coronavirus.
The 36-year-old took to Instagram on Friday afternoon to raise his personal concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Tough times! Stay safe everyone. Please stay at home, wash your hands regularly and look after each other. I’ve always been a believer of trying to see the glass half full, no matter how difficult it can be sometimes, it’s good for your mind and it can make all the difference. Stay strong people.
“We all have been affected by this virus, I’m personally worried and stressed out on the feeling of uncertainty as to where this thing is heading,” renowned batsman said.
“I feel this it’s a great time to stick together, try and play your part in helping the world beat this virus,” he added.
De Villiers himself is trying to stay fit in his gym as it keeps the mind fresh. “It’s a great time to reflect on your self, your family and personally for me with your creator. All the best people and stay safe,” he concluded.
It must be noted that cricketers around the world are trying to aware people to take precautionary measures and help the needy ones. Some of them are engaging with their fans via healthy activities and challenges.