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Rohit Sharma Makes a Handsome Contribution of 80 Lakhs To Fight COVID-19

Rohit Sharma Makes a Handsome Contribution of 80 Lakhs To Fight COVID-19

Rohit Sharma

The world needs the kindness and goodness of every single individual at this point. Various celebrities, organisations, and industrialists are coming together to battle Coronavirus. Amidst these, there are sportsmen who are doing their bit. Recently, Indian Cricket team batsman, Rohit Sharma, did his part to fight the virus.

Rohit Sharma makes a contribution that will help India get back on track

According to the news, Rohit Sharma made a contribution of INR 80 lakhs. This contribution will definitely be of huge assistance to the fund against Coronavirus. Considering India’s population and the rate at which the virus is spreading, it is essential that these contributions keep flowing in. Rohit Sharma’s donation will definitely help the country get back on its feet.

A number of Rohit Sharma’s fan take time twitter to express their gratitude and admiration for the batsman

However, Rohit Sharma isn’t only making donations for the country but also following Government policies. He is ensuring that all of his family members and him stay within their households. To make things better, he is seen playing cricket with his daughter at home.

On the other hand, veteran players such as Irfan Pathan and Yusuf Pathan are doing their bit as well. They made a donation of 4,000 masks for the people who need them but cannot afford them.

Read More: Irfan Pathan and Yusuf Pathan Donate 4,000 Masks to Fight the COVID-19 Threat

Social distancing is the way to curb the virus

At this point, everyone is trying to make sure that they follow every step of the quarantine period. The only way the spread of COVID-19 can be curbed is by ensuring there is no physical contact between two people. While India is under a lockdown till 14th April, countries such as Australia are under lockdown for six months.

Cricket events such as IPL 2020, India Vs Australia series, and the T20 World Cup are facing the consequences. Each of these events are either getting cancelled or rescheduled for the upcoming years.

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