As India continues to battle against the second wave of novel coronavirus, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has urged the countrymen to stay home in times of pandemic.
The Chennai-based franchise on Friday took to its official Twitter handle to post a video in which Jadeja can be seen asking his fans to “come together” in the fight against COVID-19.
“Please stay home and stay safe and keep your family safe. In these tough times, we have to come together and fight the battle against COVID-19,” the 32-year-old said in a clip.
The Indian stalwart also asked people to sanitize their hands on a regular basis and help each other in this crucial situation.
“Please wear a mask and sanitize your hands regularly. And please, help the people around you. Ask them, if they need any help. Because, sometimes, some people tend to hesitate while seeking any kind of help or support from anyone. Because only if we stand together in these tough times, we will be able to win the battle against this pandemic,” the Jamnagar-born player added.
Jadeja was in good touch with both bat and ball in the IPL 2021 before the tournament was suspended. He scored 131 runs from seven games at a brilliant average of 131 and a strike rate of more than 160.
The CSK star also picked up six wickets in the 14th edition of IPL at an economy rate of 6.70.