Always wash your hand after touching anything: David Warner tells daughter about significance of hand hygiene
Cricketers and different sports activities stars are the usage of their social media handles to elevate attention about significance of wholesome hygiene and staying indoors amid this hard time of novel coronavirus outbreak.
As crickets occasions have been cancelled in the wake of hastily spreading lethal virus, cricketers are spending instances with their households in quarantine.
Australia opener David Warner, who is father to three lovely women posted an Instagram video on Monday and tried to do his bit on spreading consciousness about retaining correct hygiene.
In the video David Warner has recorded his daughter Indi, who is the use of a hand sanitisers.
"So why do we use this Indi," Warner asks her daughter, to which she replies, "For the virus."
Warner then instructs her to wash or sanitise her fingers each time she touches something.
The 33-year-old Warner additionally put a caption alongside the video.
"We are attempting our great to maintain instructing the women on the significance of hand hygiene. This ought to continually be section of each day routines, no remember what instances there are. #covid19 #staysafe #lookoutforeachother," he wrote.
David Warner has been renamed the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL and his manger has currently established that the pocket-sized dynamite would take part in IPL 2020 if the match goes on after matters settle down.
IPL 2020 was once postoponed from March 29 to April 15 due to the fact of the novel coronavirus outbreak and additionally due to the fact visa restrictions made it not possible for the overseas gamers to tour India.