Harbhajan Singh shares how to tackle Coronavirus

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Veteran Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh gave MS Dhoni's example while explaining how to tackle the pandemic Coronavirus that has brought the world on standstill in recent times.

Celebrities all around the world are doing their bit to help health & welfare organisations bu spreading more awareness about the pandemic Novel Coronavirus that has affected more than 1.5 lakh people all across the globe and the deaths counts reach around 7,000. After the World Health Organisation (WHO) started the Safe Hands Challenge, teaching people how to stay safe by washing hands properly and frequently, Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh also shared 'one simple step' to tackle the COVID-19.

In such a crunch situation where the scientists and health organisations are constantly working to develop the vaccine for COVID-19, everyone has been asked to take care and precautions and stay at home while washing their hands frequently in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus. However, 'handshake’ is a big NO now as health authorities asked not to do it now.

However, Harbhajan Singh shared an Instagram story on his account where his Chennai Super Kings (CSK) teammate MS Dhoni was seen shaking Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) co-owner Preity Zinta's hand while he himself used a hand towel to cover his face.

His message was clear that he said to avoid shaking hands with each other now and also cover your face while sneezing, coughing in order to stop the spread of the virus.

Coronavirus has affected not only everyone’s lives but also sporting events across the globe which included the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League where no decision took place. Not only this, multiple international series which included India versus South Africa series, England versus Sri Lanka series, Australia versus New Zealand series and many more but also many sporting events across the globe so far.

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