The COVID-19 pandemic has well and truly wreaked havoc around the world and continues to do so. The ruthless virus has shown no sign of stopping and has brought a plethora of things to a standstill. Sports was among those that were adversely affected by the same. However, thanks to strict protocols and bio-bubbles, sporting events have been able to be held both in India and around the world as well.
As the 7th of April marks World Health Day, people have taken to social media to stress on how important it is to safeguard one’s health during the uncertain times of the pandemic. These messages which also serve as ones of gratitude for the frontline workers and medical professionals remind us of the necessity to take all the necessary precautions needed to combat the deadly disease.
Yuvraj Singh thanks healthcare workers
Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh took to Twitter today to speak of the important of maintaining good health on the occasion of World Health Day. He wrote, “Our greatest wealth is good health. This #WorldHealthDay, make a promise to stay physically & mentally healthy.”
“Let’s thank all healthcare workers who’ve been working tirelessly to take care of us & with many rising cases, pls continue to take all precautions against COVID,” Yuvraj added.
Yuvraj Singh was recently seen in action in the Road Safety World Series for Indian Legends. The series led to a few COVID-19 positive cases to come up as the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Yusuf Pathan, Irfan Pathan and Subramaniam Badrinath returned positive tests.