WATCH- “Always wash hands after touching anything,” Warner teaches his daughter amidst COVID-19 spread

Warner was teaching his daughters about hygiene.

David Warner with his familyThe Coronavirus spread has been affecting the whole world given that it has taken the lives of more than 15,000 people and has affected almost 350,000 worldwide. It is spreading like anything and governments around the world are struggling to contain the spread.

Cricketing events have been canceled all over the world and cricketers are spending time indoors with their family. Most of them are in self-isolation due to returning to their home countries from abroad and are trying novel ways to spend time inside.

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David Warner has been spending time at home with his wife and three beautiful daughters and utilized this spare time in educating them on how to avoid the spread of viruses and keep oneself clean and safe.

In the video, David Warner has recorded his daughter Indi, who is using a hand sanitizer and tried to do his bit on spreading awareness about maintaining good hygiene. "So why do we use this Indi," Warner asks her daughter, to which she replies, "For the virus." Warner then instructs her to wash and sanitize her hands after touching anything.

The caption of the video read, “We are trying our best to keep educating the girls on the importance of hand hygiene. This should always be part of daily routines, no matter what circumstances there are. #covid19 #staysafe #lookoutforeachother


By Jatin Sharma - 23 Mar, 2020

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