Chennai Super Kings (CSK) all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja and batsman Suresh Raina have requested their fans to do their bit to help the frontline warriors in the fight against COVID-19.
Both the cricketers took to Twitter and urged the citizens to be responsible and follow the COVID-19 guidelines. Jadeja wrote that it's important for everyone to stay united in this tough time.
"Right now more than ever we need to be united in our fight against Covid-19. Please wear a mask, follow social distancing and let's adhere to the government norms.
"As citizens, we must be responsible, and I thank the doctors, nurses for their selfless service in these tough times," the tweet read.
Raina highlighted that this time more lives are at risk than ever before. He appealed to his fans to stay at home if they have a choice.
"India is battling a crisis situation today. The medical infrastructure is slowly collapsing, resources depleting and more lives at risk than ever before. There is no pain greater than seeing your loved one fight the battle," he tweeted.
"My humble request to everyone -- if you have the choice to stay home, please do it to keep yourself, your family and your nation safe. Do your bit to help the doctors, police, paramedics and govt authorities do their job. That is the need of the hour!", Raina added.
As per Union Health Ministry, India on Sunday (April 25) reported 3,49,691 new COVID-19 cases, 2,767 deaths and 2,17,113 discharges in the last 24 hours.