The entire world is grappling with an unprecedented global health crisis because of novel coronavirus outbreak and as a result, every sphere of life is adversely impacted and cricket is not an anomaly in this predicament.
Pakistan cricketers have taken it upon themselves to raise awareness about the infectious disease and they have urged people to take all precautionary measures such as washing hands, staying indoors and maintaining social distancing.
Here's what some of the members of cricket fraternity have to say on how to keep the virus at bay.
Pakistan Test captain, Azhar Ali, has advised us to take the necessary precautions and fight together in combating the deadly virus.
Pakistan's tearaway strike bowler and Lahore Qalandar's stalwart, Shaheen Shah Afridi, has urged his fans to use hand sanitizers and here's what he has to say to his fans in Pashto.
One of the finest fast bowlers the game has ever seen, Wasim Akram, alongside his wife Shaneira shared many tips to avoid contracting the virus.
Ahmed Shehzad led by example and demonstrated how to properly wash hands. He said to the public, "we are all in this together."
Please take care of your own health and the health of your loved ones. Please stay clean and wash your hands regularly. We are all in this together. A small message hope it helps #COVID2019 pic.twitter.com/MMtzvgKoBZ— Ahmad Shahzad ???? (@iamAhmadshahzad) March 19, 2020
Fakhar Zaman shared an elaborated list of preventive measures that we could take to avoid catching or spreading the disease. He emphasised on supporting the government in its initiatives.