It would not be wrong to say that the world is currently going through an unprecedented level of danger as almost all kinds of have activities have been suspended. COVID-19 has now hit 213 countries. As a result, more than 2.6 million people have caught the virus while approximately 185,000 deaths have been recorded.
The situation can exacerbate further as Pakistan is about to experience the holy month of Ramadan. However, the noticeable thing is that the Pakistanis like the rest of the world are donating generously to fight the muddles brought forward by the ongoing deadly virus.
Recently, Rumman Raees put his national team and Islamabad United’s merchandise on auction for Coronavirus victims. Doing so, he was able to raise Rs 1.2 million which he aims to use to soothe the needy people. The left-arm quick revealed that the owner of his PSL franchise Ali Naqvi generously contributed Rs 165,000 by buying his national team’s jersey. Moreover, the 28-year old cricketer prayed for an end to this misery which has brought the world to a standstill position.