Yashasvi Jaiswal thanks doctors, nurses in their fight against COVID-19 | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Indian U-19 cricketer Yashasvi Jaiswal on Friday thanked doctors, nurses and all the essential services staff who are putting their lives at risk in combating the coronavirus outbreak.

Taking to Twitter he wrote, “Stand with the country. Let’s all be responsible citizens. Stay at home, Stay safe.”

“In this difficult situation, where coronavirus, a deadly contagious disease, is spreading all over the world. I would like to thank all the doctors, nurses, policemen and all the supporting staff. You are the real hero of our country, working hard to save our lives. Thank you so much! We all will fight back soon. Stay at home and stay safe.” he said in a video post.

As the country is fighting against COVID-19, all sporting activities are either postponed or stand cancelled.

Jaiswal received the ‘Player of the Tournament’ award as he ended the U-19 World Cup with 400 runs from six matches. He also struck a century in the semi-final match against Pakistan.

The batsman was picked up by the Rajasthan Royals for Rs 2.4 crore.

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