Sunil Chhetri offers his Twitter handle to “amplify” calls for help

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Indian Football Team skipper Sunil Chhetri wants to join the “same team” against COVID-19. As. he is willing to give away his Twitter account to help spread the requests for help amid the coronavirus pandemic

With the second COVID-19 wave rampant around the country. Many people have come up to help in this Situation like Sunil himself And Twitter is one of the places where people are putting on requests for help. Our Indian captain wants to join the same team. By joining and giving his Twitter handle for the amplification of requests.

“Our country is going through difficult times, the pain suffering loss all around is depressing and tragic. Amidst all of this, there are so many of us who have come forward and helped each other. helped complete strangers.” The captain said in a video on Twitter.

Sunil who himself was dragonized with COVID last month, has recovered. He had tested positive on March 11. But now the captain is urging common people. Sunil said it doesn’t matter who you are, help in whichever way you can, Among all these, there are some real captains. Who are doing some extraordinary work, phenomenal work.

” You give me hope, you give me a lot of motivation and I want to join you. I want to give access to my twitter account to a few of these captains. So their important information can be amplified and reach as many as possible, Guys I am in your team” Chhetri added.

India’s statistics regarding COVID-19

Meanwhile, the surge in COVID-19 cases continues to affect India. As the Country recorded 3,79,257 new COVID cases in the last 24 hours. it is the highest single-day hike in the cases since the pandemic began last year. According to the Union Health Ministry on Thursday. As many as 3,645 deaths and 2,69,507 recoveries were also recorded in the last 24 hours. Total active cases in India have mounted to 30,84,814.

The cumulative count of the COVID-19 has gone up to 1,83,76,524, while as many as 2,04,832 people have lost their lives to the disease so far. A total of 1,50,86,878 people have recovered from the disease till now.

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