David Warner Shaves his head to thank Medical Staff!

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As a gesture of thanks to the medical staff working amid the Coronavirus Pandemic, Cricketer David Warner has shaved his head. He has shared a video on his Instagram id in which he was shown shaving his head to show his support to the medical staff.

The whole world is come to a standstill due to the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic and the people all around the globe have joined hands to fight with the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic. Amid all the chaos Australian batsman David Warner on Tuesday decided to shave his head to show his gratitude and support to all those people such as healthcare workers who are continuously restlessly working at the forefront to fight against the Coronavirus Pandemic. After shaving his head Warner also challenged his teammate Steve Smith and Indian skipper cum captain Virat Kohli to do the same.  He shared a video on his Instagram id where he was shaving his head out of support and gratitude towards the medical staff and he captioned the post as: “I have been nominated to shave my head in support of all the people who are effortlessly working on the forefront to fight COVID-19.

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the number of people died in Australia rose to 19 as per the report of a leading Australian Publication. Almost the number of positive COVID-19 cases has crossed 4460 mark in Australia.

Earlier, Australian Test skipper Tim Paine confirmed that Australia’s tour of Bangladesh may be called off due to the rapid spread of Coronavirus Pandemic.

The skipper said, “It’s not rocket science to realize that the Bangladesh tour is probably uncertain to go ahead in June due to the deadly COVID-19 virus. Whether it’s canceled or postponed is not confirmed yet”.

Talking about World Test Championship scoreboard Australia have 296 in WTC table from 10 matches, while India is leading the table with 360 points from nine matches.

Let’s see whether Virat Kohli and Steve Smith will accept Warner’s challenge and shave their head as a gesture of support and gratitude for the people working at the forefront to battle against Coronavirus Pandemic.