India’s star opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan on Friday gave another interesting glimpse of his quaratine life as he spends time with his son Zoravar amid the 21-day lockdown enforced by the government since March 24 midnight. After washing clothes and doing household chores, Dhawan has come up with another interesting jig to kill time during the enforced layoff. Also Read - After Ashutosh Rana, His Wife Renuka Shahane, Their Sons Test COVID-19 Positive, Family Under Isolation
The 34-year-old southaw upload the Boxing video in which he can be seen throwing punches at his son Zoravar. While, the junior Dhawan also doing the same. Dhawan shared the video on his official Instagram handle on Friday with a caption: “Morning session with my boy”. Also Read - Swara Bhaskar's Mother And Cook Test COVID-19 Positive, Actor Under Quarantine at Delhi Home
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Earlier, the Delhi-born batter has appealed the citizens to stay at home and support the government lockdown to prevent coronavirus spread. Taking to Twitter he captioned the post, “Stay home and be safe @mlkhattar #IndiaStandTogether #FollowLockdown.”
The cricketer further said social distancing is one of the key factor to contain the disease.
“To combat coronavirus, social distancing is the most important tool which can be done through lockdown. Abide your doctor’s instructions and support government. Take care of yourself and your loved ones,” Dhawan said in a video post.
According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of positive coronavirus cases in the country now stands at 750+ positive. Till now, 47 have been cured or discharged and 20 deaths have taken place. The World Health Organisation (WHO) had termed coronavirus as a pandemic on March 11.