In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic that has brought the sporting world to a standstill, New Zealand allrounder Mitchell McClenaghan on Friday took to Twitter in a bid to spread awareness among his fans.Also Read - Uttar Pradesh Reports First Zika Virus Case in Kanpur, Team of Experts Sent From Delhi

Taking the naughty route, McClenaghan drew parallels of Covid-19 with a condom. Also Read - Bihar: Gaya Residents to Face Legal Action If Unvaccinated; Will not Be Entitled to Receive Food on Subsidised Rate

He took to Twitter and wrote, “Think of your House as a Condom and Covid19 as a deadly incurable STD. Protect yourself before your wreck yourself. #isolate #Covid_19 #coronavirus #useprotection.” Also Read - Standby: India vs Pakistan Blockbuster in Dubai Begins Shortly

Seizing the opportunity, a Twitter user used a helmet instead of a condom and beamer in place of Covid-19 to draw parallels.

The NZ allrounder was part of the Karachi Kings outfit in Pakistan Super League (PSL). The cricketer featured in merely one match against Multan Sultans before leaving the tournament midway due to the global outbreak of coronavirus.

McClenaghan, who was supposed to be a part of the Mumbai Indians (MI) franchise in the upcoming cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) may have to spend more time in New Zealand than expected as the IPL has also been postponed till April 15.

The COVID-10 positive cases have been on the rise with the United Kingdom (UK) having already reported over 2000 cases. The toll in India is inching close to the 200-mark.