International Nurses Day: Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar Thank Nurses For Selfless Service | Cricket News

Must Read

This Man’s Business Meeting With His Pet Dogs Is Too Funny To Miss

Andrew Cotter in a meeting with his two dogs, Mabel and Olive.During the coronavirus lockdown, Scottish sports broadcaster Andrew...

Indian-Origin Doctor Dies In UK After Battle With COVID-19

Dr Nair handed away after a chronic COVID-19 sickness, mentioned Station View Medical Centre.London: An "outstanding" Indian-origin lady physician...

Social Distancing Rules Flouted In Madhya Pradesh For Arrival Of Monk

Coronavirus: Nearly 4,000 COVID-10 instances have been reported from Madhya PradeshBanda, Madhya Pradesh: Amid an inexorable and worrying rise...

On the event of International Nurses Day, Indian skipper Virat Kohli and legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar on Tuesday expressed their heartfelt gratitude in direction of nurses who’re working tirelessly through the coronavirus disaster. Kohli who’s extensively hailed because the run-machine thanked nurses for his or her ”selfless service” through the difficult occasions. “Thank you for your selfless service, dedication, compassion and kindness during such challenging times and otherwise. Let us all join together to celebrate #InternationalNursesDay,” Kohli tweeted. Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar termed nurses as ”silent guardian” for his or her invaluable contribution to the security of the individuals.

“It’s a day to celebrate and thank all the Nurses across the world who’ve been providing care & attention to those unwell & in need. They’re the silent guardians who make invaluable contributions to the health & safety of people while risking their own lives.#InternationalNursesDay,” Tendulkar tweeted.

“This #InternationalNursesDay comes at a time when nurses are playing an unprecedented role in saving lives while often putting their own health on the line. With your care and patience, you have touched many hearts. The nation appreciates your hard work and sacrifice,” former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman tweeted.

#InternationalNursesDay was trending on Twitter since Tuesday morning as netizens poured love and appreciation for the nurses working through the pandemic.

Meanwhile, all sporting occasions throughout the globe have been put to an indefinite halt as coronavirus continues to rage.

Skipper Kohli would have been in motion for Royal Challengers Banglore (RCB) had the Indian Premier League (IPL) commenced from March 29. However, the match was suspended indefinitely as a result of coronavirus pandemic.

.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

This Man’s Business Meeting With His Pet Dogs Is Too Funny To Miss

Andrew Cotter in a meeting with his two dogs, Mabel and Olive.During the coronavirus lockdown, Scottish sports broadcaster Andrew...

Indian-Origin Doctor Dies In UK After Battle With COVID-19

Dr Nair handed away after a chronic COVID-19 sickness, mentioned Station View Medical Centre.London: An "outstanding" Indian-origin lady physician has died within the north-east...

Social Distancing Rules Flouted In Madhya Pradesh For Arrival Of Monk

Coronavirus: Nearly 4,000 COVID-10 instances have been reported from Madhya PradeshBanda, Madhya Pradesh: Amid an inexorable and worrying rise in coronavirus instances in India...

Consumer Inflation At 5.84% In March, Remains Lowest In 4 Months

The RBI tracks consumer inflation primarily for formulating its monetary policyConsumer inflation in the country was revised to a final 5.84 per cent in March...

Sorry Folks, Rana Daggubati Is Taken. Actor Confirms Relationship With Miheeka Bajaj: “She Said Yes”

Rana Daggubati shared this photograph (courtesy ranadaggubati)HighlightsRana shared a cherished up photograph with Miheeka Bajaj "She said 'yes'," Rana captioned his photograph Rana has been congratulated...

More Articles Like This