A Twitter User Shared A Thread On Fighting Coronavirus The ‘Rahul Dravid Way’

Rahul Dravid, who is lovingly called the ‘Great Wall’ of the Indian cricket team has been a savior for the team for more than 2 decades. The former Indian cricketer is regarded as one of the greatest Indian cricketers to have played for the Indian cricket team. Known for his solid technique, Dravid made his debut in 1996 against England at Lords and went on to become a stalwart figure in India.

The legendary cricketer has gone on to prove his mettle in all the three formats of the game in both overseas and home games, having scored over 24000 international runs and 489 centuries. During his glorious career, Rahul Dravid has helped team India many times and saved their day by performing brilliantly.
Now amid the coronavirus outbreak, which has affected the whole world, a Tweet has gone viral, which perfectly explains how following Rahul Dravid’s footsteps can help one beat the virus.
Well, a popular memer on Twitter with the username ‘@Sagarcasm’, took to his Twitter and shared a series of Tweets explaining the precautions one needs to follow in order to prevent themselves from the COVID-19 virus but in a very amazing way. The twitter user has shared many pictures of Rahul Dravid from his days on-field as a cricketer.
Here, check out the thread:
1.” How to fight Coronavirus: Lessons from Rahul Dravid. (A thread)”:

2. The best way to avoid danger is to keep a distance:

3. “It’s important to have a clean and safe pair of hands”:

4. “Don’t Panic. You can overcome the worst of the situations with patience”:

5. “Tough times don’t last, tough men do”:

6. “Be ready to work from a different place when needed”:

7. “Call back your team members from offsite when you think the time is right, without worrying about someone’s personal milestones”:

8. “When you have mastered the art, teach others. (Fin.)”:

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