SAINT LUCIA (City News) – Peshawar Zalmi head coach Darren Sammy has isolated himself for fourteen days in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic,
The West Indian cricketer, after reaching Saint Lucia, said he has done his social distancing, washed his hands thoroughly and didn’t touch his mouth, eyes and nose with his hands.
Darren Sammy said he has got to wait for fourteen days before seeing the loved ones even though his COVID-19 test came out negative a day before leaving Pakistan.
“We have to do what’s best to stop the spread. At least I’m home. This too shall come to pass,” he concluded.
Just touchdown in St Lucia. Did my social distancing, washed my hands thoroughly, didn’t touch my mouth eyes and nose with my hands now I gotta wait 14days before seeing the love ones even though my covid19 test came out negative a day before leaving Pak… https://t.co/11jwhld18S pic.twitter.com/57DZuzZ7JU
— Daren Sammy (@darensammy88) March 19, 2020
It is pertinent here to mention that the Peshawar Zalmi head coach had earlier said that seeing the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Pakistan was a great success despite coronavirus.
He thanked the Peshawar Zalmi family once for having him. To all of the loving people of Pakistan, take care of yourselves, be safe from this virus, he said.
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