Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin believes that it is time to find a solution to the coronavirus outbreak, not to hold any country responsible. He said that everyone will get some lessons from the corona epidemic and people will be vigilant about the future. Ashwin has played 71 Tests, 111 ODIs and 46 T20s so far. By Wednesday morning in India, the number of corona infects crossed 500. In 15 days, 11 people have died due to infection. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a 21-day lockdown.
Corona has affected all tournaments in the world, including cricket. Events like Tokyo Olympic and IPL have been postponed. At the same time, Ashwin is currently in his home in Chennai and is trying to keep himself fit at home so that he can get into the field with full fitness after the corona threat ends.
Ashwin said, “It is time to find a solution and not to hold a country responsible for this epidemic. Right now the best solution is to keep distance from each other. Hopefully, scientists will find a solution soon. This is a lesson for all. We take sports very seriously, but there are many bigger things than sports. “
He said, “I don’t remember when was the last time I heard so many bird sounds in my city. I think it is hypothetical but in fact, the traffic has reduced drastically. There is a new freshness in the air and many birds have come back. ”