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Mitchell McClenaghan shares a naughty message for advising people after coronavirus outbreak

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Newzealand Fast Bowler Mitchell McClenaghan shares a naughty message with fans to spread awareness and for advising about the Coronavirus outbreak. As we all Know that Coronavirus has affected many countries and there are no vaccines in the world for coronavirus till now. WHO has already declared an epidemic to coronavirus.

Italy, China, and Iran are brutally effected by a coronavirus. The United Kingdom has reported more than 2000 coronavirus cases in the country. Now, Coronavirus is affecting India also. Many sports events have already suspended due to coronavirus pandemic. IPL 2020, India vs South Africa ODI series, PSL, etc series and tournaments are suspended due to coronavirus outbreak.

Many Cricket players like Kusal Mendis, Mohammed Hafeez, Virat Kohli, Kevin Pieterson have already made videos and spreading messages regarding coronavirus COVID-19. Now, Mitchell McClenaghan tried to circulate the message of Stay home and stay safe in a naughty way.

He wrote in his tweet, “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,”

Mitchell McClenaghan came back from PSL due to virus:

McClenaghan was playing from Karachi Kings in the PSL 5. Where he has played only one match against Multan Sultans and didn’t pick any wicket in a match.

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Due to coronavirus concerns, McClenaghan decided to leave out the PSL amid and He returned to his native country.  After returning home, his wife left a letter for him in which she wrote,

“When you start to get frustrated just think…it could be worse..at least you are not stuck inside with your wife?!! Love you.”

McClenaghan’s wife had gone to stay with her parents so that she could avoid contacting with his husband until 14 days. When McClenaghan got this letter, He shared on his twitter handle.