This player of Team India, who won the World Cup, spread virus in the village. Then he is helping people in different ways.
Due to COVID-19 people all over the world are in trouble. The borders of countries are sealed, markets are closed and people are locked in homes.
While it is easy for educated people in cities to know how to stay safe in this difficult time, it is difficult for people living in remote villages to understand this.
At such places people do not even realize that they are infected with this disease or they need to be tested for it.
In such a situation, world champion player Munaf Patel has taken the responsibility to warn the people of his district and village for this danger.
Last week, four positive cases of corona virus were found in Bharuch district of Gujarat. After this, Patel reached his village Ikhar by bike where he is making people aware about this disease.
Speaking to The Indian Express, Munaf said, ‘Everything was fine till last week. However, with four cases, the entire village has been sealed. The village panchayat and committee are trying to help the people and I am a part of it.
Munaf said that it is easy to keep social distance in the village because everything is not closed like cities. He has talked about washing hands and maintaining social distance repeatedly in many villages. Along with this, they are also doing the work of distributing ration to poor people.
Munaf Patel said that his next step is to make people aware during Ramadan to stay at home. He has spoken to the owners of the ration shop that he should keep his shops open during this time.
He said, ‘The committee and the people of the panchayat will do the work of distributing food from house to house in the village during Ramzan. Those who were infected with the coronavirus were sent to the city for treatment, while their families have been quarantined.’