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We are not giving up: Dwayne Bravo urges people to fight against Coronavirus and stay safe in his new song

As the world battles the Covid-19 pandemic, West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has released his new song "We are not giving up" to raise awareness on this crisis.

We are not giving up: Dwayne Bravo urges people to fight against Coronavirus and stay safe in his new song

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo.(Reuters Photo)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Dwayne Bravo launched his new song to raise awareness on Covid-19 pandemic
  • Bravo's song on coronavirus pandemic is titled 'We are not giving up'
  • All major sports events have either been postponed or cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak

The novel Covid-19 outbreak which has already been wreaking havoc across the world, has also brought the sporting world to a standstill.

Sportspersons across the world have been forced to find different ways to occupy themselves as the all major sports events have either been postponed or cancelled due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, who has also gained fame for his impressive singing skills, took to his official Instagram handle to launch his new song on the Covid-19 pandemic.

"We Not Giving Up On this Outbreak due to Pandemic, My Heartful Prayers to all of you out there! Lets fight together A Positive Song during this Outbreak," Bravo captioned the Instagram post with the video of his new song.

Dwayne Bravo's new song - 'We are not giving up' has been launched to boost up the morale of people all around the globe amid this global crisis.

Bravo appeals to people to fight against coronavirus and stay safe by taking all necessary precautions like washing their hands regularly and staying at home to avoid direct contact with strangers.

Several artists across the globe have done their bit in helping reflect the unprecedented emotions in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic.

Earlier, New Zealand cricketer Ish Sodhi came up with a song, albeit a light-hearted attempt at describing his time in self-isolation.

"Coronavirus, please don't get me today. Coronavirus, I still got cricket to play. I know what Covid-19 is, I am sick of hearing your name on my TV screen," Sodhi's song goes.

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