West Indies bowler Dwayne Bravo stands in the outfield during their ICC Twenty20 Cricket World Cup. File
At a time when the entire world is battling against the coronavirus outbreak, West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has come out with a new song to boost the morale of the people.
In an Instagram post, “Champion” singer has launched his new song on the COVID-19 pandemic, which has claimed over 27,000 lives across the world.
"We Not Giving Up. On this outbreak due to pandemic, my heartful prayers to all of you out there! Let's fight together. A positive song during this outbreak," Bravo captioned the Instagram post with the video of his new three-minute 31-second long song.
In the song, the West Indies all-rounder appeals to people to fight against coronavirus by taking all necessary precautions like washing their hands regularly, staying at home and follow social distancing.
The veteran all-rounder will next be seen in action for Chennai Super Kings during the upcoming edition of the IPL that was supposed to get underway on March 29 but has been postponed to April 15 due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
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