The coronavirus disease is the biggest concern all over the globe as the number of infected persons worldwide is more than 1,70,000 while more than 6,000 people have already succumbed to this disease. This virus which is known as COVID-19 has brought this world to a standstill as all the malls, superstores, gym, cinema halls or any other places where people visit in good numbers are locked down as the disease is contagious in nature. Many sporting events around the globe have been cancelled or postponed and the governments of various countries have even sealed their borders and revoked the visas of foreign nationals.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the coronavirus as a pandemic but it doesn’t mean that a person can’t recover and get well if he is infected with this virus. So there is nothing to panic but still everyone should take precautions and follow the advice of medical experts.
It is also being said that men who have bushy beards or thick moustaches can also catch this virus because of which many bearded men have decided to say good bye to their beards. Nowadays, many cricketers keep beards as they feel that it gives them a more stylish look and one such player is Australia’s Ben Cutting.
Recently, Ben Cutting’s wife Erin Holland, the singer, TV anchor, dancer and model who is also involved in social work shared a photo of Ben with her. In the pic, Erin can be seen touching Ben’s beard and it seems as if she is playing with it.
Check out the post:
The comment that Erin Holland wrote was, “Bye bye beard”
While Erin wants Ben to shave and get rid of the beard, there is someone who wants Ben to keep it. We are talking about New Zealand cricketer Jimmy Neesham who is so much interested in convincing Ben to keep his beard that he is ready to kiss Ben if he doesn’t shave it off.
Jimmy expressed his desire in the comment under the photo posted by Erin; he wrote, “I will kiss you if you keep it”.
Here is the comment:
It will be interesting to see what will be the response of Australian cricketer Ben Cutting who was a part of the Quetta Gladiators in PSL 2020 which is being played in empty stadiums due to coronavirus.
On the other hand, IPL 2020 which was slated to start on March 29 has been postponed till April 15. Hopefully things will get better soon and life will be back to normal once again.