India is going through the toughest time as the country is facing the cruel face of the deadliest coronavirus, and the country is also facing issues with oxygen and other resources. At this time, Australian players coming forward to help India to fight against the covid-19 by raising funds for the relief fund for the country.
UNICEF Australia has joined its hand with the Australian Cricketers Association and Cricket Australia and shares a video that is highly impactful. The collaboration is meant to raise awareness about the COVID-19 situation in India and the same also highlights that the country is struggling with the deadly virus along with insufficient oxygen, and excessive pressure on the medical facilities. It also urges the cricketers to make donations under UNICEF’s India Crisis Appeal.
Moreover, UNICEF also came up with various types of help in India to support the country in the fight against the coronavirus, the helping hand includes procuring and installing oxygen generation plants as well as pumping up the vaccination rollout in the country. Having said that, the players of Australia also step up and expressed their concern about the bad situation.
The players of the Australian Cricket team will offer their support via UNICEF’s India Crisis Appeal to support and strengthen India’s Fight. It is worth mentioning that UNICEF offering its support on the ground level to provide all the emergency medical supplies and essentials.
Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy, Josh Hazelwood, Mitchell Starc, Allan Border, Steve Smith, Rachael Haynes, Marnus Labuschagne, and Meg Lanning are a part of this campaign.
That said, the sensational fast bowlers of the cricket Australia Pat Cummins and Brett Lee have already contributed significant amounts to the cause.