Ajinkya Rahane emphasizes mental health during coronavirus blockade

MUMBAI: India Vice Test Captain Ajinkya Rahane on Friday said an individual needs to take care of their mental health for the 21 days across the country emergency shutdown , imposed by the Center due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rahane, who had already donated Rs 10 lakh to the Maharashtra Prime Minister's Relief Fund, appreciated the efforts of Maharashtra government , Greater Mumbai Municipal Corporation and Mpower, which have launched an initiative to help people in this difficult time.

"Mental health is also important during this emergency shutdown . Highly appreciate the efforts of Maharashtra Government, BMC &mpower[email protected][email protected]@neerjabirla,thestylishmumbairight-handedhittertweeted.

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So far, the country has witnessed more than 2,000 positive cases.

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