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Dalima Chhibber features in AFC’s video campaign against coronavirus pandemic

After Sunil Chhetri and Bala Devi, Dalima Chhibber is the latest Indian footballer to feature in AFC's video campaign to spread awareness about the COVID-19 disease.

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Footballer Dalima Chhibber is the latest player from India to feature in Asian Football Confederation (AFC) video for ‘Break the Chain’ campaign. The idea behind the video is to spread the awareness about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chibber joins the likes Jordan’s Yazan Al Arab and Tajikistan’s Nuriddin Davronov in the new video. The video was tweeted out by AFC’s offical twitter handle on April 5.

AFC’s top footballers and match officials are coming together to spread World Health Organization’s message to fight the disease.

In the video Chibbers says “As you all know all of us are going through a tough situation globally. And this (COVID-19 disease) is one of the mose difficult opponent we will have to ever face. It is an opponent we all need to face together. So pledge to wash your hands and maintain social distance. Stay at home to break the chain and kick the COVID-19 pandemic away.”

The skipper of Indian men’s football team Sunil Chhetri and woman footballer Bala Devi  too have featured in the same campaign by AFC.

Also Read: Kolkata’s elderly sports stars lead by example in fight against COVID-19

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