UFC News: Conor McGregor Urges For A lockdown United Against Coronavirus Pandamic
COVID-19 has called out whole the world in the complete lockdown. As we have seen, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ordered for the 21 days lockdown in India from now on.
As the pandemic increased in recent weeks, McGregor repeatedly posted obstinate written statements on his Instagram page, and he has for the first in-camera to speak about Pandemic. he says Closing of Airports as well as all non-essential business, along with stricter adherence to social distancing, must be put in place now! God speed! We can do this.
As we can clearly listen Conor speaking the nation to lead them about the current situation. “While we are all currently debating a full lockdown, I feel that we must,” McGregor said. “Any time spent debating this is the needless time from the clock. I know a good, tough fight when I see one, and we have one on our hands now. I want to call upon my people – the great people of Ireland. This fight needs us all. We’re all in the red corner together, awaiting the bell. Let’s gather together and ring the bell ourselves, including the people of the rest of the world. A true lockdown must begin, and it must begin now – a true lockdown together, a lockdown united.”
Cornore also noted Ireland which is less effected then we compare to the other countries. As of 23 March, there have been 1125 confirmed cases and 6 deaths. McGregor mentioned went on to say his further recommendation about having a lockdown to resist Coronavirus to its possible condition.
“We have the advantage here in that we can see this coming,” McGregor said. “We can see this coming. But if we do not act on our advantage, we cannot expect different results. … Ireland, we’ve got this. Not only do we have the formula, we have it ahead of time. Let’s go, Ireland. Let’s go, the rest of the world. Lockdown united. Together we stand. God bless us all.”
As of 24 March, more than 407,000 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in more than 190 countries and territories, resulting in more than 18,200 deaths and more than 104,000 recoveries.
The time is now 🇮🇪🙏🌍https://t.co/8DdzPPz1aL— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) March 24, 2020
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