The ‘Move the message to kick out coronavirus’ marketing campaign promotes 5 key steps for folks to comply with to guard their well being consistent with WHO steerage, targeted available washing, coughing etiquette, not touching your face, bodily distance and staying residence if feeling unwell.
The 28 gamers, who shall be concerned within the video marketing campaign to be revealed in 13 languages, embrace among the finest identified gamers like Argentine celebrity Lionel Messi and World Cup winners like Philip Lahm, Iker Casillas and Carles Puyol.
“FIFA and its President Gianni Infantino have been actively concerned in passing the message in opposition to this pandemic because the very starting,” mentioned WHO Director-Normal Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on the digital launch of the marketing campaign at WHO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
“Be it via campaigns or funding, FIFA has stood as much as the coronavirus, and I’m delighted that world soccer is supporting WHO to kick out the coronavirus. I’ve little doubt with such a help that collectively we are going to win,” he mentioned in a FIFA launch.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino mentioned: “We’d like teamwork to fight the coronavirus. FIFA has teamed up with WHO as a result of well being comes first. I name upon the soccer neighborhood worldwide to affix us in supporting this marketing campaign to cross the message even additional.
“A few of the biggest gamers to have performed the attractive recreation have put their names to the marketing campaign and are united of their need to cross the message to kick out COVID-19.”
The Gamers: Sami Al Jaber (KSA), Alisson Becker (BRA), Emre Belözoglu (TUR), Jared Borgetti (MEX), Gianluigi Buffon (ITA), Iker Casillas (ESP), Sunil Chhetri (IND), Youri Djorkaeff (FRA), Han Duan (CHN), Samuel Eto’o (CMR), Radamel Falcao (COL), Laura Georges (FRA), Valeri Karpin (RUS), Miroslav Klose (GER), Philipp Lahm (GER), Gary Lineker (ENG), Carli Lloyd (USA), Lionel Messi (ARG), Mido (EGY), Michael Owen (ENG), Park Ji-sung (KOR), Carles Puyol (ESP), Celia Sasic (GER), Asako Takakura (JPN), Yaya Toure (CIV), Juan Sebastián Verón (ARG), Solar Wen (CHN), Xavi Hernández (ESP).