FC Nordsjaelland and Ghana midfielder Mohammed Kudus has joined a tall list of footballers urging Ghanaians to take the necessary precautionary measures to fight the Coronavirus.
The number of coronavirus cases in the West African nation keeps rising with three deaths already confirmed.
Kudus who plays in one of the most affected European countries has advised Ghanaians to practice social distancing in these difficult times.
"As you all know the world is bleeding. In these tough times it is insane to put sports, social activities before our health and humanity," he said on Twitter.
"As of today medic put their lives on the.line to save the infected and the best we can do is to help them starve the virus," he added.
"Let's united to socially distance and encourage ourselves for our mental sanity. Take the precautionary very serious to stay safe and keep positive in the face of COVID-19."
Mohammed Kudus is one of Ghana's brightest stars in Europe this season, having scored nine goals in 19 Danish Supa Liga games.