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Coronavirus: Premier League stars spread the word to 'stay at home, save lives'

With the Premier League season on hold until April 30 at the earliest, the English top-flight's big names still managed to get their message across on Saturday. The Premier League, along with the majority of sporting tournaments and events across the globe, is currently suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many nations are in total or near-total lockdown, with people only allowed to leave their homes for essential trips and exercise. Though there is no sport to keep people entertained, some of the biggest names – both players and managers – from the Premier League came together on Saturday at 1500 GMT to spread the message: "stay at home, save lives."   Using his...
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