Coronavirus: England rugby stars be a part of head shave problem
A gaggle of England rugby gamers have shaved their heads as a part of an internet charity marketing campaign.
Henry Slade, Ellis Genge and Luke Cowan-Dickie joined the “Covhead problem” to boost funds for the NHS through the coronavirus outbreak.
The marketing campaign, began by William Bull, has raised greater than £1,000 within the first 24 hours since its launch.
Mr Bull, from West Oxfordshire, stated the expansion of the problem had been “completely loopy”.
The 23-year-old stated he determined to start out the problem as a result of he had “wished to shave my very own head for whereas” however had by no means accomplished it attributable to college or work commitments.
He stated the federal government’s newest social distancing pointers gave him the “likelihood” to shave his head, and he determined to arrange an Instagram account for the charities which help the NHS.
“I sort of wished to point out a bit of little bit of appreciation to everybody working within the NHS,” he stated.
Mr Bull stated the marketing campaign was “actually lucky to get three England rugby gamers on board” and stated it was vital to “increase consciousness for folks working within the NHS”.
“With everybody caught inside, everybody can do it. It’s merely to get folks benefiting from a nasty state of affairs,” he stated.