OK, this coronavirus news isn’t from Schuylkill County. It’s not even from Pennsylvania. But it’s too … it’s too much not to share.
This is Nassau County, NY, executive Laura Curran.
She’s at a local tennis center talking about coronavirus safety guidance while playing tennis.
And Laura Curran is now a viral star.
At a press conference, Curran starts discussing how to avoid potential exposure to the Chinese virus, particularly when it comes to coming in contact with balls.
That’s tennis balls … we think.
Remember, if you’re playing tennis against someone who lives in the same house as you, treat their balls like your own.
But if you’re playing against someone who lives elsewhere or you’re on a court next to other people not living with you, remember these tips:
Laura Curran Tennis Balls Safety Tips
Nassau County (NY) Executive presents these important coronavirus tennis ball safety tips:
Laura Curran Tennis Balls Dos
- Kick their balls
- To avoid confusion, mark your balls with an “X” or write your name on your balls.
Laura Curran Tennis Balls Don’ts
- Don’t touch their balls with your hands.