To Avoid Coronavirus, Mark Your Balls with a Sharpie … Your Tennis Balls
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.
During the Coronavirus pandemic, please practice good ball skills pic.twitter.com/R4X4gRwUtO
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) May 17, 2020
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.