Marcus Rashford insists his child food poverty campaign is only just beginning
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has pledged he is only at thebeginning of a long campaign to end child food poverty and his bid to makesure the next generation start life with a level playing field.
Englandinternational Rashford has seen his profile raised on and off the field duringthe Covid-19 pandemic, with the 23-year-old awarded an MBE during October inthe delayed Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
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Vile racist abuse on social media aimed at football players in the United Kingdom continues to plague the sport after Manchester United’s Anthony Martial and Arsenal’s Willian brought attention to the subject shortly after Facebook and Instagram announced redoubled efforts to prevent this from happening on their platforms in February.
While ending 'Mann Ki Baat', Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to continue to remain vigilant against COVID. "Month of March is also the last month of our financial year that is why many of you will be busy. Our traders and businessmen will now be keeping busy, amongst all these works, we do not have to let our guard down against COVID. If you are healthy, happy and abiding by your duties the nation will keep progressing," said PM Modi.
A total of 1,43,01,266 beneficiaries have been vaccinated for COVID-19 across India. The country also reported 16,752 new COVID-19 cases and 11,718 discharges on Feb 28. With new infections, the COVID tally of the country stood at 1,10,96,731 while, active cases stand at 1,64,511. With 113 deaths in last 24 hours, death toll rose to 1,57,051.