3 weeks isn't enough: Jofra Archer's old tweet resurfaces after coronavirus forces India lockdown

3 weeks isn't enough: Jofra Archer's old tweet resurfaces after coronavirus forces India lockdown

Jofra Archer is an accomplished soothsayer. There should be no doubting that. regardless of what the present raging issue round the world is, there's sure to be a corresponding tweet from Archer's Twitter timeline. the continued coronavirus lockdown is not any different.

After Indian Prime Minister announced a 3-week long nationwide lockdown to orevent the expansion of Covid-19 epidemic, a series of old Archer tweets began doing the rounds of the web .

But still most are worried whether 3 weeks are enough to contain the spread. Jofra appeared to have already taken sides: "3 weeks reception isn’t enough" - October 23, 2017

To stay indoors for an extended time would require discipline and that is exactly what Jofra appeared to have in mind when he wrote: "Bad habits take 2 minutes to make and three weeks to urge rid off" - November 26, 2013

The lockdown could be tough for several being confined to the bounds of their home. Jofra was also a mere mortal when he tweeted: "2 days looks like 2 weeks" - November 6, 2014

The lockdown could be tough for several being confined to the bounds of their home. Jofra was also a mere mortal when he tweeted: "2 days looks like 2 weeks" - November 6, 2014

But many - including health experts - across the planet have justified the lockdown saying that it's the sole resort to interrupt the vicious circle of contamination. But what does one do when the virus arrives at your door? "Lock mi up yuh better lock up everybody so wi need to get the herbs ah di cure fi mi body" - August 28, 2014.

In the end, maybe we'll all find yourself not minding the lockdown and begin enjoying the sensation of stying reception . After all, that's the sole thanks to keep your senses if you're confined for an extended time. Like Archer wrote on November 18, 2018: "Ain’t even desire leaving home anymore".

This is definitely not the primary such instance of Archer's tweets seeming futuristic within the present context. Last year one among his tweets went viral on social media after India batsman Prithvi Shaw was handed a doping ban by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). a number of his tweets also made a rage during the preceding World Cup and Ashes tournaments.