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World Rummy Championship


World Rummy Championship

Dear Patrons of RummyCircle,

As you are aware, Coronavirus has become a matter of global concern. In addition, the Government of India has issued a strict advisory on travel. Indian nationals are advised to avoid non-essential travel abroad, and on their return, they can be subjected to quarantine for a minimum of 14 days. Here's an update on the steps we are undertaking to maintain a safe environment for all.

Since the safety of our players has always been our priority, we have decided to postpone the World Rummy Championship 2020 which was earlier scheduled to be held from 27th - 30th of April 2020. We would like to inform everyone that all WRC Finalists will be eligible for a refund and a RummyCircle representative will reach out to them with further details in due course.

Please Note: World Rummy Championship 2020 is not being cancelled but is being postponed to a future date. We will announce the revised WRC Schedule on our website. Your cooperation in this regard is appreciated.

We’re hoping that with the right precautions, we can all help curb the spread of COVID-19. Here are some simple precautions:

Keep Distance : Keep distance from people who show symptoms of cold, cough and fever. Reduce the time spent in crowded areas.

Cover Yourself : Cover your mouth and nose with a handkerchief or tissue while coughing or sneezing.

Clean Hands : Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 15 seconds or use a hand sanitizer.

Sleep : Get adequate sleep (Eight hours of sound sleep could help boost immunity levels).

Stay Hydrated : Drink at least 10 glasses of water in a day (Helps the body to get rid of toxins and remain hydrated).

Eat Healthy : Eat nutritious food (Avoid eating at hotels and roadside shacks).

Expert Advice : Seek immediate medical attention in case you have flu like symptoms for more than 24hrs. DO NOT take medication without consulting the physician.

- Team RummyCircle.

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