Shane Warne's Gin Brand To Produce Hand Sanitizers For Providing Aid In Coronavirus Relief

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Shane Warne's SevenZeroEight brand of gin will now be solely producing hand sanitisers to help out with the shortages of supplies being faced by WA hospitals.

Written By Mrigank Pandey | Mumbai | Updated On:
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In the world's current fight against the spreading of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), legendary Australian bowler Shane Warne has put his foot down to use his resources to help the people of Australia. Since the rapid spreading of the novel coronavirus, hand sanitizer availability has been heavily affected as the alcohol-based solution remains a high-priority requirement in both, health facilities and homes. Here is how Shane Warne has decided to help the cause.

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IPL Postponed: Shane Warne's SevenZeroEight Gin Distillery to produce hand sanitizer

Australian spin legend Shane Warne and a few other investors came together recently to create a brand of gin called "SevenZeroEight". The brand, which is named after the number of Test wickets taken by the Australian great, also received a gold medal at the recent Australian Gin Awards. The brand will now be temporarily stopping production of consumable alcohol and its focus will shift towards providing two Western Australia hospitals with 70% alcohol hand sanitizer. The move by Warne's company was made after Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison urged companies to help out with reducing the shortage of medical supplies.

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SevenZeroEight will now solely be producing hand sanitizer till the need exists and here is the declaration that the brand made on Warne's Instagram.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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