The Covid-19 situation in India is quite grim. We all must stay at home right now and follow all the health guidelines. Wearing face masks and maintaining social distancing are necessary precautions now.
Several healthcare facilities and social media accounts of police departments have been urging people to follow all the above-mentioned guidelines. Mumbai Police has been doing the same with the help of their quirky posts.
Taking to their Twitter account today, Mumbai Police took the help of Salman Khans Radhe trailer to talk about what happens when citizens step out without a face mask. The shared meme with the caption, When citizens step out without wearing their masks: Coronavirus: (sic).
Take a look:
When citizens step out without wearing their masks:
Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) April 25, 2021
The meme features Randeep Hooda, who plays an antagonist in the film, as the Covid-19 virus. Netizens took to the comments section to react to Mumbai Police’s witty post. See some of the comments:
Arjun Kanungo (@arjun_kanungo) April 25, 2021
Mumbai police got no chill#coronavirus#MaskUpIndia
Ritesh Sharma (@Desiatrangi) April 25, 2021
P (@Anjelic_cutie) April 25, 2021
This is why Twitter was invented and should be used. Great job @MumbaiPolice@CPMumbaiPolice
pankaj pandey (@cmc_pankaj) April 25, 2021
Your social media account should be given an award. Not many may realize the effective use of Twitter by Mumbai Police.
Eclectic Investor (@eclecticinvestr) April 25, 2021
The meme comes after the trailer of Salman Khans Radhe was dropped on the Internet on April 22. The film will release on May 13, 2021, Eid, in theatres.
Mumbai Police has been quite active on social media in recent times. They have been sharing funny and quirky memes to teach citizens the importance of following health guidelines amid these scary times.
India registered 3,49,691 new cases in the last 24 hours. The top five states which have registered maximum cases are Maharashtra with 67,160 cases, followed by Uttar Pradesh with 37,944 cases, Karnataka with 29,438 cases, Kerala with 26,685 cases and Delhi with 24,103 cases.
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