Video .. Oddities and antics around the world to persuade people to stick to homes

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EgyptThe situation did not differ with Corona Virus, Where the video spread of a truck with amplifiers, making cute chants advised to stay at home?

Loudspeakers echoed through the streets Cairo phrase "We will not deliver, we will not transmit the virus", In a video that was widely spread on social media.

Either in India, The police pursued citizens who did not adhere to the curfew, and punished them on public streets, by placing them in separate rings, or by forcing them to perform physical exercises.

And the funny video footage spread to the Indian police as they chased the citizens in the streets, stopped the owners of motorcycles, then issued warnings to them and waved sticks, in order to keep out of the time of the curfew.

She witnessed a funny drama snapshot, as an Indian policeman appeared calling on the residents to stay at home, by chanting the words of a famous song.

The policeman echoed the words of a famous song from a Bollywood movie: "Dear friends, do not turn life into death"And asked them to stay home.

But the matter went out of humor in other areas, when footage of police officers hitting people with a stick to force them to return home, sparking criticism from human rights groups.

As for the Vietnamese Ministry of Health, it decided to use the singers Maine and Erich, who released the successful Vietnamese song. "Ghen" The year 2017.

The Ministry cooperated with singers to produce an attractive music video, Bassem "Jealous Corona Virus", To educate the public on how to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

A week before the March 10 Washington State primary elections, a US official tweeted with a warning warning the public against licking the return poll envelopes to close them: "Whether you are healthy or sick, please do not lick".

As for the city of Round Rock in Texas, it published an official announcement about the city, with an interesting phrase: "Wash your hands as if you just finished cutting the jalapeno peppers, and you’re now ready to wear contact lenses".

As for Singapore, it relied on its famous YouTube fans to publish short comic clips discussing the importance of health measures to fight corona.

The videos include comic characters, one of which is the anxious type, the other is the neglected type, and the third is the rational type, and they together form interesting snapshots of possible situations in the time of Corona.

China was also devoid of funny videos, including a video clip spread on Twitter, showing the new way of peace between people without transmitting infection, and he called the method by"Shake hands with Wuhan".

In the video, a group of people appeared poking their shoes at the feet of their friends’ friends rather than shaking hands.

As for Britain, it used comical awareness phrases in the streets of London to push people to stay at home.

The phrases came: "Are you still here? Who invited you?"In other words, she said: "Stay alive .. stay in bed", And a third phrase: "Save someone’s life .. Stay on the sofa".

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Funny videos have always spread from EgyptThe situation did not differ with Corona Virus, Where the video spread of a truck with amplifiers, making cute chants advised to stay at home?

Loudspeakers echoed through the streets Cairo The phrase “We will not transmit, we will not transmit, we will not transmit the virus”, in a video that has spread widely on social media.

Either in India, The police pursued citizens who did not adhere to the curfew, and punished them on public streets, by placing them in separate rings, or by forcing them to perform physical exercises.

And the funny video footage spread to the Indian police as they chased the citizens in the streets, stopped the owners of motorcycles, then issued warnings to them and waved sticks, in order to keep away from the time of the curfew.

She witnessed a funny drama snapshot, as an Indian policeman appeared calling on the residents to stay at home, by chanting the words of a famous song.

The policeman echoed the words of a famous song from a Bollywood movie: “Friends, do not turn life into death.” He asked them to stay at home.

But the matter went out of humor in other areas, when footage of police officers hitting people with a stick to force them to return home, sparked criticism from human rights groups.

As for the Vietnamese Ministry of Health, it decided to use the singers Maine and Erich, who released the successful Vietnamese song “Ghen” in 2017.

The Ministry cooperated with singers to produce an attractive music video called “Jealous Corona Virus”, to educate the public on how to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

A week before the March 10 Washington State primary elections, a US official tweeted with a warning warning the public against licking the return poll envelopes to closing them: “Whether you are healthy or sick, please don’t lick.”

As for Round Rock, Texas, it published an official advertisement about the city, with an interesting educational phrase: “Wash your hands as if you just finished cutting jalapeno peppers, and you are now preparing to wear contact lenses.”

As for Singapore, it relied on its famous YouTube fans to publish short comic clips discussing the importance of health measures to fight corona.

The videos include comic characters, one of which is the anxious type, the other is the neglected type, and the third is the rational type, and they together form interesting snapshots of possible situations in the time of Corona.

China was also devoid of funny videos, including a video that spread on Twitter, showing the new way of peace between people without transmitting infection, and called the method “shaking hands with Wuhan”.

In the video, a group of people appeared poking their shoes at the feet of their friends’ friends rather than shaking hands.

As for Britain, it used comical awareness phrases in the streets of London to push people to stay at home.

The phrases read: “Are you still here? Who invited you?”, And another phrase said: “Stay alive … stay in bed”, and a third phrase: “Save someone’s life … stay on the sofa.”



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