Cop wears Coronavirus Helmet
A cop in Chennai wears Coronavirus helmet as India goes into lockdown for 21 days to battle the brand new novel coronavirus, the federal government and authorities are urging everybody to remain at house.
Indians are largely restricted to staying in their very own properties and working towards social-distancing at any time when they go exterior, however some individuals are nonetheless flouting guidelines.
Individuals in automobiles and bikes are sometimes seen zooming on most important roads, with out being important or emergency companies.
To cease individuals from flouting guidelines, a cop in Chennai, Tamil Nadu got here up with an modern method to present how extreme the illness is, and the way vital staying at house.
In collaboration with an area artist, the policeman has made an distinctive ‘Corona helmet’ to dissuade commuters from stepping through the lockdown.
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Designed loosely primarily based on an in depth up of what a singular illustration of the virus appears like, the helmet has an uncanny, and considerably scary look.
The artist, Gowtham, who designed the helmet, informed ANI in Chennai that, “The general public at massive shouldn’t be treating the Covid-19 scenario significantly. The police personnel, then again, are working around the clock to make sure individuals keep at house and don’t enterprise out in order that additional unfold of the illness might be stopped.”
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“I got here up with the thought and used a damaged helmet and papers to arrange this. I’ve additionally ready many placards displaying slogans and handed them over to the police,” he added.
The cop carrying the helmet, police Inspector Rajesh Babu, stated that the strategy has been constructive thus far.
“We take all of the steps however nonetheless individuals come out on the streets. Due to this fact, this coronavirus helmet is among the steps we’re taking to make sure that individuals are conscious of the seriousness of the police. The helmet is an try and do one thing totally different. After I put on this, the considered coronavirus comes into the minds of the commuters. Particularly, the youngsters react strongly after seeing this and need to be taken house,” Rajesh Babu informed ANI in Chennai.