Corona sweets, cars, helmets, and generous 4-year-olds — and other stories of how Indians are trying to keep spirits high
- A 4-year old from Andhra gives his piggy bank money to CM Relief Fund.
- In Patna, a thank you message for Bihar Police appeared on the streets
- In Hyderabad, a single-seater corona-shaped car is raising awareness
- In Kolkata, a sweet shop creates ‘Corona Sandesh’
- In Chennai, police officials wear Corona-shaped helmets
A 4-year old from Andhra gives his piggy bank money to CM Relief Fund
A four-year boy Hemanth, from Vijayawada, donated all his savings worth ₹971 from his piggy bank to CM’s relief fund. Hemanth was saving to buy a bicycle but he decided that fighting COVID-19 is the need of the hour.
In Patna, a thank you message for Bihar Police appeared on the streets
In Hyderabad, a single-seater corona-shaped car is raising awareness
A corona-themed car with a special message caught everyone’s attention in Hyderabad. The single-seater car, with a 100cc engine, has six wheels, and a fiber body.
K Sudhakar, known for making whacky cars in unimaginable shapes and forms, came up with the idea to spread awareness. He plans to donate the car to Hyderabad police.
In Kolkata, a sweet shop creates ‘Corona Sandesh’
As the world grapples with #COVID, look what makes a debut at a sweet shop in #Kolkata: the #Corona Sandesh!… https://t.co/qbpTMnYpIF— Sourav Sanyal (@SSanyal) 1586166949000
A renowned chain of sweet maker in Kolkata came up with a 'Sandesh' shaped in the form of novel Coronavirus with a red-colored spherical body covered with spikes.
'Sandesh' is a popular sweetmeat of Bengal. The sweet shop also decided to offer one Corona Sandesh for free to each customer visiting the shop.
In Chennai, police officials wear were wearing a Corona-shaped helmets
Chennai Cop wears a corona like helmet and stop motor bike riders and ask them to stay home. (recd as a fed) To… https://t.co/3IpAz3Ot8z— Srini Swaminathan (@srini091) 1585324783000
A police officer in Chennai was seen wearing a coronavirus shaped helmet to prevent people from coming out of their homes. According to the police officer, it will help them understand the seriousness of the outbreak.
“When I wear this, the thought of coronavirus comes into the minds of the commuters,” he told ANI.
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