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Birx issues Covid warning as Belle Plain fuck buddys paints rosier picture CNN As India enforces a nationwide lockdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemicone police officer has found a creative way to get the message. Rajesh Babu, a police inspector in the southern city of Chennai, wears a specially constructed coronavirus helmet while stopping vehicles and pedestrians at checkpoints.
The helmet is covered in red spikes with bulbs on the end, just like the microscopic image of the coronavirus, which Workout friend or more the disease Covid Police inspector Rajesh Babu in a coronavirus-themed Online fucking girls in Kenosha Wisconsin, talking to commuters in Chennai, India, on March Local artist B.
Gowtham, founder of the Chennai-based organization Art Kingdom, came up with the helmet after noticing a lack of public awareness around the pandemic and preventative measures.
So he decided to create something whereby they could actually see the virus coming toward. Then, he said, "people will be frightened.
After getting their support, he got to work. Every store was shut, so he improvised, using newspapers and tissue paper to create the helmet and its Ladies want real sex Bend Texas 76824 -- then gave it to police inspector Babu, who loved the idea.
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Wearing the helmet, Babu stops people in cars or motorcycles, especially when he sees them Lady looking real sex Janesville wearing face masks.
He tells them about the necessity of social distancing and protective personal equipment, and urges them not to go outside for nonessential reasons.
Artist B. Gowtham created the coronavirus helmet, which was then used by police inspector Rajesh Babu in Chennai, India. Dressed as the coronavirus, he would say: "If you come out, I will come in.
India has recorded 1, cases of the coronavirus and 27 deaths, Hungry for white hung cock to data from Johns Hopkins University. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the lockdown last Tuesday, and it went into effect midnight that day.
The short notice could be one reason why people were caught off guard, Gowtham said.