Indian volunteers get creative with COVID awareness

Volunteers donning coronavirus-themed helmets and holding placards roamed on the streets of the territory's Jammu city and urged people to strictly adhere to the COVID-19 appropriate behavior as the pandemic was still persistent.

In northern Chandigarh city, Ravi Sharma, an artist painted his garage's doors with graffiti to ignite a ray of hope and express gratitude to the frontline workers taking on the pandemic.

Graffiti depicting precautionary measures against the deadly virus are becoming a common trend in India, with artists depicting colorful messages and tributes to the health workers and police personnel in the fight against coronavirus.

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