Though the aim behind the initiative was to spread information, it was met with a mixed response online as many did not approve of the paint applied to the animal.
Since being shared online, the viral clip has garnered over 50,000 views and has amassed several comments from many, including film director Vishal Bhardwaj.
South Korean shoe repairman Kim Byung-rok went viral after he decided to donate a part of his property to people who are facing economic difficulty
In a press release, Karnataka Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar said all people under home quarantine to sent hourly selfies on the government-developed application to keep a track on them.
The Bangalore Traffic Police came up with a hilarious skit to spread awareness about how the coronavirus spreads and urged people to practise social distancing.
The police department took up the initiative after the girl’s father requested SAPD to cheer up his daughter as she could not go out and celebrate her birthday.
The landmark was lit up in red while the famous needle of the building had revolving lights of red and white to resemble a siren.
“While so many of us continue to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, no one knows what is happening quite like our medical professionals,” read the post, which has now gone viral on social media.
Along with the samosas, the man was given an order to clean the nearby drain as punishment for hindering official work.
The 30-year-old refashioned a cat carrier into a sealable pod that he hopes will keep his two-month-old safe from the virus.
The former captain of the Indian hockey team shared a video of his daughter completing the obstacle course and inspired others to share videos of the obstacle courses they’d made for their children.
“Music brings us all together! A true hero!Thank You for all that you and every health worker are doing for us.” read one of the many comments on the viral clip.
Someone from Coldplay’s team also came across the video and shared it on the band’s official Twitter account with the message: “Thank you guys, you rock!”
One user tweeted a picture of her father stitching face masks and distributing them to vegetable vendors and health workers.
At a time when nations across the world are struggling to combat Covid-19, Cohen’s video brought some cheer among netizens. “Just because we have to social distance, it doesn’t mean we have to be socially distant,” tweeted a user.
“We challenge you to recreate a work of art with objects (and people) in your home. Choose your favourite artwork. Find three things lying around your house. Recreate the artwork with those items And share with us.” read the tweet.
Since being shared online, the viral clip has garnered over 45,000 viewed and prompted many reactions. “Never seen this before. With significant ease, it climbed the tree, that too with a prey.
Founded by Vera Evgrafova in 1987, the main aim of the dance group is to promote Indian culture and its unique diversity throughout the world.
Carmel and Odie, from the Atlanta Humane Society, which houses adoptable animals, got to explore the Aquarium’s underwater tunnel and the video of it has gone viral.
Tayla Porter from Basingstoke in Britain was surprised to receive thundering applause when she stepped out of her home to leave for the work.