Kerala Police New Covid-19 Awareness Video Goes Viral On Social Media

Kerala Police published a new consciousness video on the Covid-19 spread throughout the district. The awareness dance video was taken as a parody of Enjoy Enjaami, the newly super hit Tamil single. Nine uniformed officers are watching the 1.30-minute video dance. The song text is for awareness-raising, such as the appropriate use of a mask, social distance and hand sanitation. The sensitivity video further stresses that everyone can be vaccinated as part of the safety campaign Covid-19.

Video Goes Viral: Kerala Police’s Covid Awareness:

The video was posted on the social media handles of the Kerala State Police Center, entitled “Let’s struggle against the pandemic together. More than three lakh views, 9,000 shares and 15,000 favourites have also been viewed.

Kerala Police’s Hand Was Hit Massive:

This is not the first time that a video of the Kerala Police’s Covid knowledge has been viral. Kerala Police’s Hand Wash Dance has got huge coverage in March 2020. The Kalakatha song of the popular Malayalam film Ayyappanum Koshiyum was danced by six police in complete uniform and carrying masks. Police officers in that video informed the people about the safe washing of hands recommended by the World Health Organization.

  • The coronavirus has caused devastation throughout the world. In the meantime, Kerala Police has issued a brilliant video to increase people’s consciousness of the corona outbreak. This consciousness video was created as a spoof of Tamil’s mega-hit album ‘Enjoy Enjaami.’ The 1,30-minute film features nine uniformed police dancers.
  • The lyrics of the video song are about sensitivity, explaining how to correctly apply masks, manage social distances and use sanitisers for hands. This video even says everyone should be vaccinated as a deterrent to covetousness. Kerala Police posted the social media video and wrote that you are still with the Kerala Police. He wrote that together, let’s tackle this disease.
  • Kerala is on the verge of increasingly healthy coronavirus events. As of Wednesday, there are 14 positive cases in the coastal state with 1,495 in quarantine. This excludes the three people that were cured and released from Covid-19.
  • The Kerala government is waging an all-out fight against the terrible virus with further cases. Nearly all social network influencers are already taking precautionary measures to verify the transmission of the coronavirus. One of the most famous social networking trends is a ‘coronavirus consciousness video’ by police in Kerala.

The video has the Kerala police signature “troll.” The video features famous film roles from Mammootty and Mohanlal to Tamil actors, Rajinikanth, and Vijay, told by the popular slang “Bellary Raja” inspired by Mammootty’s character played in 2005 box office success Rajamanikyam. In its dubbed voice, the characters remind citizens about different precautions such as regular washing of hands, usage of sanitisers and face masks, cover the face if sneezing, coughing and self-quarantine if the symptoms are serious.

Conclusion: Kerala Police social media accounts are known for the funny material and language-in-cheek replies. It has over 1.3 million Facebook fans alone. To avoid the coronavirus, the Kerala administration has restricted public activities and shut down all classrooms, colleges and film theatres by 31 March. Increased attempts to control the spread of coronavirus, the government of Kerala sent at least 45 citizens from Covid-19 to different health centres in Italy on Wednesday. After three families from the district of Pathanamthitta returned from Italy on February 29, the government agreed to step up efforts.

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