Superman, Batman, Flash: Delhi govt ropes in superheroes to raise awareness about wearing masks
Much like they do in comic books and film franchises, superheroes have come to the rescue in real life as well, with Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain using their example to urge Delhiites to wear a mask to prevent the novel coronavirus from spreading
Nov 20, 2020 / 06:43 PM IST
With COVID-19 cases in the national capital seeing a spike, the Delhi government on November 18 announced sweeping measures to curb the surge in infections. Apart from that, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain also took to social media to raise awareness about wearing masks, and not just wearing them, but wearing them properly.
Much like they do in comic books and film franchises, superheroes came to the rescue in real life as well. Here, for instance, is Batman urging people to wear masks. (Image: Satyendar Jain/Facebook)
Here is Flash urging people to put on a mask and save lives. Jain, while sharing this post, used #BeAHero. (Image: Satyendar Jain/Facebook)
And here's a photograph with Superman. Highlighting the importance of wearing masks, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on November 20 urged AAP leaders and workers to distribute masks free of cost to those not wearing them, and described it as best form of patriotism and service to humanity. (Image: Satyendar Jain/Facebook)
Captioning it as "Important", Jain also shared a graphic on the incorrect ways to wear a mask. (Image: Satyendar Jain/Facebook)