South Korean drone shows gratitude to frontline warriors and reminds the crowd the key measures of COVID-19 .

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On Saturday night around three hundred of drones have lit up the night sky in the South Korean capital, Seoul, for a spectacular showcase of motivational and awareness messages as the fight against the coronavirus pandemic continues.⁠The display was organized by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and was intended to thank frontline health care workers.

The 300 drones used in the show.

The South korean has done remarkably good in combating the pandemic but since the experts warn out the second wave of infection the government has organised a drone show over the Han river in the capital of Seoul to show gratitude towards frontline warriors i.e doctors, nurses, medial staff and etc and remind citizens to be abide by the preventive measures.

 

Several drone were used to form a mask and showing particles of the coronavirus.

It was used for displaying key precautionary measures including wearing masks, washing hands and keeping physical distances.

 

The show began with reminding people of importance of physical distancing and social distancing to reduce the spread.
Source :The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.

 

The 10-minute show shifted to messages of gratitude for medical personnel(corona warriors) in the front lines of the pandemic as well as all South Koreans for their collective efforts.⁠⠀

Corona warriors the doctors.
Drone forming water droplets and hands,depicting the importance of hand wash.

So far, South Korea has reported 13,137 confirmed coronavirus cases and 284 related deaths. The show was a delight to watch and gain a important message.

The government-organised event was not advertised in advance in consideration of physical-distancing rules. Source :The Ministry of land, infrastructure and transport.

‘Thanks to you,’ the drones wrote in the sky next to a heart shape, before forming a silhouette of the Korean Peninsula with the message: ‘Cheer up, Republic of Korea.’

Source :The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport

 

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