The coronavirus pandemic made our lives pretty difficult, while some had to visit hospitals after getting infected with COVID-19, some managed to save themselves from the virus but for this, they had to remain indoors and this also affected their mood in a negative manner. Usually people tend to go out of houses almost on a daily basis but because of COVID-19, many preferred to go out only if very necessary.
Now the situation in the country is a little better and if we leave aside 2-3 states, things seem to get better with each passing day. Moreover, it appears that with vaccination in full swing, we will certainly defeat COVID-19. However, this doesn’t mean that people can be completely careless and stop following the COVID-19 safety protocols and unfortunately, this is something which is happening in many cities including the hill stations such as Manali, Nainital, Mussoorie, Shimla, etc.
Many photos of these tourist places are going viral in which tourists are seen in huge numbers on the streets and leave aside maintaining social distancing, they don’t even care to wear masks. What is more shocking is that these people are educated adults who are flouting the COVID-19 norms and on the other hand, a kid from Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, was seen asking people to wear masks.
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The video of the boy was posted online by a social media user and it went viral instantly. What made people love the kid more was the fact that the boy is so poor that he couldn’t afford slippers but he still tried to spread awareness.
Here are some Twitter reactions from the online users who praised the kid:
This kid in Dharamshala took matters into his own hands when he saw tourists violating an important Covid protocol… 😷 pic.twitter.com/z7ZWQOI3yF
— Brut India (@BrutIndia) July 7, 2021
— मुकुल यादव (यदुवंशी)🇮🇳 (@Yadavji_) July 6, 2021
This little kid at Dharamshala Himachal Pradesh wearing mask himself and enquiring people not wearing masks about their masks .
And look at reaction of #COVIDIOTS 😡
This little kid is behaving like a responsible citizen than these "educated" looking people.
Kudos to little kid👏 pic.twitter.com/isoDlQSGAS
— THE BONE DOCTOR OF J&K Dr Vikas Padha🇮🇳 (@DrVikasPadha) July 6, 2021
Doesn't the people walking through does have sense? You are the people who are a sin to society.
A small kid should ask you to wear mask? Don't they have social responsibility? https://t.co/GPjjhxRY39
— True nationalist🇮🇳 (@True_natlist) July 6, 2021
The child celebrity of McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala who in his unique style was videographed asking tourists to wear masks.
Master Amit Kumar, age 5 years.
Parents' occupation = balloon sellers.
— Pradeep Sangwan (@iPradeepSangwan) July 7, 2021
The boy is just 5 yrs old and his name is Amit; soon after the video went viral, the local police also got in action and they made Amit a mascot for the COVID-19 protocols.
The local police presented Amit with a pahari cap, energy drinks and some snacks and as the boy is poor and sells balloons to support his family, some online users also helped him monetarily.
This is how people praised the step taken by the cops:
Finally something nice happend https://t.co/zmgq19ggWI
— Ashutosh (@ucalledashu) July 8, 2021
He is the difference between educated and literate ✔️ https://t.co/d0Pn0lGT8D
— Loki (@loki_bhatt) July 8, 2021
Bravo kid ❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/8JAsWj1Lap
— Nikhil Arora (@nikhilirm) July 8, 2021
After a video of 5y/o boy named Amit scolding people for not wearing masks on a crowded street in Himachal Pradesh's Dharamshala went viral, the local police made him their mascot for coronavirus protocols.
This kid is awesome 😊🙏 pic.twitter.com/MUvLwxKRio
— Tushar Kant Naik 🇮🇳ॐ♫₹ (@Tushar_KN) July 8, 2021
— Riya Vandana Minz (@RiyaMinz) July 8, 2021
What cops should have been doing , this kid was doing. Lol ! https://t.co/EcJepsAapX
— Mariner Capt.Sanjay 🇮🇳 (@sharsanj) July 8, 2021
The true little champ.
— 3 पेग डाउन (@JainVisphotak) July 8, 2021
Hopefully, people will learn a thing or two from this little COVID warrior and follow all the safety guidelines so that India does not have to face the third wave of COVID-19.