Netflix's Korean web series Squid Game is all the rage everywhere – it has become a global phenomenon and is quite literally the only show on everyone's lips for the time being. And everyone is looking to cash in, too, on its insane popularity. The latest to piggyback on its coattails is the Indian Railways (yup, we kid you not), who've found a novel concept to ensure passengers adhere to COVID-19 norms, with the deadly diseases still not having completely being eradicated.
Using the iconic giant doll from the first task of Squid Game, but with a twist where the doll is shown wearing a protective mask, Indian Railways posted three rules for all commuters to follow and 'Win the game against COVID-19':
- Get yourself vaccinated
- Always wear mask in public places
- Frequently use sanitizer
Adding to the creativity, the by now famous masked guards of the Netflix K-drama series are show standing at a distance of 2 gaz (yards) each from the doll, maintaining the required social distance. Plus, in an ingenious display, guest star Gong Yoo, known for playing ddakji, holds a red envelope that read: “I am vaccinated,” and the signature Dalgona candy in lead actor’s Lee Jung-jae’s hand is swapped for a sanitizer bottle. Check out the tweet by the Ministry of Railways below:
Pretty smartly done by Indian Railways, isn't it?
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