Seoul sky lit up by drones with Covid-19 messages

Seoul sky lit up by drones with Covid-19 messages

An amazing display of messages lit up the sky in South Korea's capital, Seoul, to motivate and raise awareness against the coronavirus.

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The South Korean government did the unexpected when approximately 300 drones flew above the Han River in the city of Seoul to display important precautionary measures that should be taken to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

The messages included wearing a mask, washing or sanitising hands, and social distancing.

The ten-minute synchronised lights show also had messages to honour the country's healthcare workers and other frontliners, encouraging them to keep going. 

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The drone show was not advertised in order to avoid many people coming together to watch.

Take a look at the video below:

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