Wearing masks and maintaining social distancing has become the new normal these days. Given a drastic surge in Covid-19 cases in all corners of the country, people have started adopting new and creative measures to keep at a gap of six feet between each other. Yes, it is a challenge to maintain the distance even in ordinary situations like dining at restaurants or waiting at the traffic signals. Anand Mahindra says some social distancing techniques are hazardous. Anand Gopal Mahindra is an Indian billionaire businessman, and the chairman of Mahindra Group, a Mumbai-based business conglomerate.
However, some social distancing techniques can do more harm than good, and Anand Mahindra has spread the same message in his latest post on Twitter today.
The picture shared by the Mahindra group chairman showed two motorcyclists travelling at a distance from each other by placing a ladder around their necks. Though the picture is not a new one to get viral on the internet, the message that has been spread through it makes it more relevant at this time.
“Brought a smile to my face even in these trying times. Some social distancing techniques may be more hazardous than protective,” Anand Mahindra captioned his post.
The post, which has now gone viral on the internet, garnered many likes and comments, with social media users praising Anand Mahindra for using a creative technique to spread the message of social distancing.
“Here is one perfect social distancing,” a Twitter user said.
The coronavirus situation in India continues to remain grim. According to the latest update by the Union Health Ministry issued on Friday morning, the country recorded 3,86,452 fresh Covid-19 cases, which take the overall caseload to 1,87,62,976.