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Odisha Health and Family Welfare department has collaborated with famous comic character ‘Natia’ to create awareness on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Bhubaneswar:26/3/20:The Health and Family Welfare department of Odisha government has collaborated with famous comic character ‘Natia’ to create awareness on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). An animated comedy video has also been shared on YouTube with an aim to spread awareness on the deadly virus.

The famous comic character, which has more than 2.7 million subscribers on YouTube, can be seen creating awareness among his mother, friend and neighbour regarding the novel coronavirus. In this video, Natia’s father Jatia also creates awareness on COVID-19.

The five-minute video also creates awareness on hand washing, social distancing and other government guidelines issued by the govt for the deadly virus.

In the video Natia shares four points to his viewers on COvid-19:

  1. Wash your hand for more than 20 seconds
  2. Stay inside during lockdown period
  3.  Maintain social distance
  4. Follow the 14 days quarantine period and stay isolated

The health depart has also shared the video on its official Twitter handle and the the video has 110,896 views on YouTube.

I & PR Department, Odisha@IPR_Odisha
   ଭୂତାଣୁ ସଂକ୍ରମଣରୁ ସୁରକ୍ଷିତ ରହିବା ପାଇଁ ନଟିଆର ପରାମର୍ଶ। ଘରେ ରୁହନ୍ତୁ ଏବଂ ନିହାତି ଆବଶ୍ୟକ ନଥିଲେ ଘରୁ ବାହାରନ୍ତୁ ନାହିଁ। https://youtu.be/_pSpPm3pZ9I 

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