Kids explain importance of social distancing with domino effect using bricks. Must-watch video

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The novel coronavirus outbreak has impacted the lives of people all around the world. According to health officials, the only solution for dealing with this new virus is social distancing. Because of this, countries have implemented lockdowns and urged people to stay inside their homes.

In fact, several videos emphasising the importance of social distancing have been doing rounds on the internet. One such clip by a group of small kids is also going viral and has left the internet amazed.

Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Parveen Kaswan took to Twitter to share this incredible creation by the kids. In it, the children can be seen explaining the importance of social distancing with the help of bricks in the most simple way.

Take a look:

As the video begins, one can see how the kids have arranged bricks in a spiral pattern. Then one boy, acting as the teacher of the class, starts explaining and says, “Maan lo yeh saare aadmi hain aur ek aadmi mein corona hai. Maan lo yeh pehla aadmi hai, doosre teesre chauthe ko kaise beemar karta hai tum khud dekho (Consider all these bricks as men and one of them has corona (Covid-19). Now see, how this one man infects all these other men).”

Demonstrating the domino effect, he pushes one brick and as a result all others fall after coming in contact with it. Then the boy goes, “Samajh mein aaya corona kaise failta hai (Now you understand how corona (Covid-19) spreads)?”

As all the other kids agree, one of them asks how one can protect themselves from the virus. To give the answer, they start another experiment. In the second part, he pushes the bricks once again, but one person removes a brick from the middle to stop the chain effect of the virus. Proving how social distancing helps break the chain.

Within few minutes, the video quickly managed to garner around 3.4k views and was liked a lot by the netizens. Here’s what people are saying:

This clip is truly incredible.

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