With the rise of COVID-19 cases in India, in the state of Maharashtra, Mumbai Police has used emojis to share a message to the public in a unique manner, and that has triggered social media users. All one needs to do is figure out what it says.
Twitterati has cracked the code within the comment section and responded.
A twitter user @MMSBist posted: "5-9 out for work. 9-5 at home. Nice one!!"
It comprises only emojis but Mumbai Police has assured that "accountable Mumbaikars" will have the ability to make sense of it.
"Accountable Mumbaikars know what this message means," Mumbai Police said within the tweet.
Another user @DattaramKhadye tweeted: "Excellent and innovative idea. We are with you."
With the assistance of emoticons, Mumbai Police defined when an individual can step out and curfew timings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The tweet has collected over 1,500 likes, and several people have shared their comments and answers.
Commenting on the Mumbai police's twitter handle,@jineshbhagdev tweeted: "This made my day... This shows how sporting Mumbai Police is. Thank you for all your services. You guys are doing a great job.”
New coronavirus cases in Mumbai spiked by 1,201 to 85,326 on Monday. The loss of life toll rose by 39 to 4,935 according to the recent studies. India has now crossed Russia to become one of the worst-hit by the novel coronavirus pandemic. To this point, India has recorded over 600,000 novel coronavirus cases.