Drones light up Seoul as fight against COVID-19 persists
South Korea might be winning the war against COVID-19 pandemic, having reduced the number of active cases in thee country to below 1,000, but that has not stopped the Seoul Government from reminding its people that the war is still not over.
Last week, the government took 300 drones into the night sky of Seoul to thank everybody who has been involved in flattening the Coronavirus curve in the country, and exhort the public to keep observing the health guidelines like wearing masks and social distancing.
The Asian country’s Coronavirus curve peaked at 13,181 cases, but it has since gone down to about 980 active cases. South Korea lost 285 lives to the pandemic.
The drone show – called Thanks and Hope – ran for ten minutes, and you can watch it here: