Apart from doing its regular policing jobs, ever since COVID-19 struck, the Police departments across India have now become the cynosure of all eyes, after their video on washing hands and other awareness clips turned a global hit. The authorities are relying on social media platforms to keep the citizens updated on guidelines and precautionary measures. Also Read - Amitabh Bachchan COVID-19 Positive Health Update: Hospital Says He's Stable

Kerala Police on Friday, come out with a new video – ‘don’t be a joker’ and within an hour after it was put out, the 1.19-minute long video got more than 200 retweets. The video has been shot in the office of the State Police headquarters. Also Read - Coronavirus in Delhi: Capital Witnesses Steep Decline in Active COVID-19 Cases

Here’s another video from Kerala Police

Where everyone is being asked to use a hand sanitizer, wear a mask and wash their hands frequently, Bengaluru Police have come up with an interesting way to increase the practice washing hands.

@blrcitypoliceAs a part of ##ArrestCorona initiative, Bengaluru City Police to help drive Corona virus away! Demonstrating on personal hygiene and social distancing♬ original sound – BENGALURUCITYPOLICE

Mumbai Police‘s social media handle is on point

It is a good way to spread awareness. What do you think?

More than 24,000 deaths due to Coronavirsu from across the globe have been reported from across the globe so far. In India, over 724 people have tested positive from Coronavirus and 13 deaths have been reported.