To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, which affects more than 4.2 million people worldwide, health experts appear to be instructing people to distance themselves from each other.
A newspaper in the European country of Finland also published a unique type of advertisement to make people understand the importance of social distances.
Which can only be read correctly when the reader is at least 6 feet away from the ad.
Yes, the Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat published a unique advertisement that is impossible to read closely.
According to the digital advertising agency The Stable, the Finnish newspaper published a unique advertisement that could not be read closely, using modern visual methods under optical vision.
The Finnish, Russian and English language newspaper ran a single page on its English-language newspaper with a single advertisement on the importance of social distances.
In the advertisement, the newspaper instructed the people to stay away from each other and said that only by staying away from each other will everyone be safe.
In publishing the said advertisement, the newspaper management used such technology that no one can read the said advertisement closely and in doing so, only the visuals are seen instead of the words of the advertisement being seen by the close person.
It is impossible to read the ad closely
However, reading the same ad from a distance of 6 feet not only made the words of the advertisement clear but also made it easier for people to read the advertisement.
Neyman Lab, an American company, also tweeted about the publication of a unique advertisement by the newspaper and then the whole world started talking about the advertisement of the newspaper and the untouched idea of the newspaper was appreciated.
According to the newspaper administration, although health professionals are also giving instructions on social distances and most people in Finland are also following these instructions.
However, many people were not following these instructions, which is why the newspaper decided to publish an untouched advertisement.
As of the afternoon of May 13, only 6,000 people had been affected by Corona in Finland, and the death toll from the epidemic had risen to 275.
As of the afternoon of May 13, the total number of people infected with Corona worldwide was more than 4.26 million, while the death toll had risen to 292,000.