Video: World's Largest Socially Distant Protest

Video: World's Largest Socially Distant Protest

The measures to put down the spread of coronavirus has social distancing on top. While the world countries are still fighting the coronavirus, in an update that shows the same world is getting back to normalcy or already got emotionally numb to the virus, the people in Israel have been protesting against their Prime Minister.

The gatherings and group events are prohibited worldwide amid coronavirus scare, but here are more than 2000 people in Israel protesting against their prime minister Netanyahu on his undemocratic declarations and corruption.

But the people in this 'Black Flag' protest have not given up the social distancing rule, as they maintained a strict 6 feet distance between any two at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv in Israel. They have used marked spots to maintain the mandatory six feet distance and also face masks while they protest.

This is the first largest socially distant protest in coronavirus times and it grabbed all the eyes from the world for their protest with responsibility. Many were seen ridiculing their way and time to protest as they say the virus can't understand the politics or the corruption, but there is an equally good number of people appreciating the spirit to oppose the corruption of Netanyahu.