Comedian Atul Khatri has come up with an out of the box and quirky idea to show his covid vaccination certificate. Take a look.
Atul Khatri wearing his T-shirt
The coronavirus pandemic isn’t over yet but “since travel has restarted,” comedian Atul Khatri has come up with a brilliant plan. This might sound hilarious but Atul Khatri actually got his Covid-19 vaccination certificate printed on his tee. Why? Well, you will get to know soon. Just read on.
Atul, on Monday, took to Instagram to share a photo of himself wearing a white tee with his Covid-19 vaccination certificate printed on it. In the caption, Atul mentioned that he is “tired of showing” his vaccination certificate every time at airports and hotels since travel has restarted. So, he came up with this idea.
Some Indian states have removed travel restrictions that were imposed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As more people get inoculated against Covid-19, vaccination proof is required to travel for both rail and air transportation.
“Since travel has restarted, was tired of showing my Covid Certificate at airports, hotels etc, so made this. What an idea Sirji,” he wrote in the caption of his post.
See Atul Khatri’s post here:
Atul’s post has gone viral on social media and collected thousands of likes.
See the comments here:
Atul Khatri launched a series called Only Positive News last year to spread positivity and humour in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. His stand-up comedy videos garner millions of views online.
As far as Covid numbers are concerned, India has recorded 35,499 new coronavirus cases and 447 deaths in the last 24 hours, according to data shared by the Union Health Minister on Monday. The active caseload of the country has declined by 4,634 in the last 24 hours and the cumulative caseload now stands at 4,02,188.
ALSO READ: Amul congratulates Neeraj Chopra with animated doodle after athlete’s gold win at Olympics
ALSO READ: This shop in Surat is selling Fanta omelette.Viral video disgusts Internet
Click here for IndiaToday.in’s complete coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.