The COVID-19 pandemic have made experts advise precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the Virus. One of the measures include the wearing of nosemasks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Many Institutions and businesses have followed the guidelines on the measures in preventing the spread of COVID-19. A Bank has taken a rather unique way to tell their customers to wear facemasks. The Bank chose to use humour to advise the adherence to one of the precautionary measures in prevention on COVID-19 - Facemask.
The Notice put two types of Face Masks side by side - One is a surgical mask, and the other is a robbery mask. On the notice, the surgical mask (typical for use during this Pandemic is suitable, while the robbery mask is not. It's quite a funny one. Wearing the other mask and seeking entry into the bank would raise alarm and suspicion that a robber is about to carry out an robbery at the Bank.
Here's a reminder to always wear your face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Of course, you know the one to wear, not the robbery mask which is not suitable.
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