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PHOTO GALLERY: Indian social worker dress as clown to spread COVID-19 awareness


clown sanitises the slums
Sister of the social worker volunteer Ashok Kurmi (L), paints his face as he dresses like a clown before going into slums to start a sanitation work and spread awareness to follow the Covid-19 coronavirus safety protocols, at his home in Mumbai on June 2, 2021. AFP
clown sanitises the slums
Social worker volunteer Ashok Kurmi, waits for his make-up to dry as he dresses like a clown before going into slums to start a sanitation work and spread awareness to follow the Covid-19 coronavirus safety protocols, at his home in Mumbai on June 2, 2021. AFP
clown sanitises the slums
Social worker volunteer Ashok Kurmi, dressed as a clown drives on a scooter before going into slums to start a sanitation work and spread awareness to follow the Covid-19 coronavirus safety protocols, in Mumbai on June 2, 2021. AFP
clown sanitises the slums
Social worker volunteer Ashok Kurmi, dressed as a clown interacts with children while he teaches them how to follow the Covid-19 coronavirus safety protocols inside a slum area in Mumbai on June 2, 2021. AFP
clown sanitises the slums
Social worker volunteer Ashok Kurmi, dressed as a clown sprays hand sanitiser as he teaches to children how to follow the Covid-19 coronavirus safety protocols inside a slum area in Mumbai on June 2, 2021. AFP
clown sanitises the slums
Social worker volunteer Ashok Kurmi, dressed as a clown interacts with children while he sanitises a football and spread awareness to follow the Covid-19 coronavirus safety protocols inside a slum area in Mumbai on June 2, 2021. AFP
clown sanitises the slums
Social worker volunteer Ashok Kurmi, dressed as a clown interacts with children while he sanitises an area and spread awareness to follow the Covid-19 coronavirus safety protocols inside a slum area in Mumbai on June 2, 2021. AFP
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