A video has gone viral on the Web which exhibits a flock of sheep on the streets of the town of Samsun, northern Turkey. The streets have been empty since individuals have been staying indoors to interrupt the contact chain and cease the unfold of coronavirus.
Sheep take over the streets
The sheep had been being led by a shepherd and lots of on the web joked that the flock of sheep had invaded the nation. The video garnered over four million views and the web was abuzz with feedback on the sheep. The Coronavirus outbreak and subsequent lockdown in numerous elements has led to quite a few such sights, with animals being seen the place usually they would not.
Turkey has reported greater than 1,27,600 instances of coronavirus with 3,461 deaths because of the virus.
About to be file gross sales of gyros in perform stands tomorrow
— Daniel (@droachnola) May 3, 2020
So the virus was a plan by sheep to permit for a world animal takeover, or do animals already run the globe.
— Nick Hussain * (@NickHussainLFC) May 4, 2020
Is there a close-by Trump rally?
— Lee A. Richardson (@LARichardson2) May 3, 2020
81 million sheepherders in Turkey and never a single one doing his job.
— Herr Söderström (@sssgsr) May 4, 2020
Birds in my kitchen, deer on the seaside, monkeys on motorbikes stealing Toddlers, now sheep taking up Turkey… Change is coming. https://t.co/dnrDHn3AVG
— Sarah (@Sarafino1) May 4, 2020
If we had been making futuristic film, the producers would say: sheep in Turkey? Goats in Wales? Elephants in India? Nobody will consider that https://t.co/QjRUASqQUG
— Daya Mudra (@sfdaya) May 4, 2020