Teenage Indian Couple Practices Social Distancing In Public To Avoid Being Spotted By Relatives
Teenage Indian Couple Practices Social Distancing In Public To Avoid Being Spotted By Relatives

Teenage Indian Couple Practices Social Distancing In Public To Avoid Being Spotted By Relatives

Local 18 year teenage couple Naveen and Rohit are doing their best to keep their young romance alive amongst the Covid-19 outbreak. However this is not why they’ve kept their social distance at a healthy range.

“I can’t be spotted with Rohit when I’m out in public,” explains Naveen.

“So we keep a 1.5 m gap when we’re travelling in public to make sure no one can see we’re on a date.”

“I’d rather catch Coronavirus than have my Dad find out I was hooking up with Rohit instead of studying at the library with friends.”

Rohit talks us through a close call, where social distancing saved their lives.

“Naveen was walking 2 metres in front of me when her aunty spotted her at the shops.” he explains.

“Luckily social distancing ensured there was no way to tell we were on a date and we met up a few minutes later.”

“Social distancing saves lives.”

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