McDonald’s Brazil Tweaks Logo to Practice ‘Social Distancing’
McDonald’s Brazil tweaked the fast-food chain’s logo to practice ‘social distancing’ amid the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Recently, the Facebook page of McDonald’s change its profile picture to a logo with the ‘M’ separated from each other. The page also updated its cover video showing the logo splitting into two and then joining back together.
The accompanying text in Portuguese reads: “Separated for a moment… to always be together,” as GMA News reported. Many netizens also express various reactions over the new look of McDonald’s used logo.
Because the virus that causes COVID-19 is highly contagious, health officials recommend that the public should practice social distancing. Avoid mass gatherings, handshakes or other body contacts.
Social distancing also includes the diversification of at least one meter from people coughing or sneezing. They cause small liquid droplets that may have a virus that can enter your body’s system when you inhale.
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