Burj Khalifa lights up with ‘Stay at home’ reminder in different languages


Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, lit up with the “Stay at home” message translated in different languages, urging the public to practice the preventive measure amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The 2,716.5 feet-tall skyscraper beamed with the vital reminder encouraging everyone to follow the quarantine protocol in a bid to stop the further spread of COVID-19.

“Stay at home” was translated to various languages, including Filipino — “Manatili sa bahay”.

In its Twitter account, Burj Khalifa also reminded everyone that “We are all in this together” along with the hashtag #Stayhome.

As of Saturday, the Philippines has recorded 803 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 54 deaths and 31 recoveries.

UAE, on the other hand, has 405 positive cases, 2 deaths, and 52 recoveries. 

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