The pilot “discharged” a huge syringe in the sky in honor of vaccination against COVID-19

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German pilot Sammy Kramer drew a huge syringe in the sky over Germany in support of the vaccination starting on December 27 in the country.

The action took place on Wednesday, December 23rd. To implement it, the 20-year-old aviation artist had to fly 200 km on his Diamond DA20 Katana light aircraft.

At the same time, the young pilot told the Südkurier newspaper that it took him only 30 minutes to prepare, and the flight itself lasted about an hour and a half.

“I entered the route I planned to fly into the GPS device. It didn’t take long <...> I like to follow straight lines and leave messages to people. It’s better than a pointless flight, ”he explained.

As noted by the publication, before that Kramer painted only emoticons and memes in the sky.

This is not the first message in the sky related to the coronavirus. Flight tracking service Flightradar24 posted on Twitter three more works by aviation artists, including a call to comply with the Stay Home quarantine, as well as a gesture in support of medical workers amid the pandemic.

On March 26, a pilot from the Moscow region decided to remind the Russians to stay at home while fighting the coronavirus infection, and wrote in the sky “Take care of yourself – stay at home.”

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