Not all superheroes wear capes – some only wear old pyjamas and regular T-shirts and stay at home when you need them. And it seems that even the superhero Superman of Cape Town is doing his thing by staying home today. Well, there’s a message in this bizarre cartoon that the Iranian Minister of Counterfeiting shares.

The curfew for Khanta announced by Prime Minister Narendra Maudie on Thursday has come into effect. In his speech to the nation on the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Maudie called on the citizens to stay home from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Sunday.

To share information and go home with a message about the curfew in Khanta, Iran published a cartoon of his stories in Instagram. It shows a woman asking Superman to do something about the coronavirus. That’s what Superman says, sitting on the couch, reading the paper:

The Iranian Union Minister Smriti shared this cartoon in Instagram.

The cartoon was created by digital product designer Nithin Suren and also distributed by the Mumbai Police. Sometimes you just have to stay home and become a superhero!

Sometimes you just have to stay home and become a superhero! # TakingOnCorona

PC – @nithinsuren pic.twitter.com/KfbWg6qymN

– Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) 21. March 2020.

This Mumbai police station collected over 3,700 Likes and nearly 1,000 Retweets – and counted them.

Now that there is a voluntary curfew, #JantaCurfew tweets and many of them tweet their support. So how do we get past Gianta’s curfew?

Also, read what people tweet as they prepare for curfew in Yanta.