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  • DRGN mocks unclear COVID-19 rules to offer light relief
  • DRGN mocks unclear COVID-19 rules to offer light relief
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DRGN mocks unclear COVID-19 rules to offer light relief

Stay at home but go to work. Go outside but don’t go outside. Since lockdown easing began in the UK, much of the nation has been left confused by authorities' inconsistent advice. Aiming to offer some light relief from it all, DRGN is poking fun at the messaging in its OOH campaign.

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