These anti-tourism ads will leave you in splits

Volcano eruptions in Hawaii | File Photo: Reuters

As a measure to flatten the curve of COVID-19 disease spread, many nations are urging tourists to avoid venturing to popular destinations in their country.

To put across the point in a more entertaining manner, American television program hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, The Daily Show (Now running as The Social Distancing Show), has created a hilarious anti-tourism ad campaign for popular American destinations.

“Florida, Alaska, and Hawaii are trying to discourage tourism, so we made them some ads to help get the word out,” they wrote.

Each ad begins with picturesque view the destination which soon turns into a series of scary shots of volcanoes, and more. Watch the campaign here:

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