Coronavirus-Shaped Hailstones Rain In Mexico, People Call It A ‘Sign From God’

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At a time when the entire world is suffering physically, mentally, and financially due to the coronavirus, we could seriously use some divine intervention to help us get out of this mess!

Speaking of which, people of Mexico have probably received a ‘sign from God’ already. According to a report by Mirror UK, coronavirus-shaped hailstones recently rained in Mexico and people think that it is a “sign from the almighty” to stay home.

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The hailstones were round in shape with spikes – very similar looking to what the coronavirus has been interpreted to look like.

The incident occurred in Montemorelos in Mexico.

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According to the Meteorologist and Consultant of the World Meteorological Organisation, hailstones of this shape is quite normal, reports Daily Mail.

“Inside a storm, a hailstone will start as a small spherical form and accumulate layers of ice on top. So what is falling is a squashed disk of ice, smashed into that shape by a violent blow or the fusing of different sized hailstones, which results in this star shape.”

People on the internet are considering these hailstones as a sign from God. One person said, “Yesterday coronavirus hailstone, God sent it to our home to remind us to stay put.”

Another asked, “Is this a subliminal message from our creator?”

Here’s a video of the hailstorm in Mexico:

It wasn’t just Mexico, but Nepal and China too had similar hailstorms.

Remaining indoors during the pandemic is essential, with or without a sign from God. However, for those who are rule-breakers yet superstitious, such ‘interventions’ help!

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