Quarantine Pass in QC leads to Adele’s Hello Video rather than government site
Here’s a semi-funny story that’s trending today. Facebook user Vannezza Aranas shared a set of photos on social media showing weird stuff happening with her Quarantine Pass’ QR code.
Check out the original post below:
Glad she took it lightly rather than be angry. She also ended the post by asking if other people’s quarantine pass QR codes led to different music videos or other websites. She also started a Spotify list where people could add their songs or videos.
Quarantine Passes have been issued and used once again as the start of the week saw the return of the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine or MECQ after the rise of COVID-19 positive cases in the Phillippines skyrocketed once more some time after dropping community quarantine status to MECQ to GCQ or General Community Quarantine.
Update: A comment from Jan Uichico:
It’s actually just a string that says Hello and a smiley.
Then people search the word hello and it just so happens that Adele’s song is the one that the search engine pushes.
It doesn’t actually go to any site per se.