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Coffee Shop Uses Pulley To Follow Social Distancing Rules
1546  Light Myanmar 
A cafe is using a clever pulley system to follow social distancing rules while serving customers during the coronavirus outbreak.
The owner of the coffee shop in Bangkok, Thailand, started using the rope and carts earlier this month as the country's Covid-19 cases reached more than 300.
It allowed them to follow the government's social distancing guidelines for people to maintain 1.5 metres away from each other and limit physical contact.
With cases in the country continuing to increase and reaching 1,045 today (March 26), the cafe's pulley system has proved to be an intuitive prevention measure.
They can now continue to operate their takeout business while reducing the risk of customers and staff contracting the disease through physical contact.

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