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Anxious Chinese Travellers Appeared Wearing Plastic Bottles To Protect Themselves From Coronavirus

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Anxious Chinese Travellers Appeared Wearing Plastic Bottles To Protect Themselves From Coronavirus

Supplies of face masks are gradually running out in China!


The Chinese people have started putting on plastic containers and bags over their faces in a bid to protect themselves from the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

Photos have emerged on social media, showing the desperate measures the people of China are taking to avoid the deadly disease which has killed an estimated 175 people.

The Chinese people have started putting on plastic containers and bags over their faces in a bid to protect themselves from coronavirus

A picture shows a family, which included a little baby being carried in a harness wearing plastic bags while walking through the airport.

Another photo shows a woman with a plastic water container from her head to her face at the Vancouver Airport. A man was equally spotted wearing a motorcycle helmet for protection in a flight from Shanghai to Perth.



Photos have emerged on social media, showing the desperate measures the people of China are taking to avoid the deadly disease

A fellow passenger, Marina Jambrina in an interview with the Western Australian said most people on board were putting on face masks.

‘When I transferred to Shanghai, almost every person at the airport had a mask on. I have never traveled like this before. It’s was actually terrifying.’ Jambrina added.

A photo shows a woman with a plastic water container from her head to her face at the Vancouver Airport

Accordingly, a family was also wearing plastic bags at a railways station in Hong Kong. Nevertheless, face masks are gradually running out in some Chinese cities. With the outbreak causing the death of an estimated 175 people, over 7000 people are currently affected.

A man was equally spotted wearing a motorcycle helmet for protection in a flight from Shanghai to Perth



A family including a little baby being carried in a harness wearing plastic bags

There’s presently no medication for the virus, but medical experts are suggesting that people should regularly wash their hands with soap and water before eating anything into the mouth.



Face masks are gradually running out in some Chinese cities

Easily contacted through particles of cough and sneezes, the coronavirus takes anywhere from 1 to 14 days to incubate

Easily contacted through particles of cough and sneezes, the coronavirus takes anywhere from 1 to 14 days to incubate. Believed to have originated from a market selling live animals and illegal wildlife, most of the cases in China have been in Hubei province, most especially in Wuhan.



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