Hong Kong is one of the few countries in the world that have trams as one of the state’s main mass transportation system. Though we can’t say the same since the outbreak of the pandemic. In fact, public transportation, in general, has be shunned in the Asia’s most densely populated countries.
All over the world, both businesses and individuals have came up with ingenious, and often hilarious solutions, to maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet from each other. Burger King in Germany is no different.
Life, moving forward, would revolve around wearing face mask and social distancing. The latter is the hardest, but not if Italian company IKR Multimedia can help it. The music creation hardware and software maker has created a wearable device that will ensure safe distancing is maintained.
You know in some apocalyptic movies, they have scenes of drones keeping people indoors (for whatever reasons)? Fortunately, we are not there, yet. Though, it is kind of happening in China and now, in Singapore.
So, you need head out to grab some essentials. You head out armed yourself with a face mask and sanitizer in your holster, but at the store, some dumb dumb just don’t know how to keep the all-important social distancing.
So, you think social distancing is bullshit? Well, we ask that you think again and also ask that you watch New York Times‘ brilliant 3D simulation which demonstrated why social dismantling is of utmost importance.
The U.S. government and medical experts on communicable diseases have implored residents of the U.S. to commit to social distancing to halt the spread of the coronavirus. And as social distancing is at play, businesses are paying the inevitable price and by businesses, it includes, well, lap dance club.
SnapCell is proud to announce the launch of its innovative 360-degree spin display, Snap360. Due to the unprecedented emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic, companies in every industry have had to adapt to social distancing measures.
There are many new normal forced upon us due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New norms include face mask, social distancing, washing hands more often than usual, drive-in strip club, and now, drive-in, ermm, haunted house?
With the pandemic showing no sign of slowing down, let alone stopping, it calls for a new normal. Part of the new normal is continual social distancing and donning of face mask. In Japan, something else is happening too.