Chinese woman decided to protect herself from coronavirus with a toy carFebruary 11, 2020
A resident of China because of the coronavirus decided to use a radio-controlled car to buy food
In China, a local resident uses a radio-controlled toy SUV to buy and deliver groceries to her home. According to CGTN, Chen Tao thus decided to get rid of the need to go outside during an outbreak of coronavirus. A video of such a raid was published on the channel’s YouTube channel.
To transport products, the car was equipped with a small platform. Two cameras and a speaker were installed on the typewriter in order to transmit messages from the hostess to sellers. To get to the store, you need to drive about 400 meters. After each trip, the woman disinfects the toy car.
A new coronavirus was discovered in the Chinese city of Wuhan, Hubei Province in mid-December 2019. At the moment, it is known about 42 638 infected and over 1000 dead. On January 22, 2020, quarantine was introduced in Wuhan and neighboring cities – the authorities, in particular, stopped public transport, and also closed the city for entry and exit. To date, cases have been reported in the USA, Canada, Germany, Sweden, Australia, Spain, South Korea, Japan, Finland, the United Arab Emirates and other countries.
Today it became known that Nissan may suspend the production of its cars at the plant in St. Petersburg in March this year. It is reported by TASS with reference to a representative of the car concern. According to him, this can happen if the production of auto components at the company’s enterprises in China is not resumed. Downtime was introduced at component manufacturing plants after an outbreak of coronavirus.
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