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Weird world of coronavirus as shoppers wear crazy outfits to brave the supermarket

The Sun


IT can be hard to maintain distance between people when in a busy supermarket during the coronavirus lockdown.

But some inventive shoppers have found a way to stay safe and keep themselves  protected from catching the deadly bug.

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Shoppers across the world have found everyday household items such as bin bags and plastic bottles to be a reliable barrier from other supermarket shoppers.

While some people taped black bin bags to themselves, others wore gas masks and snorkelling goggles to make sure they stay out of harms way.

But with the number of cases rising people found that they would not leave anything up to fate as they cover themselves head-to-toe in plastic bags.

No doubt their time in isolation has helped with their creative protection gear!

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