The number of people infected with Covid-19 has been increasing day by day and as of now, the total number of infected people globally is 90,823 with 3,122 reported deaths.
In that amount, 80,151 cases are from China, so it is a given that China would be in lockdown and businesses will be shut. Recently, a bubble tea shop has reopened amid the Covid-19 outbreak, and they have taken precautions to make sure that customers are satisfying their boba addiction safely.
According to This is Hunan on Facebook, this hot bubble tea shop has recently reopened on Huangxing Road, Changsha and if you want to buy some of that sweet, sweet bubble tea, you would have to follow a few rules.
Everyone is required to wear a face mask and you would have to stand at about 1.5m away from the person in front of you. Don’t worry though, you won’t have to use a measurement tape as they have already measured out the distance and have pasted yellow markers on the ground for the customers to follow.
When you’re in line, some staff members will come and check your temperature as well with a handheld thermal thermometer. Other than that, they will disinfect the tea packages and according to China News, some customers queued for 1 to 2 hours just to be able to get to their favourite boba.
This bubble tea shop definitely improvised, adapted and overcame. We hope the conditions improve soon so that daily life can be resumed!
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