Research shows that population-wide use of face masks combined with lockdowns could prevent further waves of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The study also shows that even 德扑圈apphomemade masks with limited effectiveness can dramatically reduce transmission rates if worn by enough people, regardless of whether they show symptoms.
The monkey in this video appears to have taken the advice to heart. On Tuesday, Indian Forest Services officer Susanta Nanda shared the video which shows the animal examining a piece of cloth. After looking at it carefully, he flings it onto his head and wraps it around his neck in a gesture that has left social media users amused.
"After seeing head scarfs being used as face masks," wrote Mr Nanda while sharing the video. Take a look:
Since being shared on the microblogging platform, the video has collected nearly 17,000 views and a ton of amused comments.
"The way he/she swung that scarf; that was full Mithun Chakraborty," wrote one person in the comments section.
"Since police has started issuing challans for those who don't wear masks, he is also trying to comply with that order," another joked.
"The way it swung the scarf on its left shoulder is sooo human," a Twitter user remarked.
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