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Published 19.06.2020 14:32
In Bolivia, storekeepers have installed hand washers at the entrance to supermarkets.
Customers must wash their hands before entering the establishments to prevent the spread of Covid-19. They are foot-operated washing hands basins to prevent people from touching the taps.
Published 15.06.2020 09:42
In Costa Rica, a beachwear company is manufacturing masks against Covid-19.
The Sed de Mar company changed its routine because of the pandemic and has been making reusable masks with prints that characterize Costa Rica. The company uses anti-fluid fabric, with liquid repellency and Dry Fit technology to minimize moisture. Because of the new job, the company hired more employees.
Published 06.06.2020 10:34
In Ecuador, clothing stores reopen with fitting room rules to prevent Covid-19 contamination.
The new rules include: a person who permanently supervises the good use of the changing rooms, only one person can enter at a time and washing the hands before entering is mandatory, in addition, customers must keep at least two meters separation in the queue
Published 27.04.2020 12:26
In Germany, chancellor Angela Merkel announced a lockdown exit plan.
It includes allowing smaller stores and bookstores to reopen in April and schools to reopen in early May. Germany has been one of the fastest European countries to react to the pandemic with test and isolation. It has implemented a large-scale test strategy in comparison to other countries in Europe.
Published 27.04.2020 11:25
Spanish startup Glovo offers free home delivery of pharmacy products.
Glovo is an on-demand delivery app platform. The platform announced in March that it was temporarily eliminating the cost of shipping of those pharmacy products that do not require a prescription to prevent people from leaving home.
Published 26.04.2020 21:36
Kenya introduced the ban on imports of second-hand clothing to curb the coronavirus infection.
Most of the clothing, which is known as Mitumba, comes from China and Pakistan, which the government said are the reasons for stopping imports. However, the measure is also explained by the need to improve sales of locally made clothes, which dropped since the crisis.

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