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#Twitter Trends: Man wears a beak-shaped mask to eat rice as COVID-19 cases rise again.

 

The COVID-19 virus’s limitations and the safety precautions we all had to take led many people to apply their ingenuity and adapt to living with the virus. People started using the internet for everything, including professional meetings and university classes while becoming less likely to eat out. Now, as China struggles with a new COVID-19 outbreak, a funny video of a man-eating while sporting a beak-shaped mask has reappeared online. 

A man is seen wearing what appears to be a cardboard mask in the footage posted on Twitter. The mask, which has been held in place by threads, also opens like a bird’s beak as the guy opens his mouth, enabling him to eat comfortably. He is seen picking up some rice and salad with chopsticks and eating it while wearing a distinctive mask. 

The caption stated, “Bulls like me munch on equities today despite the COVID’s worries after donning a mask.” Of course, there were other people to come up with clever ways to get around the COVID-19 curbs. 

See the Viral tweet here. 

A restaurant in Kolkata began providing face masks with a zipper in the year 2020 so that patrons could dine without being concerned about catching the illness. Customers that visited Wokies, a restaurant with a 2-D concept, received special masks that could be worn as they consumed food. The masks were not only distinctive, but the restaurant also gave them away for free to customers. 

Somoshree Sengupta, the restaurant’s proprietor, indicated that diners could choose whether or not to keep the mask. Customers receive it from us at no additional cost. “But it’s not required; they can choose not to wear it,” she added. After the pandemic spread worldwide, many people began to avoid eating out. 

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