2 Mozambican Women Caught Washing Used Face-masks To Resell
AS the novel coronavirus keep spreading exponentially in many country, which has led government of different Nations to adopt different strategies to curb the pandemic, which involves the use of face mask by people in order to protect one from contracting the virus, an approach that is backed by the World Health Organization (WHO)
Disgustingly, two Mozambican women said to be employed by a Chinese national, were recently caught washing used facemasks which they intended to resell to residents of Sofala province in the country.
Reports have it that the world will pick up the facemasks people where people carelessly put it after being used.
However, the enforcement agency in the country had seized the used face masks from the women which was concomitantly burned.
It is to be noted that the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Mozambique has moved to 39 with no death recorded as at the time of filing this report.
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