Apart from washing your hands, social distancing measures help prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. Even toddlers should follow these rules, but enforcing them is a difficult task.
Primary schools in China have come up with creative ways to solve the problem with self-made distance aids. Primary school children in Taiyuan, China, in the northern Shanxi province, wear wings in the classrooms, on the school corridors, and during early morning exercise together. The wings help them to keep the 1.5-meter safety distance better and thus minimize the risk of infection.
School children in Hangzhou designed hats that measure 1 meter (3.2 feet) across as a lesson in coronavirus safety practices. The hats all have two wing-like flaps and the children were allowed to add their own creative embellishments.
Find out more about the project here.