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Thai artist takes fight against COVID-19 to the streets

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Bangkok, May 29 (EFE/EPA).- Thai street artist who goes by the name Muebon, or Restless Hands, has paid tribute to the fight against the coronavirus with murals depicting winged-characters dressed as a health workers shutting the door on the coronavirus. The artist Muebon said he wanted to highlight the fight against the coronavirus, hoping to do his part by reminding people that the battle is ongoing. Thailand has relaxed stringent lockdown measures allowing certain businesses, to resume operations, after the number of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. (Camera: DIEGO AZUBEL). SHOT LIST: GRAFFITI MURALS SHOWING A WINGED-CHARACTERS DRESSED AS HEALTH WOKERS CLOSING THE DOOR ON THE CORONAVIRUS BY THAI STREET ARTIST 'MUEBON' ON WALLS IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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