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Bangkok mall installs elevators with foot-operated control to fight COVID-19

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Bangkok, May 21 (EFE-EPA).- Pedals replaced the conventional buttons in elevators of a mall in northern Bangkok with an aim to contain the spread of the COVID-19 among those who use it.This pilot device, which has received praise from clients for its simplicity, is one of the health safety measures promoted by Seacon Square mall after reopening two large stores on Sunday.(Camera: NARONG SANGNAK).SHOT LIST: ELEVATORS WITH FOOT-OPERATED CONTROLS IN SEACON SQUARE SHOPPING MALL IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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