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French designer creates plexiglass bubbles to protect diners from coronavirus


Paris, May 28 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Christoph Petit-Tesson).- French designer Christophe Gernigon has created Plex'Eat, a plexiglass bubble to protect people from coronavirus which has been designed to be placed in restaurants, shops and public spaces.FOOTAGE OF THE PLEX'EAT PROTOTYPE IN PARIS.

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