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Robot reminds Japan shoppers to wear masks

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'Robovie' the robot works at a sports shop in the Japanese city of Osaka, where he usually directs shoppers to what they are looking for. But during the pandemic, he has a new task – reminding customers who are not wearing a mask to put one on, and asking people to keep their distance when queuing.

Added on the 19/11/2020 17:24:22 - Copyright : AFP EN

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