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A sweeper’s original message about the coronavirus goes viral in Russia

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The neighbors of a building in the city of Khimki, Moscow region, dawned with a big message made with leaves of trees that said “wear masks” near the building.

In Russia it is autumn and the trees as every year have once again left a carpet of yellow leaves in the streets that are picked up by sweepers working in different areas.

Apparently, one of them decided to remind the neighbors where he works to use bioprotective measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Neighbors of the building appreciated the message and even described it as a tender gesture.

Sweeper's original message about the coronavirus
Sweeper’s original message about the coronavirus. Message from VK, translated into English

In recent weeks, coronavirus cases in Russia have increased and Moscow authorities have announced that control measures should be intensified so that residents continue to use all recommended bioprotective measures.

As of October 15, the Moscow region has recorded a total of 79,119 cases of coronavirus.

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