More kids wear social distancing wings on return to school

Primary school kids in China continue to be safety trendsetters, showing up to school with 1-meter wings.
On their first day back to class on Monday following the coronavirus hiatus, fourth-graders at a primary school in the Shanxi capital of Taiyuan were asked to wear meter-long wings on their back to reinforce epidemic prevention precautions against getting too close to one another.
Made with the help of their parents, the social distancing wings are emblazoned with color, feathers, and public safety messages.

Heres video of the kids:

The idea first popped up at a primary school in Hangzhou last week. Earlier another Hangzhou primary school came up with social distancing hats for the same purpose.



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