Visitors wear facekinis to water park to prevent Covid-19 spread

Typically worn by women of a certain age in Qingdao to protect their skin from the suns damaging rays, the facekini has found new life amid Chinas attempt to return to normalcy while also preventing another coronavirus outbreak.
At a recently reopened water park in the city of Wuhan, several visitors were spotted sporting the facekini  a distinctive form of face-covering swimwear  as a way of trying to enjoy the parks attractions while also avoiding spreading their spittle around.

The water park has been restricted to 30 percent capacity while visitors need to have their temperature checked and health QR code scanned to enter.
Sadly, wearing a facekini is not yet a requirement.



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