Indian man wears gold mask to avoid corona virus

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Poona: Earlier this year, the corona virus put protective masks all over the world and now all kinds of amazing masks are common. In such a situation, an Indian man has made a gold mask which is worth three lakh Indian rupees and maybe four lakh Pakistani rupees.

Shankar Karade, a resident of Pampri Chinchwad in the Indian city of Poona, now wears a golden mask made entirely of gold on his face wherever he goes. It also has tiny holes for breathing and is applied to the face with the help of strings.

Poona: Earlier this year, the corona virus put protective masks all over the world and now all kinds of amazing masks are common. In such a situation, an Indian man has made a gold mask which is worth three lakh Indian rupees and maybe four lakh Pakistani rupees.

Shankar Karade, a resident of Pampri Chinchwad in the Indian city of Poona, now wears a golden mask made entirely of gold on his face wherever he goes. It also has tiny holes for breathing and is applied to the face with the help of strings….

This gold mask is very thin and according to Shankar they have no difficulty in breathing. On the other hand, the number of people infected with the corona virus in India has exceeded 600,000 and the death toll is more than 18,000. In Poona alone, the number of patients has reached 6,000 so far and 275 people have died.

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