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A cafe in Bangkok uses a pulley system to serve coffee and accept cash in an effort to practice social distancing amid the coronavirus outbreak.

A video by the café Art of Coffee in Bangkok and an article by Reuters confirms that the cafe used a pulley system to practice social distancing.

In the wake of coronavirus pandemic, Art of Coffee, a cafe in Thailand has started using a pulley system to serve coffee and collect cash in an effort to limit contact between staff and customers. The cafe has also put up a sign saying it prefers electronic payments rather than cash so that staff do not have to handle notes and coins.

The cafe has posted a video of its pulley system on its Facebook account.

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