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Mall In Thailand Replaces Lift Buttons With Paddles

Mall In Thailand Replaces Lift Buttons With Paddles

Hakim Hassan

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The lifts in Bangkok Seacon Square, one of the many shopping centres in the heart of Thailand has taken a unique approach to reduce the spread of Covid-19.

They’ve installed pedals on their lifts so users can use their feet to go a particular floor rather than using their hands to press the button.

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Picture Credit: Seacon Square Facebook

Although they were surprised at first, customers were reported to have welcomed this move as it’s seen as an ingenious way to encourage shoppers to spend again while still adhering to preventive measures.

Thailand started to open their retail sector on 17 May as the number of cases has slowed down.

As of 21 May, the number stands at 3,034 cases and 56 deaths.


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