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The airline passenger is spotted with a full plastic covering, gloves or mittens about the corona virus fears

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When a deadly viral outbreak, such as the corona virus, it kills, and sickens hundreds of people, and the officials of the health can often be an incentive for the public to wear surgical masks to prevent the spread of the disease. How do surgical masks really work?

Corona virus fears have reached new heights recently, when two of the passengers were seen covering their bodies completely in plastic, as the wearing of masks and gloves in a race.

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In the pictures uploaded to Twitter of the two of them are sitting next to each other in the aisle and middle seat. No one else in the three-second video appears to be wearing a mask or other similar products.

“At this time, behind me on the plane. If you are super scared of #corona virus #COVID2019,” the woman is captured in an unusual shot.

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Anonymous, some of which were recorded by a fellow passenger, a Twitter user identifying herself as Alyssa, who was flying back from Sydney to Hamilton Island, the Daily Mail reported. For the specific airline with which they flew was not detected.

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The reactions of the passengers, extreme precautions have been divided, with some claiming that the two of them just to protect themselves. Others poked fun at the full-length album, plastic outfits.

Even though the passengers on the precautions seemed extreme to some, but they weren’t the only ones who go to great lengths to have the potential to protect against the virus. Pet owners in China are placing the masks on their pets for protection.

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On Wednesday, the Australia had confirmed 15 cases of the corona virus in the country. At present, there are already more than 75,000 confirmed cases of the virus worldwide, and more than 2,000 deaths.

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