An Flower of the Philippines is selling romance and practicality this Love Day with a bouquet of anti-coronavirus gear that comes with innovative gifts – including sanitizers, soaps and a mask and gloves – proving popular among locals in Manila.
The Associated Press reported that the flower shop owner stated that he had made an “anti-NCOV knock” in part because he was “scared” by the rapid spread of the virus.
Flower Shop owner Mary Jane Villegas “Flowers that I made, it’s anti-NCOV, I thought this because we have this coronavirus and so people can imagine that you can’t just give flowers during Valentine’s Day,” the AP told. “Because of the virus spread, I have included a mask, sanitizer, toothpaste and soap instead of chocolate items for Valentines.”
The bouquet is Vilagas’ unique response to the newly named COVID-19. The World Health Organization has declared global healthOver the virus’ outbreak.
“I chose this hat to avoid the virus. It is also healthy and we can avoid the virus,” customer Mark Richard Zigantone told AP. “I want my gift to be different, I’m always giving flowers to my wife. It’s unusual and it also protects against the virus.”
Three cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the Philippines, one of which died, the AP said.
In China, the death toll from the virus has risen to 6,6767, and the number of confirmed cases has risen to 6.4.
People do not recommend the US Centers for Disease Control and PreventionIf they are good for protection. Instead it recommends avoiding close contact with sick people, avoiding touching your face with a washed hand, staying inside when sick, covering your cough or sneezing with a tissue, disinfecting surfaces and washing your hands often.