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Restaurant gives customers masks with zips in Kolkata; pics surface


Team Udayavani, Oct 19, 2020, 5:58 PM IST

A restaurant in West Bengal’s capital Kolkata is providing its customers with masks that have zips attached to them so that they can enjoy food without having to remove their masks amid COVID-19.

According to Wok’ies, a 2D theme restaurant, owner Somoshree Sengupta, the masks are being given free of cost to customers keeping the COVID-19 threat in mind.

Somoshree Sengupta said, ” It’s a customised mask which can be worn even while they are having their food, it has a zipper which they can zip in or out as per the need. We’re providing it to customers without any extra charges. However, it is not mandatory, they can wear it if they want to.”

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