In India, cars began to be packed in "Safety bubbles" to protect against coronavirus
The Indian company Tata has invented special "safety bubbles" for its cars to protect customers from various viruses.
The Indian company Tata has come up with a new way to protect its customers from viruses and germs. For this, the brand's cars, which will soon be handed over to the buyer, began to be packed in special sealed plastic bubbles. Photos of cars in such packaging were published on the official Facebook of the company.
In Tata itself, the unusual packaging is called the Safety Bubble. With this innovation, the Indians hope to minimize the risk of transmitting viruses that can remain on the surface of vehicles to customers.
So far in India, the total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus infection has exceeded 9.46 million. In just one day, on November 30, 31,118 infected were detected in this country.