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Giant Buddhist statue 'Goddess of Mercy' gets Covid face mask in Japan

Covid19 has been a great and deadly pandemic in the world since it was witnessed in Taiwan China 2020. The pandemic has lowered world economy and even many people in different countries have lost their lives.

Due to its wide range of spreading, the government came up with different ways of preventing its wide spread. Including keeping social distance, wearing mask in public places, and hand sanitizing.

Many countries around the world are advising their citizens to follow Covid19 protocols and anyone who break the rules, are surpose to be punished according to the laws.

Japan on 17June surprised the world after they provided the Giant Buddhists statue of 57 meters known as Goddess of Mercy with a face mask. The statue is located at Kannon in central Japan.

The photo shows contractors wearing mask to Goddess of mercy

According to the temple managers in Aizuwakamatsu, they planned to keep the figure masked until the Covid-19 pandemic is brought under control.

This is sign and reminder to the world that Covid19 protocols should be followed accordingly until it come to end. Please always remember to follow Covid19 protocols.

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