A father in Shanghai came up with a customized baby pod that’s meant to protect his child from Coronavirus.
In these times of distress, this is one story that’s surely going to warm your heart! The father of a two-month-old baby in Shangai created a custom-built pod that has an air purification system to protect his baby from coronavirus. Since Covid-19 seems to be riskier for those who are old, or under 10 years old, this baby pod is a good and innovative solution to keep his baby safe!
Here are some more details about the baby pod:
Cao Junjie holds his two-month old baby inside a safety pod he created, at a residential compound in Shanghai, China. More images of childhoods on pause amid coronavirus: https://t.co/uWn5HivjuP ? Xihao Jiang pic.twitter.com/jD8mA8ysnx
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We are loving this story! "Cao Junjie refashioned a cat carrier to make the sealable pod that includes an #AirQuality quality monitor displaying the concentration of carbon dioxide inside."
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The father, Cao Junjie, used a cat carrier to make the sealable pod that has an air-quality monitor that displays the levels of carbon dioxide. Cao’s wife, Fang Lulu, said she initially wasn’t sure how comfortable the baby would be inside the pod.
A father in China has gone high-tech to protect his baby from coronavirus by inventing this pod for outdoor use. https://t.co/VloWJNTtFN
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Cao told syfy.com, “Because I like scientific movies and games, the structure of the cabin is similar to the game Death Stranding, it’s the reference for my cabin.” For the uninitiated, the game is based in a post-apocalyptic world. It features a baby pod that the protagonist, played by Norman Reedus carries.
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A father has built a custom-built pod complete with an air purification system to keep his baby safe from coronavirus.
The man, who is a father of a two-month-old infant in Shanghai, says the pod can provide a safe environment for the baby.https://t.co/F2vTMLXoJd
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