Two women has been spotted washing used face masks to resell them to innocent people who might procure it to prevent the Coronavirus.
As the world battles the Coronavirus pandemic, two Mozambican women said to be employed by a Chinese national, were recently caught washing used facemasks with the intention of reselling it to residents of Sofala province in Mozambique.
According to a Journalist, Alexxandre who reported the incident via his Twitter handle, the face masks were immediately confiscated and destroyed.
He wrote ”Dismantled in Dondo, province of Sofala, a group led by a Chinese citizen who was preparing about 25,000 damaged surgical masks for later sale at 25 meticais each.
”A real attack on public health.”
Mozambique currently has 39 confirmed cases of Coronavirus with 4 discharged patients and no death
The photo, which is fast making waves on the internet, has two yet-to-be-known women busily washing some potentially COVID-19 infested face masks.
There were over 100s used face masks on the floor which clearly shows they will be resold out.
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