epa08401679 Novice Thai Buddhist monks wearing face shields and protective face masks, attend a lesson at Wat Molilokayaram monastic educational institute in Bangkok, Thailand, 16 April 2020 (issued 05 May 2020). The traditional Buddhist temples in Thailand have adopted innovative measures like setting up sanitizing tunnels and making masks to join the fight against COVID-19. Not only have the monks added an orange mask to their attire - which has remained largely unchanged since the time of Buddha (2,500 years ago) - but also make their own sanitizers. They have also been distributing food to those who have lost their incomes due to the crisis. Several monasteries have completely stopped going out for morning alms while some have reduced the numbers of monks going outside, while wearing protective masks and sometimes face shields in an effort to help prevent the spread of the COVID 19 disease pandemic caused by the SARS CoV-2 coronavirus.  EPA/DIEGO AZUBEL  ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET

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