7-Eleven Thailand staff mistakes hand sanitiser for infrared thermometer, customer left in tears

7-Eleven Thailand staff mistakes hand sanitiser for infrared thermometer, customer left in tears

21/5/2020 12:45:00 PM

7-Eleven Thailand staff mistakes hand sanitiser for infrared thermometer, customer left in tears

KUALA LUMPUR — The global Covid-19 pandemic has forced the world to implement a new normal where social distancing, hand sanitisers and temperature checks are a requirement.

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