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Museum owner disinfects 4 tons of money in SE Turkey

A collector and museum owner in southeastern Turkey has disinfected hundreds of thousands of banknotes and coins that weigh close to 4 tons as concerns mount about the role contaminated objects might play in the spread of the novel coronavirus. Esat Kaplan puts on a surgical mask, a pair of gloves and disposable overalls to start the onerous process of sanitization. Before placing them in a clean jar, he uses tweezers and tongs to grip the coins one by one and sprays disinfectant on them.

Museum owner disinfects 4 tons of money in SE Turkey

A collector and museum owner in southeastern Turkey has disinfected hundreds of thousands of banknotes and coins that weigh close to 4 tons as concerns mount about the role contaminated objects might play in the spread of the novel coronavirus. Esat Kaplan puts on a surgical mask, a pair of gloves and disposable overalls to start the onerous process of sanitization. Before placing them in a clean jar, he uses tweezers and tongs to grip the coins one by one and sprays disinfectant on them.

Haber Merkezi 16:28 April 14, 2020 Yeni Şafak

Museum owner disinfects 4 tons of money in SE Turkey

A collector and museum owner in southeastern Turkey has disinfected hundreds of thousands of banknotes and coins that weigh close to 4 tons as concerns mount about the role contaminated objects might play in the spread of the novel coronavirus. Esat Kaplan puts on a surgical mask, a pair of gloves and disposable overalls to start the onerous process of sanitization. Before placing them in a clean jar, he uses tweezers and tongs to grip the coins one by one and sprays disinfectant on them. A collector and museum owner in southeastern Turkey has disinfected hundreds of thousands of banknotes and coins that weigh close to 4 tons as concerns mount about the role contaminated objects might play in the spread of the novel coronavirus. Esat Kaplan puts on a surgical mask, a pair of gloves and disposable overalls to start the onerous process of sanitization. Before placing them in a clean jar, he uses tweezers and tongs to grip the coins one by one and sprays disinfectant on them. A collector and museum owner in southeastern Turkey has disinfected hundreds of thousands of banknotes and coins that weigh close to 4 tons as concerns mount about the role contaminated objects might play in the spread of the novel coronavirus. Esat Kaplan puts on a surgical mask, a pair of gloves and disposable overalls to start the onerous process of sanitization. Before placing them in a clean jar, he uses tweezers and tongs to grip the coins one by one and sprays disinfectant on them.
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