India is using its massive mobile phone network to spread coronavirus awareness messages, kicking off with coughing sounds, on how to protect against the outbreak, officials said on Monday.
Coronavirus: Indian phone networks play cough recording before every call
A man uses his mobile phone to take photographs of posters carrying messages on symptoms of coronavirus in Kolkata, India. (Reuters)
AFP, New Delhi
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