With no more fresh COVID-19 cases reported so far, New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern not only declared the country coronavirus free but also eased the lockdown. As people begin to get back to school, colleges and work and check into restaurants, a coffee shop in Auckland goes all creative to maintain social distancing from customers. Also Read - Coronavirus: Cases in Pakistan Rise Above 69,470; Death Toll Nears 1,500-mark

While normalcy has not been fully restored, it is advisable to continue taking precautions so that the virus is not triggered. Treading on the same lines, this coffee shop was seen serving customers their regular cup of latte on a tray balanced on a wooden plank which was slided in their direction to avoid contact. Also Read - Bangladesh Reopens Offices, Transport Services Amid Spike in Coronavirus Cases

The video went viral on Twitter and netizens could not help but pour their appreciations and concerns out. While a user tweeted his appreciation writing, “It’s very Nice Beat corona social distancing Do whatever you want (sic)” and another gushed, “Here’s your latte with an extra shot of coronavirus. Have a blessed day! (sic)”, some expressed their concerns regarding the rickety balance of the cup on the plank or how would the tray bear the weight of more food in order.

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While the entire world is still grappling with the menacing coronavirus, New Zealand has emerged as a success story of the coronavirus crisis as it announced on Monday that it has eliminated Covid-19 after months of aggressive lockdown. “Decisive action, going hard and going early, helped to stamp out the worst of virus,” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had said in a statement on Tuesday.