An Artist Grandpa in Japan Is Using Umbrellas for Social Distancing

December 11, 2021

Sixty-two-year-old artist and grandfather Kazuhisa Kusaba had an idea to use the tool that shields us from the rain to shield us from COVID-19. Visitors of an indoor art exhibit in Tokyo social distance using umbrellas. "By holding an umbrella (at the exhibition), it makes me more aware of the distance between people when I move around," painter Satoko Hayashi said. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.

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