The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do things. Because of the new health and safety protocols to curb the spread of infection, the world has been forced to limit its movements and adapt to the “new normal.”
Drive-thru restaurants and fast-food chains have been around long before the pandemic began. They are convenient and let you buy food on the go. And with the world battling a contagious respiratory disease, the drive-thru ordering system has made it possible to get food without risking contamination.
Unfortunately, ordering and eating hot food and beverages in the car has its risks as well. In fact, our clinic has seen a surge of burn patients since the onset of the pandemic. Patients usually come in with painful burns and unattractive scars caused by spilling hot soup and coffee they bought from drive-thru restaurants.
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