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Santi Verstrijden, a 69-year-old grandmother in South Tangerang, Banten, had not meet her children and grandchildren in over two months amid the coronavirus pandemic. This situation prompted her to make a so-called hug curtain, which enables her to embrace her loved ones while avoiding direct contact. (Handout/-)