Indonesian care workers wear protective gear while taking turns to cut each other's hair during COVID-19 pandemic

These care workers in Makassar, Indonesia, took it turns to wear protective clothing and give each other haircuts during the coronavirus pandemic.

After almost two months of moving and working, both in the laboratory and in the field, the FTI UMI Makassar Student Volunteer and Humanitarian Assistance Team took turns to straighten to cut each other's hair.

This footage was filmed on April 29.