A new technology being used in shops in Thailand and other countries to enforce coronavirus restrictions conducts a face scan to check if the customer is wearing a mask and refuses entry if they don't have one.
"My local shops in Thailand. In 2 seconds scans my temperature and to see if wearing mask. Doors don't open if not. 3 cases in 100+ days here. Removes awkward mask arguments for staff as well," tweeted Niall Harbison.
The system resembles something you'd see as part of airport security. The customer walks up to a screen which displays the words 'Face Detector'. The system then scans to check if the customer is wearing a mask before allowing them to pass through a barrier.