Thinking outside the box Location: Havana, Cuba 82-year-old Feridia Rojas wanders around in a cardboard box to shield herself as lockdowns ease She wears it everywhere from the bakery to the butcher (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) FORMER CUBAN NURSE, FERIDIA ROJAS, SAYING: "This is my little house.
I use it to run errands that are a little further away, and I feel protected by it, which is why I use it.
"I was afraid of the asymptomatic cases, that they would cough at the moment I passed by.
"So I thought : I'll do a little house with a cardboard box and wear it." The witty slogans on her box have caught the attention of locals who are impressed with her invention (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) LOCAL RESIDENT, ZOE DE LA FUENTE, SAYING: "I'm going to get a cardboard box house.
I'm gonna get two boxes right now.
It's spectacular, you're at home and you're protected.
Very nice, very good.
People are coming up with new things."
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