New parents in Mexico have been showing off their newborns to family members through a glass box cabin.
Proud mothers and fathers are able to hire the mobile box for $40 an hour to allow people to see their child up close during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a clip of the ingenious box in action, a couple can be seen cradling their new baby while standing inside the wagon in Monterrey, Mexico.
Parents in Monterrey, Mexico, are able to hire a glass box in order to show family members their new babies
The new invention allows people to meet new arrivals without spreading coronavirus during the pandemic
Their loves ones stand outside it in the street looking at the youngster and waving as they celebrate meeting them for the first time.
The parents wear masks inside the cabin, which has seating in it, as well as nursery wall art and decorative flowers.
A line of cones prevents people getting too close to the glass and people dressed in protective suits spray down the outside and inside areas after every visit.
Cars are allowed to drive past the box to stop and see the baby and close family members are able to gathered on the street outside to get a closer look
People in protective suits clean the outside and inside of the box after every use to prevent the spread of coronavirus
Since the coronavirus pandemic swept across the world families have been unable to meet new arrivals or spend time with their loved ones.
Yahoo reports business owner Ernest Gonzalez said people are able to drive past to see the child.
Close relatives are then allowed get closer to the window, while social distancing.