One of the most crucial precautionary measures issued by the government to reduce the spread of the coronavirus is to maintain social distancing and avoid human contact. This has particularly been hard for medics because they have to keep themselves away from their families. It was heartbreaking to see a doctor breaking down in tears for not being able to hug his kids after returning from work. But it seems one little girl has found a solution to this problem.
According to India Today, a 10-year-old girl from California named Paige made a plastic curtain from a shower curtain and a few other scraps, fixed it on the doors of her grandparent’s house so that she could hug them. The plastic curtain has 4 openings for the arms for a perfect hug!
“Paige saw a video of someone who made this type of ‘blanket’ to hug their family. She put together a list and she designed it so she could hug nana and papa,” wrote her mother, Lindsay.
Paige’s mother took to Facebook to post pictures and a video of her hugging her grandparents. Have a look:
Paige saw a video of someone who made this type of “blanket” to hug their family. She put together a list and she…
People on the internet are loving the little girl’s creativity and love for her grandparents. Many believe that Paige will do remarkable things in the future to help the world.
The coronavirus pandemic has definitely unleashed the creative side of people!