We are feeling so much frustrated right now amid Coronavirus grim. It’s all because of lockdown, staying at home all the time and working the whole day. Not only are we, almost everyone going through the same thing. What we can do in such cases where we are just watching death, pain and severe conditions everywhere. To make things lighter for you amid this grim, we are sharing you some of the best positive and kind stories which will bring a smile on your face for sure. Want to know about these stories.
Read below and spread the cheeriness around you.
1. A 32-year-old IT professor in Bengaluru is cycling to deliver basic necessities to the elderly
Now that’s too kind to hear that. A 32-year-old IT professor from Bengaluru is cycling throughout the city and offering to deliver basic necessities like medicines, to the elderly. The woman named, Aishwarya S, has an elderly mother in Chennai and that is why she is helping out any older people who might need help in a tough time like this.
Anyone has elderly parents living in Bangalore? I am happy to check in on them and maybe run some errands. I am neat. I shower twice. I wash my hands (OFTEN). And I commute by cycle while wearing a mask. I can drop off supplies they need outside their homes. DM me.
— Aishwarya S (@Hyper_aice) March 20, 2020
2. A heart-wrenching letter was written by a British girl to England’s Prime Minister
A young British girl wrote a heartwarming letter to England’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, about how it is her birthday but she won’t be celebrating it and cancelling her birthday party so that everyone remains safe. Her letter was so sweet that PM himself replied to her in the form of another hand-written letter. Check this.
Josephine sets a great example to us all by postponing her birthday party until we have sent coronavirus packing.
— Boris Johnson #StayHomeSaveLives (@BorisJohnson) March 21, 2020
3. Chinese authorities sent their COVID-19 specialists to Italy
Though China is suffering a lot due to this pandemic, still it has managed to send some of its COVID-19 specialists and 30 tonnes of medical supplies to Italy.
4. Online clinic in the UK is offering elderly people free therapy sessions
An online clinic in the UK is offering elderly people free sessions with therapists so that their mental health does not get affected amid this grim while being isolated from the world.
5. A 7-year-old boy spent 600 dollars that he had saved up from his last two birthdays and Christmas
A 7-year-old boy spent 600 dollars that he had saved up from his last two birthdays and Chrismas (es) to buy 65 Coronavirus care packs and 31 hot meals for senior citizens and to help local businesses.
6. Puducherry Cricket Board opened its dorm to patients affected by COVID-19
This has been done to provide them with proper medical care. They have also tied-up with Laxmi Medical College in Puducherry for this. They can house up to 30 patients. Seriously, they are doing a wonderful job by saving the lives of many affected people.
7. Jimmy Dean Hudson spent his pocket money to deliver toilet rolls to elderly people in his community
A 7-year-old boy from Westcliff, in Southend, has become a real hero in his community as he spent his entire pocket money to purchase and deliver toilet rolls to the elderly. He is delivering the rolls at the doorstep of the senior citizens in his community.
I am sure these positive and sweet stories have brought a broad smile on your face. Stay Home, Stay Safe.