25 evidence that the world is not deprived of kindness in a pandemicPictolic
Lately not much good news. The number of cases of coronavirus grows as the number of deaths. In addition, people continue to ravage the shops, it seems we are one step away from complete chaos. Not all that bad! Before you stories that inspire hope in the salvation of mankind.
90-year-old resident of Belgium, Suzanne Hollard died from the coronavirus, abandoning the respirator.
85-year-old anesthesiologist Giampiero Girons went back to work to save people.
Immigrant owns a shop in Italy, distributed free fruit. His plaque says:
"In 2016 we supported a family of refugees who arrived in Canada. Today, when we are in isolation after a trip, these people brought out on the front porch of our home products. Beans, dates, noodles, lentils, tahini, vegetables, meat, sweets for my baby"
"This is me with my mom. She survived the open heart surgery, replacing two of the knee and replacement hip joints. A few weeks ago she fell and broke her hip, two ribs and vertebrae..."
"Thank you to all the ambulance workers for the salvation of my wife. I love you"
Man feeding a neighbor's dog
Labrador named winn helps doctors hospital of Denver to cope with stress
"Dear customers of older age, if you have any requires, please contact us. We have reserved the goods especially for you"
The math teacher helped the girl to understand a new topic
The woman swiped the guy whose card didn't work
Sikhs from all over the world are sending food to people in isolation. Group "Turbans Australia" has donated more than 1.5 tons of food.
Hi! If you are tourists stranded in Nepal, here you can find: — Free Lunches and dinners when you have no money, dinners and suppers for 100 rupees, if you have some money You can choose dal or curry or rice Let's stick together and love Nepal
The doctor from Arkansas doesn't want to put family at risk of infection, therefore forced to live separately. Thus, a man is seen with his son.
Help the homeless animals
And again Sikhs distribute products
78-year-old resident of Madrid, was in hospital for 11 days, lost 12 pounds, but won COVID-19
"Our neighbor, no Internet, so we persuaded her to connect to our. So she managed to get 70 messages from children living abroad"
The British boxer has donated his building in Bolton to accommodate patients COVID-19
"It's hard in isolation? One of them will keep you company"
"Someone could buy me three bottles of milk?"
"My father dyed his hair for fun"
"My great-grandfather visits his wife every day. She lives in a nursing home due to Alzheimer's disease. During the quarantine, no visitors allowed, but that does not stop the grandfather to show his love" On the plate: "peg, I always love you! Don""
"Hi. Please accept this set-perishable food. We hope it will help you in these difficult times. Your roommate Cathy"
The beautician gave gloves and masks to employees of the hospital