A majority of the population is aware of the risks of stepping outside their homes into the inevitable traps of the novel coronavirus. Hence, to protect our beloved ones from the COVID-19 ~ and especially those who are in the risk group ~ we are obliged to keep a distance from them. It utterly means that we cannot even visit our family members and friends and must refrain from hugs and kisses. However, we all know that nothing feels more satisfying than a hug from your grandparents, so a 10-year-old girl from Riverside, California, developed a safe way to hug her grandparents during these terrible times.
A 10-year-old girl has developed a safe and inventive way to hug her grandparents during the ongoing pandemic ~ and her new invention is called “hug curtain.”
After seeing some clips of someone making a blanket that allowed people to give hugs to their family members while keeping them safe from inviting the novel virus, Paige, came up with a plan to satisfy her needs to embrace her grandparents.
Paige creatively constructed a curtain that allows two people to hug each other:
The budding designer spent hours building this curtain, plus with this creation, Paige and other family members were able to hug each other without the threat of inviting the coronavirus.