Two enterprising young Palmer, Nebraska boys, deeply upset that they could not hug their grandparents as their grandfather has bone cancer and thus contracting COVID-19 could be highly dangerous for him, constructed a “hugging station” made of plastic sheets through which they should share a hug with their grandparents while wearing long gloves.
The video was posted on Facebook by the boys’ mother, Jen Janovec Myers, who wrote, “So Matt’s dad has cancer and ever since Covid hit there has been very limited family contact. After a visit about a week ago and a very sad moment when they couldn’t hug the boys when they left, we decided to build a hugging station so they could hug Granny and Popo again!”
“The family laughed as Granny got her hugs, and Popo said, ‘Don’t forget about me!’” Yahoo Finance reported.
13-year-old Brady Myers said, “We haven’t gotten to actually hug them or anything like that, get close to them, since