From cuddle stalls to feeding stray animals, these acts of kindness heat up during an epidemic.

Disasters, whether natural or man-made, bring both the best and the worst in people. Stories of intolerance during Coronavirus The epidemic has made us lose faith in humanity. Stories of selfless deeds have restored our faith in humanity.

Help the stranded truckers

After thousands of trucks were trapped in Kent, England, France closed its border with Britain to prevent its spread. Coronavirus. As reported by Cant Online, volunteers from Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Kent partnered with Sikh NGO, Khalsa Aid and served hot food to stranded drivers.

Care for animals in the community

Community animals that depend on food from local shops and restaurants have killed the animal Coronavirus Locks. However, the animal caretakers jumped into action and fed most of them. On World Food Day, TedxRambaug volunteers fed several street dogs and also vaccinated them.

Act of kindness rewarded

Lebanese diplomat Mohammad Safa was at a restaurant when he found a homeless girl and made sure to feed her. The restaurant decided not to charge him for the meal.

Deserve a well thanks

Delivery man Anthony Gaskin always accompanied Smile to Halsley, Va. Gave the package to Locals paid tribute to Gaskin’s kindness by publicly thanking him and giving him Christmas presents.

Spread the heat

Canadian resident and teacher Christine Baker took her children for a walk and found warm clothes and thermal flasks wrapped with tree strands. An anonymous post on the site urged passers-by to distribute items to the needy.

Hugs for the elderly

Residents of an assisted living facility for the elderly were not allowed to have physical contact with their family members COVID-19[Female[feminine][स्त्री[feminine. The Texas Boy Scout troop created a “Hug Stand” to allow residents to touch loved ones through sanitation gloves behind a plexitlass wall.

Big heart

An elderly rag picker was seen feeding a dog on the street despite poverty. The video taken by former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman attests kindness.

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