Gift paper bags play an important part in our daily life
During the novel coronavirus pneumonia, many people used different methods to help fight the epidemic. Sophia-Rose Fry, a 5-year-old girl from the United Kingdom, put her toys, snacks, keychains, etc. into paper bags and sent them to medical, first aid and other service industry workers closely related to the epidemic, as well as children in home isolation. Contribute yourself. Since the end of March, she has given out more than 1,000 such gift paper bags.
Frye lives in Preston, Lancashire with his mother, Abby Dawson, and was assessed for autism as a child because he dared not go out. The British "Urban Daily" reported on the 12th that on March 30 this year, Frye asked his mother if she could give her toys, snacks, hand-made keychains, etc. to neighbors' children and surrounding clinics, schools, police stations, first aid stations, Supermarkets, etc., took action after getting permission. Now they have given out 1,103 gift paper bags with the help of their mother. Frye hopes to express his gratitude to these important service industry workers, so that the days of isolation of peers at home will not be so boring.
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