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Son Plays Guitar from Outside the House to Entertain His Mother amidst Corona Lockdown

(Image credit: Twitter/@jennydeloach
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(Image credit: Twitter/@jennydeloach )

To lift his mother’s spirits, who resides at an assisted living facility called for a lockdown, he sang and played the guitar.

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The world is trying hard to find a normal existence during social distancing and isolation amidst Coronavirus pandemic. Most countries have declared lockdown as the Covid-19 positive cases continue to rise rapidly.

In the wake of self-quarantine, a caring son is putting his best efforts to cheer his mom as she endures a forced shutdown.

To lift his mother’s spirits, who resides at an assisted living facility called for a lockdown, he sang and played the guitar.

In a post shared on Twitter, Jenny DeLoach recounted how her father cheered up her grandmother by playing music.

“My grandma’s living facility is on lockdown; I went to drop off some things for her & found my dad serenading her & her friends on his guitar since he couldn’t come in to visit,” she wrote in the Twitter thread.

The tweet has clocked over 78k likes and more than 9k retweets since it was shared. Praising the thoughtful act of the son, netizens have poured in love in the comments section.

Meanwhile, the novel Coronavirus, originated from Wuhan, China has infected over 2,45,000 individuals worldwide and has crossed the death toll of 10,000.

In India, the number of positive cases of Covid-19 has risen to 200 and has claimed five lives so far.

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India

  • Active Cases

    2,784

     
  • Total Confirmed

    3,072

     
  • Cured/Discharged

    212

     
  • Total DEATHS

    75

     
Data Source: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India
Updated: April 04 (06:00 PM)
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World

  • Active Cases

    890,594

     
  • Total Confirmed

    1,201,443

     
  • Cured/Discharged

    246,174

     
  • Total DEATHS

    64,675

     
Data Source: Johns Hopkins University, U.S. (www.jhu.edu)
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