A woman has launched a ‘kindness campaign’ using a postcard. to help people look after neighbors self-isolating amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Becky Wass, from Falmouth, Cornwall, has made a print at home template which allows people to tick boxes outlining what help they require.
The options include ‘pick up shopping,’ ‘a friendly phone call,’ ‘posting mail,’ and ‘urgent supplies’.
Becky said she thought of the lovely idea as she and her husband were discussing ways they could help others.
Her card is now being shared on social media and people who follow the idea are being told to leave any items on doorsteps to avoid contact.
Anyone handing out the postcards is also asked to wash their hands.
Have you been affected by coronavirus? Email firstname.lastname@example.org )
The postcard that has gone viral, helping people to help others during the coronavirus pandemic (Image: PA)
“Because fear has spread so quickly, its really important to try to spread kindness,” Becky told the (BBC.
“I do think in times like this everybody wants to do something to help, and this postcard just makes that a little bit easier.”
) She said the response to her postcard has been “heartwarming”.