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Grandparents Wear Suits Made of Trash Bags to Visit Grandsons Self-Isolating During Coronavirus

Video Credit: Jukin Media - Duration: 00:12s - Published
Grandparents Wear Suits Made of Trash Bags to Visit Grandsons Self-Isolating During Coronavirus

Grandparents Wear Suits Made of Trash Bags to Visit Grandsons Self-Isolating During Coronavirus

These grandparents thought of an idea so that they could safely visit their grandsons while they were self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic.

They covered themselves in plastic trash bags from head to toe and taped them all together.

They used snorkels to breathe.

They hugged the kids who were ecstatic to meet them.

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