A happy family in New York made all efforts to ensure their grandma’s birthday got celebrated regardless of the current pandemic the world is facing.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to threaten the way of life humans are used to, everyone is forced to adjust, and improvise where possible. To curb the spread of the highly contagious disease, family members and friends are forced to distance themselves as much as they can.
However, this New York family isn’t letting coronavirus stop them from being there for each other. A video of the family celebrating the 95th birthday of their matriarch went viral on Thursday.
In it, the family members can be seen standing outside their granny’s home, keeping a safe distance between her and themselves while they felicitate with her.
The family members came bearing balloons and wearing party hats, while holding cardboards that seemed to spell ”Happy Birthday.” In the video, the grandma can be heard saying appreciative words to her folks. She said:
"Oh, I love it. Thank you. I'm sorry we all couldn't be together, but you are all together."
“We had to keep our distance but we couldn’t not see our best girl on her birthday!!! Happy 95th Gram we love you SO much!!!??❤️”
The video has since gone viral, attracting comments from well-wishers all across the globe. Many people left comments wishing Sara’s grandma a happy birthday, while others commended the family for their beautiful gesture in this hard time.
The coronavirus is not a death sentence, however it can prove fatal to anyone with underlying medical health conditions and with a weak immune system.
Well-wishing comments from Sara Byrne's instagram post that went viral | Photo: Instagram/sarabyrne5
It is very wise to protect the elderly, who are likely to have a weakened immune system as much as possible. There have been at least 1871 cases of the virus in New York alone.
We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!