A combo image shows the mother with her children wrapped in plastic bags.
A Chinese mother was touched by her kids’ desire to play with neighbours’ children, and had no option but to wrap them with plastic bags to prevent coronavirus infections.
A video of the incident has gone viral. The video shows a mother wearing a facemask, allowing her children inside a house. The children can be seen wrapped in huge plastic bags, which allow them to cover themselves up to the knees.
The children were not being able to move around freely with the plastic bags on, creating a funny scenario to everyone who saw them.
Millions of people around the world sympathised with the Chinese mother.
It is not clear when and where the video was shot.
Over 900 people have died from the virus, and around 40,000 are affected by it.
Last week, social media users got emotional over a heartbreaking video of a nurse treating coronavirus patients in China was seen giving an air hug to her sobbing daughter.
The video showed the nurse crying as she is unable to hug her daughter over the fear of contacting coronavirus.
Chinese state media shared the video.
When it comes to the protection of kids, parents can go to any extent. They are the real superheroes, of course without the capes! All parents are doing their best to protect their children.
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More than 570 people have been infected with the coronavirus across China and Wuhan, the city at the centre of the outbreak, has been placed under effective quarantine.
The ministry also announced that 35 cases fully recovered from the virus, after receiving treatment, bringing the total recovered cases to 96.
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