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“I was really excited to have the opportunity to do something for those who had done so much for me."
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“As kids get bored they start getting into things they shouldn’t be getting into because they have nothing else to do," says Children's Hospital safety expert.
“It really helped everyone focus on something positive. We were all excited about supporting them, encouraging them and lifting them up.”
Temperature checks and social distancing were very different. The care and concern had not changed at all.
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