RIVERSIDE, California -- Physical contact with loved ones can be difficult during the coronavirus crisis, but that didn't stop this granddaughter from coming up with a way to hug her grandparents.
Ten-year-old Paige took it upon herself to create what she calls a 'hug curtain.'
She came up with the idea after seeing a video of a blanket people were using to hug family members.
Using a shower curtain, Ziploc bags, a hot glue gun and disposable plates, Paige and her mom used some ingenuity to make her vision a reality.
"She came up with the idea, she laid it out in the family room and spent multiple hours working on it," said her mom, Lindsay Okray.
Okray, who works as a nurse in the COVID-19 unit at a local community hospital, was also excited to take part since she has had to stay physically distanced from loved ones as a precaution.
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