But feelings of isolation may still persist for some.
Maia Roppo of Minneapolis is trying to help fight the loneliness brought on the coronavirus pandemic, particularly for people who live by themselves.
She wants to do it by sending "happy mail."
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Roppo is sending cards to people to let them know that they're not alone — and she'd love to send you one, too.
"I specifically put a call out to people living alone because with 6 ft distance perhaps they’re getting zero interaction and it’s important to let our neighbors know they are loved even if we can’t be with them," Roppo wrote in a note to me. "Just wanting to bring what little joy I can during this dark time. We need it."
If you'd like Roppo to send you a greeting, email your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
From acts of kindness and sweet gestures to inspirational signs, these are some of the ways Minnesotans are lifting one another during the coronavirus pandemic.
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