Man goes viral for showing up daily to talk to quarantined dad

Man goes viral for showing up daily to talk to quarantined dad

- An adorable photo has gone viral and warmed hearts across the world

- It shows a young man chatting with his dad on a phone while sitting outside on a camping chair

- The elderly man had been subjected to lockdown due to the coronavirus but his son still makes time to see him

A woman, Sandy Hamilton, who hails from Minnesota, US, took to Facebook on Sunday, March 15, to share a heart-warming photo in a time when the world needs it the most.

With the coronavirus spreading fear and distancing people from each other, one man found a way to see his father.

His dad lives in an assisted living home and is not allowed to leave or receive visitors due to the Covid-19 virus.

However, the unidentified young man came up with a unique way to still see his dad. He took a camping chair, sat outside his father's window and the father-son-duo talked on the phone.

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Hamilton captioned the photo:

"My assisted living is on lockdown so he comes every day to see his dad and they talk through the phone, sweetest thing ever. Consent was given to post on social media."

Take a look at the post below:

The post was shared more than 892,000 times and social media users across the world were inspired by the post.

Sada-chea Pryor commented:

"This is so heartwarming! Finding a way to still visit and communicate."

Sarah Herron added:

"Where there’s a will there is a way."

Marvin Roe said:

"You're a wonderful son, God bless both of you."

Jylinn Stubbs wrote:

"What an amazing son! This brought tears to my eyes!"

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Meanwhile, previously reported that five new cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) have been officially confirmed in Nigeria, bringing the number of the victims to eight as the deadly virus spreads beyond borders.

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The new cases were confirmed by the special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on new media, Tolu Ogunlesi, on Wednesday, March 18, barely twenty-four hours after the third case was reported. In a series of tweet, Ogunlesi said four of the victims are Nigerians who just came from the United States of America and United Kingdom. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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