These are some of the darkest times in history, and many believe we should learn a lesson from the aggressive novel virus that forced the world to shut down.

However, hard times create heroes. During the coronavirus pandemic, many have shown their compassionate, humane side, and decided to help the ones in need.
The story of Day-Today Drylaw Local went viral after people found that it gives away free “coronavirus packs” to the elderly.
The Edinburgh convenience store announced it on social media and explained that these “coronavirus packs” contain one toilet roll, an antibacterial handwash, one packet of pocket tissues and a packet of paracetamol.

Elderly residents over 65 who may be stuck at home can claim the packs, and if they are unable to come to the shop, the staff offered to deliver them for free.

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