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Indiana City encourages residents to wave their neighbors daily in the midst of coronavirus isolation

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The city of Fort Wayne, Indiana, is asking its residents to spread some love during the difficult times of the coronavirus pandemic.

On Thursday, the city encouraged all residents to go outside their homes at 7 p.m. every night and wave to their neighbors to fight the loneliness of social distancing.

“Now is the time to look after each other from a safe distance,” the city wrote on Facebook.

According to CNN, other cities such as Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Sandusky, Ohio are also joining the nationwide movement.

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To stop the spread of the corona virus, government and health officials have advised residents with non-essential jobs to stay in their homes and go only for essential errands such as buying food or picking up medication.

As of March 28, the governors of 24 states have decided to place their entire state under an order at home. California was the first to do so on March 19, and New York and Illinois followed the next day.

Along with nationwide contracts, many cities and counties have submitted similar regulations to their territories, particularly Denver, Dallas, Atlanta and Miami Beach.

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Children around the world are also trying to cheer as they distance themselves socially by painting rainbows and putting them in their windows to cheer up passing people.

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Another cute sign said, “Thank you to our deliverers and postmen.”

The activity even led to a rainbow scavenger hunt for the kids, an outdoor option for those who live in places that aren’t under a shelter in place or stay at home mission.

An overview of all participating houses in the vicinity was created on Google Maps. Community members can access the map and even add their own houses to it. (The “Rainbow Connection” map in Brooklyn can be accessed here.)

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