First Lady Melania Trump sent care packages that includes blankets, caps and other gifts to hospital medical staff and children patients in 10 states, including hospitals in places that are the hardest hit from the coronavirus outbreak.
Hospital in New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Florida, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Delaware, Nevada and the District of Columbia were sent the care packages that were shipped on Thursday
“The medical community has gone above and beyond to protect the health of the American people,” Melania said in a statement. “The packages are just a small token of my appreciation for their courage and leadership in this time of need.”
#BeBest care packages are on their way to hospitals across the country! A small token of appreciation from @FLOTUS for their hard work, compassion, and kindness during these difficult times. pic.twitter.com/C2V0kskUCk— The White House (@WhiteHouse) April 24, 2020
Children patients will receive gifts from the First Lady’s Be Best initiative containing blankets, caps, tote bags, pencils, backpacks, stickers, Dr. Seuss books and games.
Earlier, Melania tweeted an uplifting message of her “thoughts and prayers” to those fighting this “terrible virus,” as well as “families who have lost loved ones” to millions of Americans
“Our thoughts & prayers continue to be w/ each person suffering & fighting to recover from this terrible virus, & with all of the families who have lost loved ones,” Melania tweeted. “Even though we are physically apart, we are all in this fight together.”
Our thoughts & prayers continue to be w/ each person suffering & fighting to recover from this terrible virus, & with all of the families who have lost loved ones. Even though we are physically apart, we are all in this fight together.— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) April 24, 2020
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