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Crianças exibem pinturas de arco-íris nas janelas para alegrar colegas no Reino Unido

por: Redação Hypeness


O Reino Unido deixou o negacionismo de lado para encarar a quarentena devido ao Coronavírus com seriedade desde esta segunda-feira, 23. Com as escolas fechadas, crianças desenham arco-íris e os exibem nas janelas para alegrar os colegas.

A iniciativa faz parte da campanha #rainbowtrail e busca oferecer conforto aos profissionais de saúde que saem todos os dias das suas casas para salvar vidas.

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✖️22•03•2020✖️ ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Sat down to do the rainbow craft that’s gone viral, our cute little estate group has suggested everyone get involved and pop a rainbow in the window and the children can spot it when they go for walks during social distancing. But when you have an independent 3 year old that knows his mind and wants to cut, glue and stick, then he wants clouds, then he needs them floating & it needs a rainbow bumpy bouncy ground …. good job I still had the studios display props handy 😂🌈 . . . . . . . Have you made a rainbow and popped it on your window? We’re planning on doing the @littlelearnersuk lives and Tuesdays with @llnorthumberland is painting a window so we’ll do that in dudes play room! If you want to get involved in the daily lives head to their profiles for info 🌈🖤

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Os desenhos são colocados nas janelas para inspirar as pessoas que passam rumo ao trabalho ou a atividades essenciais, únicas permitidas no momento no país. Eles servem como um lembrete de que naquela casa as pessoas estão seguras e tomando cuidados para que o Coronavírus não se espalhe.


Até o momento, mais de 8 mil imagens de arco-íris já foram publicadas apenas no Instagram, mostrando que há outra epidemia prestes a se espalhar pelo país: a da solidariedade.


 

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Stay safe #rainbow #rainbowtrail

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#rainbowtrail #stayathome #positivevibes 🌈

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We are all set to stand and applaud our NHS and our nation’s other amazing Key Workers who get up and go to work each day to keep our country going in such uncertain times despite the risk this bastard virus poses. At 8pm this evening, all across the country people will stand at their doors and windows and cheer them as a thank you for the sacrifice they are all making to keep us safe and provided for and we’ll be there, likely with watery eyes and hearts absolutely full of pride. Thank you Nurses. Thank you Doctors. Thank you care workers. Thank you Fire crews. Thank you soldiers. Thank you Super Market workers. Thank you postmen & delivery people. Thank you bank clerks. Thank you to those who keep our homes warm and supplied with power and water. Thank you teachers. Thank you Childcare practitioners. Thank you scientists. Thank you. You really are proof that not all Super Heroes wear capes. ❤️🧡💛💚💙 #clapforcarers #superheroes #reallifesuperhero #rainbowtrail #pbloggers #mummybloggers #mamalife #learningthroughplay #learningathome #covid19 #uklockdown #thankyou #whenitrainslookforrainbows #myhappycapture #saveournhs #NHS #stayhomesavelives

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#rainbowtrail

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Thanks @f.izzy68! #rainbowtrail

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C H A S E T H E R A I N B O W Without rain, there'd be no rainbows. Rainbow's are often used to symbolise happiness after a storm. We've painted this rainbow on our window in hope that it will give just a little bit of happiness to those out walking in our village during these uncertain times. We will get through this and there will be happy times ahead and we will appreciate them all the more – Stay positive, stay strong, stay safe and most importantly stay home. #chasetherainbow #covid_19 #coronavirus #rainbowwindow #rainbows #spreadinglove #rainbowafterthestorm #stayathome #stayhome #staysafe #staystrong #staypositive #march2020 #selfisolating #selfisolation #quarantineandchill #quarantine #pandemic #mummyblogger #goodtimesahead #mummydiaries #mummyofthree #homeschool #thismorning #spreadingpositivity #spreadingsmiles #playathome

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