Kottayam: An adorable photo of an anganwadi teacher in Kerala who delivered the mid-day at a child’s home amid novel coronavirus outbreak, is warming the hearts of netizens. Also Read - 'Avoid Coming to Sabarimala,' Urges Temple Board as More Coronavirus Cases Surface in Kerala
The heart warming post was shared by a Twitter user with the caption, “Priceless! This boy is really happy to see his Anganwadi teacher who came to his house with the midday meal stuffs as the schools in Kerala are closed in view of #CoronavirusPandemic!” Also Read - Coronavirus: Kerala Govt Issues Fresh Guidelines, Decides to Hold 'Attukal Pongala' on Monday
The picture has now gone viral, with people hailing initiatives of the Kerala government and praising the teacher for her efforts in the midst of the deadly outbreak.
A user wrote, “Such a heartwarming picture. The Kerala government has shown us how a pandemic should be contained without people despairing.”
Another post read, “His joy shows everything.” “God bless the kid and his teacher!” a user remarked. Here are some other comments:
In the wake of the outbreak, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan took to social media to announce that all schools will be shut down, however food will be supplied to people under concern.
“In the wake of COVID-19 in the state, distribution of Integrated Child Development Service (ICDS) including the mid-day meals, for anganwadis under Women and Child Development Department, has already started. About 3.7 lakh students in 33,115 anganwadis in the state will benefit out of the initiative,” Minister for Health and Social Justice K.K. Shailaja wrote in a Facebook post.