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Please look out for your vulnerable neighbours

Alert message sent 16/03/2020 18:25:00

Information sent on behalf of Humberside Police


a postcard aimed at helping people to look after their neighbours if they are self-isolating.

The print-at-home template is being shared on social media, with those in need able to request shopping, urgent supplies or "a friendly phone call".

Becky Wass, from Falmouth, Cornwall, said the idea came to her as she and her husband discussed ways to help.

"Because fear has spread so quickly, its really important to try to spread kindness," she said.
Users are encouraged to leave items on doorsteps to avoid direct contact.

Ms Wass said the response to the cards had been "incredibly heartwarming".

"I do think in times like this everybody wants to do something to help, and this postcard just makes that a little bit easier."

Please print off the post card, fill it out and deliver to those people who need to self isolate.
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Darren Bainton (Police,PCSO,Mid Holderness )
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