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What acts of kindness have you seen during the coronavirus crisis? Share your story with us

Michael Kaleel delivers a catering order of 50 breakfast wraps to Intermountain Healthcare offices in Murray on Saturday, March 14, 2020. An Intermountain Healthcare employee said the company ordered catering for employees who are staffing a call center for the coronavirus among others who are also working. Kaleel lost 15 catering clients since Wednesday due to events canceling. “I knew it wasn’t just a fun event because I’m not getting calls right now,” Kaleel said. “I’m catering to the coronavirus.”
Michael Kaleel delivers a catering order of 50 breakfast wraps to Intermountain Healthcare offices in Murray on Saturday, March 14, 2020. An Intermountain Healthcare employee said the company ordered catering for employees who are staffing a call center for the coronavirus among others who are also working. Kaleel lost 15 catering clients since Wednesday due to events canceling. “I knew it wasn’t just a fun event because I’m not getting calls right now,” Kaleel said. “I’m catering to the coronavirus.”
Ivy Ceballo, Deseret News

Recent news has been flooded with updates and information about the novel coronavirus. Self-quarantine, working from home, empty store shelves and warnings from around the world have left many feeling anxious and worried.

Despite the uncertain times, stories of hope and kindness have gone viral. Videos of Italians singing together from their homes, a fitness instructor leading a balcony workout and grocery stores reserving certain hours for vulnerable populations have all shown the goodness of humanity.

We want to know: What acts of kindness have you seen in response to the coronavirus crisis?

Small, big or somewhere in between — it all makes a difference. Share your stories and photos with the Deseret News, and we’ll compile submissions in an article to help uplift and inspire others.

Submissions can also be sent to letters@deseretnews.com. Use “Act of kindness” in the subject line.