Oddly Enough Hug a tree in Israel to beat coronavirus blues
Can't embrace friends and family these days? Hug a tree instead. That's the message Israel's Nature and Parks Authority is spreading on social media to try to help people overcome the sense of detachment that coronavirus social distancing rules can bring.
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