Social distancing: 5 brilliant moms meet for 7am tea talk at empty parking lot in their car boots

Social distancing: 5 brilliant moms meet for 7am tea talk at empty parking lot in their car boots

- Five mothers based in Minnesota decided to meet up at an empty parking lot for some tea talk

- Katherine Kaylor and her friends ditch the kids and met up to talk and know how each was getting along

- The parents went viral after sharing their story with netizens congratulating them for maintaining their friendship

A group of five mothers in Minnesota has shown how they are making time to meet each other in these trying times.

Many in the world have been feeling a bit lonely without having their close friends and family around and some are trying to make up for that.

Katherine Kaylor and her friends decided to meet up at an empty parking lot for a chat and at least get away from the kids at this time when they are driving the parents crazy at home.

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Katherine shared her experience with her friends on Facebook, sharing pictures as she was having fun hanging out with her favourite mommy friends.

"When you’re slowly losing your sanity, you find a time to ditch all the kids, so you can meet in an empty parking lot with your friends. We met at 7 am drank coffee, ate breakfast, and chatted (while maintaining social distancing in the safety of our trunks!) it was so needed and so wonderful!" Katherine wrote on her Facebook.

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The parents went viral after sharing their story with netizens congratulating them for maintaining their friendship and following the stipulated guidelines to avoid the spread of the coronavirus disease.

In another moving video that went viral online, a father coming back from his medical duties - was left emotional after turning down a warm embrace from his son.

The young son came running to the door after his father got home but he could not give him a warm hug and not even get close to him.

This is the situation many health officials are facing as they cannot get too close to their families in a move to protect them if they might have gotten infected with the deadly virus.

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