KIND 7-YEAR-OLD BOY DELIVERS FOOD TO HELPLESS ELDERLY PEOPLE DUE TO COVID-19

- Cavanaugh Bell was heartbroken when he realised his 74-year-old grandmother was at risk of contracting COVID-19- Bell then set out to see if her

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