Children in Rome hospital feel warmth of hugs again

(SOUNDBITE) (Italian) Chief Medical Officer of San Raffaele Pisana Hospital, Amalia Allocca, SAYS:
"The specialty of this tent is that it transmits human warmth. When a child hugs a parent or when they touch the hand of a parent or friend, they feel their body warmth. This is the message we wanted to convey, the warmth, the solidarity and hugs: a normal life that we can hopefully get back to as soon as possible. "
Location: Rome, Italy
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This hospital gives to its young patients
a chance to safely hug their loved ones
(SOUNDBITE) (Italian) CHEF MEDICAL OFFICER OF THE HOSPITAL SAN RAFFAELE PISANA, AMALIA ALLOCCA, SAYS:
"We got this idea from the children who had expressed the wish to be able to hug their relatives, whom they had not seen for a long time, such as grandparents, fathers and friends, all people who are not here because we are only mothers take to hospital. ""
Video transcript
[NON-ENGLISH SPEECH]
- The peculiarity of this tent is that it transmits human heat.
[NON-ENGLISH SPEECH]
When a child hugs a parent or when they touch the hand of a parent or friend, they feel their body heat. This is the message we wanted to convey, the warmth, solidarity and hugs. A normal life that we want to regain as soon as possible.
[NON-ENGLISH SPEECH]
[NON-ENGLISH SPEECH]
We got this idea from the children who had expressed the wish to be able to hug their relatives, whom they had not seen for a long time, such as grandparents, fathers and friends, all people who are not here because we only went to the hospital go mothers.
[NON-ENGLISH SPEECH]

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