The pandemic is keeping us all locked inside our homes, which has caused the demand for online orders to surge. Key workers, such as delivery drivers, are the people keeping the country running.
One delivery driver, in particular, has gone above and beyond his call of duty.
Keep scrolling for the full story, and to watch the heartwarming video for yourself...
We are living in a pretty strange time right now, to say the least.
via: GettyWith the deadly COVID-19 sweeping the planet, millions have descended into mass hysteria.
A large proportion of the world is currently in lockdown...
via: GettyAnd, while most are calmly self-isolating at home, many have been taking to their local supermarkets to stockpile on supplies.
The scenes have been truly apocalyptical.
via: GettyThousands of frenzied shoppers have been seen hoarding on non-perishable items to see them through the pandemic.
And, as a result...
via: GettyThe supermarket's shelves have been stripped completely bare.
People have been hoarding everything and anything.
via: GettyCanned goods, fruit, vegetables, fresh meat, frozen meat... You name it, it's been unnecessarily hoarded and stockpiled.
It's truly shameful...
Stop Stockpiling now life is more difficult for Elderly people #panicbuyinguk #stockpilingUK https://t.co/dc1NN1VSmf— Saqib Raja ®️ (@Saqib Raja ®️)1584803135.0
Things are getting out of hand...
via: GettyAnd because the shelves are being emptied at such a fast pace, the elderly and vulnerable have been left behind in stocking up on their daily supplies.
This is unfair...
Glad I got to #Costco early today, to beat the majority of cretins, who are all hell bent on stockpiling! Get a g… https://t.co/DTRwanqup1— Steve Blake (@Steve Blake)1584622652.0
But when there is fresh produce available to buy...
via: GettyPeople must take ultimate care when being around this type of food for hygiene purposes.
Some people have taken extra precautions when it comes to hygiene.
More and more people are turning to home deliveries.To lessen their chance of contracting the virus.
It's a scary thought to think that one touch could pass on such a deadly disease.
What it feel like being immunosuppressed during a pandemic. Thanks for watching <3 https://t.co/Kz8i3PSwBv https://t.co/mwMDHNBrp6— Zach Kornfeld (@Zach Kornfeld)1586362323.0
For people with autoimmune disorders, that's their reality.
Hi I’m Leah, I’m 19 and I have Tetrology of Fallot. Right now I am waiting for a pulmonary valve replacement as wel… https://t.co/rveIqKLxUm— Leah-Faith (@Leah-Faith)1584318104.0
Many immunosuppressed patients have taken to social media to detail the risks they face.
hi, I’m 20 and I have SLE/lupus nephritis. I take immunosuppressants to keep my body from attacking itself. I’m amo… https://t.co/WNcWsqg3pU— B R I T T A N I A (@B R I T T A N I A)1584319073.0
Despite these measures, delivery drivers are still working.
Drove to work today and passed: Bin Men Post men & women Food delivery drivers Supermarket workers Chemists Taxi d… https://t.co/0ERUnhu8Zc— Doug Beattie (@Doug Beattie)1586253756.0
One particular delivery driver has gone above and beyond his call of duty...
The mask is fitted, the gloves are on, and the sanitizer is in the bag 🙌🏾 Your package is out for delivery 🚚 📦… https://t.co/RY97EX4QXD— Justin bradshaw (@Justin bradshaw)1586783127.0
The FedEx driver, Justin Bradshaw, was about to post a parcel when he noticed a note on the door.
via: TwitterCarrie Blasi had put up the sign for her eleven-year-old daughter who suffers from type 1 diabetes.
The note warned that a child with an autoimmune disorder lived there.
We have a sign on our door for packages/mail as our 11 year old daughter is a Type 1 Diabetic Our Federal Express d… https://t.co/Fkmd12VdHT— Cure4EmmaT1D (@Cure4EmmaT1D)1586207343.0
Bradshaw didn't just leave the box on the doorstep like the note said.
❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/HoBWvsh8bO— Justin bradshaw (@Justin bradshaw)1586649707.0
Blasi was so touched that she shared photos of Bradshaw's actions to Twitter.
https://t.co/Kyhm3PLbcu— Justin bradshaw (@Justin bradshaw)1586626820.0