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Man Makes ‘Anti-COVID-19’ Bouquet Just In Time For Valentine’s Day

It’s filled with hand sanitisers, face masks and more!

Main image via Facebook

 

It’s Valentine’s Day and almost everywhere we look, flowers, hearts, and candy fill the air.

 

If you’re lucky enough to have received a bouquet of flowers today, you’d definitely be jealous of this unique bouquet, especially with news of the COVID-19 all over.

 

Introducing the “Anti-COVID-19” bouquet!

 

man makes ‘anti-covid-19’ bouquet just in time for valentine’s dayImage via Facebook

 

As more and more cases of people being infected with COVID-19 pop up, a man from the Philippines has come up with the most unique and practical bouquet for your loved ones.

 

22-year-old Rigel Morre shared a few pictures of the innovative gift that comes equipped with anti-coronavirus gear that includes flowers, face masks, soap bars, hand sanitisers and more.

 

man makes ‘anti-covid-19’ bouquet just in time for valentine’s dayImage via Facebook

 

The video creator shared pictures of the unique bouquet on Facebook and in his caption, he announced that he would be giving out the anti-COVID-19 bouquet to five lucky women who liked his post.

 

On 4th February, he personally delivered the bouquets to the winners.

 

 

“I though of the idea because I could not imagine what Valentine’s Day would be like if have a virus outbreak here,” Rigel told Cebu Daily News. “This is the reason why I thought of the anti-corona bouquet that includes alcohol, face masks and soap bars.”

 

“This was just done for fun but if this leads to a new business trend, then why not?” he added. “It cannot be denied that we really need alcohol, soap and masks nowadays.”

 

According to Rigel, each bouquet cost him around 600 pesos (RM49) to make. And of course, he made a special one to give to his girlfriend as well for Valentine’s.

 

 

This is definitely such a creative, fun and practical idea! We’d love to receive an anti-COVID-19 bouquet!

 

Do you think this was a good idea? Would your significant other love this? Let us know!

 

 

Info via Mothership

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