Alex Montagano has adapted to the world’s physical distancing measures by building what he calls a ‘hugging station.’
Made from a wooden frame with thick plastic, sleeves, and a pair of lab gloves, Montagano tells Daily Hive it was built to safely hug his parents.
Montagano says his parents were on vacation and returned mid-lockdown and he hadn’t been able to hug his folks in eight months.
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The NDG native runs an asbestos removal business and the station was put together with equipment he had lying around.
Desperate times call for desperate (and ingenious) measures.