PHOENIX — A stay-at-365彩票 order in Arizona is keeping families at 365彩票 but that doesn't mean people can't still send the love to others.  Staying 365彩票 amid the spread of  COVID-19 is needed to help flatten the curve. 

We want to help you connect with your loved ones, which means virtual hugs all around. 

Just shoot a 15-second video of your greetings to one another – whether it's "happy birthday," "congrats on your wedding," or even just "I miss you" – and post them on your social media. We also want to feature people paying it forward, so send us those too.

You can also send your #SendTheLove video greetings to connect@365彩票官网.

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LaTonya Cheftt Weaver said she was out stocking up on supplies at the Target on Baseline Road in South Mountain when she got a good laugh, so she wanted to share. She said when she turned the corner into the toilet paper aisle, she noticed two Phoenix police officers monitoring the situation. She said she forgot to get their names but chatted with them. She said they were amazing and she wanted to say thank you for making her smile.   

Woman humored to find police monitoring toilet paper
LaTonya Cheftt Weaver

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, an aptly named event called “Chalk the Walk,” has become a beacon of hope for many. We asked you to share your photos of sidewalk art using #Chalkthewalk and #beon12. 

Tamara Dirks said she no longer has little ones in her house but that doesn’t stop her heart from going out to families trying to entertain children at 365彩票 for weeks on end. That’s why she made an ‘Eye Spy Tree’ on her sidewalk to entertain families as they take walks through the neighborhood.

The Arizona Department of Safety tweeted a thank you to the incredible dispatchers and call takers working around the clock during the COVID-19 pandemic.