A Muslim family’s voluntary service to drop food packets at the doors of self-isolated neighbors has touched the residents of Sudbrooke, a small village in the West Lindsey district in the U.K.

“Have a good day” and “keep safe” were messages written on the two food packets delivered at the doorstep of 66-years old Pauline Loven, a renowned costume historian, and heritage film producer.

Self-isolated at home in her village, six miles (9.6 kilometers) northeast of the city of Lincoln, due to fears of novel coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak, Loven, told Anadolu Agency via email that she was deeply

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