Donald Trump honored a 10-year-old Indian-American girl: US President Donald Trump has praised 10-year-old Shravya Annapareddy for sending cookies and cards to nurses on the front and fire department personnel to deal with COVID-19.
Shravya is a member of the Girl Scout Troop and is a fourth-grade student at Hanover Hills Elementary School in Maryland.
Donald Trump honored a 10-year-old Indian-American girl
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump on Friday honored American heroes helping advance personnel deployed to combat the Coronavirus crisis, including this baby girl.
The Washington Times quoted the president as saying in a piece of news that the men and women we are honoring today remind us that the affection that binds us in difficult times can lead us to new heights.
Shravya is among the three Girl Scout girls who were honored by Trump. Her parents are from Andhra Pradesh.
The news shows that these girls of Girl Scout had sent 100 boxes of cookies to local doctors, nurses, and firefighters. He also sent them 200 cards by hand.
The virus, which started spreading from Wuhan, China in December last year, has infected more than 4 million people worldwide and has killed more than 3,15,000 people.
It killed 89,562 people in the US and affected more than 1.4 million people.