Parents across the US working to calm children

Construction workers and hospital staff take gift-giving to new heights for a boy celebrating his 10th birthday in the hospital.
1:40 | 04/20/20

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Helping the children in this moment of uncertainty. Parents across this country and the world trying to reassure their children. Reese with his mom in the hospital, fighting leukemia. Today, construction workers showing their love. There's a bicycle. Reporter: A bike for his tenth birthday. And tonight, Reese and his dad telling us it meant the world. No more single digits. We wanted to make it as special as possible. Were you surprised? He's a man of few words but he was excited. Reporter: We all remember coco coming home after her last chemotherapy treatment. And her gasp. All of the families sending love. Hi, David. Reporter: Her mom telling us coco is getting better every day. Thank you so much for asking. I'm feeling fine. Reporter: This mother in Australia with Georgia at bedtime. Georgia is -- Important. Georgia is -- Strong. But most of all, Georgia is -- Loved. Georgia is loved. When this pandemic arrived, it changed so many things. But it didn't change everything. Across New Jersey, students are still learning. Still receiving nutritious meals.

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