A safe way to hug again? New Jersey mom creates ‘hug wall’ made of shower curtains

A mother in Haskell, Passaic County has created the “hug wall,” a safe way to hug again.
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The “hug wall” is made of shower curtains, with arm holes on either side.
Melissa Molnar says her four children haven't hugged their grandparents since March when the pandemic began.
Her mother's birthday was Wednesday, and Molnar knew how to make it special.
"It's been so hard for everybody in the world, and it was refreshing to be able to hug my parents and see their reactions, and see my children's reactions who have been asking for months when this would be over,” says Molnar.
Molnar calls it "the best day of COVID."