Despite covid restrictions, Clown Doctors safely continue their work23.12.2020
Doctor Clown visited the children's hospital in September, but then coronavirus-related restrictions on visitors were reintroduced. We did not want to send video greetings, as these young patients already spend too much time in front of the screens. In spite of the circumstances, we found a way to bring some joy and comfort to the children in the hospital. The Clown Doctors wave to the children and joke with them under the windows of the Tallinn Children's Hospital. This approach has been very well received by the Hospital, and the Hospital’s Communications Manager has informed the various departments so that the children can reach the windows of their hospital rooms in time.
Doctor Clown has ignored bad weather and play spontaneously using toys such as kites, balloons, umbrellas, hula hoops, etc. These encounters under the windows of the Children's Hospital have been extremely beneficial for everyone including the children, their parents, medical staff, and for the Clown Doctors themselves.
The Clown Doctors are still in full swing and acting for the benefit of children in the context of the covid-19 pandemic. We want to brighten the day of every child in need of hospital treatment, lift their spirits and make them smile again.