Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.A group of high school students in Canada have created a hotline on Friday offering positive messages or simply a joke for seniors stuck in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.The free telephone line, 1-877-JOY-4ALL, offers a friendly voice on the other line, as well as clear recordings of stories, jokes, kind messages, letters, poetry, and music. Their goal is to keep everyone engaged and happy during these tough times.”During these challenging times and ongoing public health measures, we know that it is especially difficult for seniors and folks experiencing isolation,” its website said.MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY, WIFE CAMILA DONATE 80K FACE MASKS TO CORONAVIRUS FIRST-RESPONDERS IN TEXAS, LOUISIANA A group of high school students in Canada have created a hotline on Friday offering positive messages or simply a joke for seniors stuck in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic. (iStock)The Joy4All project is run by a group of recreational leadership students in Calgary “who want to make our community a safer and better place.”One of those students, Jared Quinn says he believes the program can eliminate generational gaps and allow students and seniors to learn more about each other


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