Watch Lego Version of Justin Trudeau’s COVID-19 Message to Kids

Credit: Tyler Walsh

Tyler Walsh, a Winnipeg Dad has made a 90-second stop-motion Lego version video of Justin Trudeau’s message to kids about COVID-19.

Trudeau during his National Address on March 22 said, “I want to thank you all. For helping us slow the spread of COVID-19.

“To all the kids out there: All of a sudden, you heard you can’t go on playdates or have sleepovers, your playgrounds and schools have closed and your March break was certainly different than what you’d hoped for. I get it from my kids as well.

“They’re watching a whole lot more movies, but they miss their friends, and at the same time, they are worried about what’s going on out there in the world and what their future may hold.

“I know this is a big change, but we have to do this not just for ourselves, but for our grandparents, our nurses, our doctors and everyone working at our hospitals and you kids are helping a lot.

“The doctors and scientists have been clear that social distancing – which means staying at least two metres apart and staying home at much as possible – is the best way to help each other, and you’re having to wash your hands a lot. So a special thanks to all you kids.

“Thank you for helping your parents work from home, for sacrificing your usual day, for doing math class around the kitchen table, and for trusting in science.

“Let’s make sure we all do our part.

“Let’s fight this together.”

Tyler Walsh tweeted, “Last Month during one of his press conferences, @JustinTrudeau had a message for Canadian children about how they can do their part in the fight against #COVID19. It’s a powerful statement, one that deserves a version all kids will want to watch.” His 90-second stop-motion video has been watched 237.9 K times within 23 hours.

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