The five-year-old boy struggles to fit in his school uniform after gaining weight during a coronavirus lock
The adorable five-year-old struggles to fit into his school uniform after gaining weight during the corona virus
- Viral images show the boy sucking his stomach while putting on a school outfit
- The toddler stayed at home for more than four months because of the closure in China
- The child’s funny response has amused tens of millions of social media users
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Trending images have emerged of a five-year-old boy in China struggling to get into his school uniform after gaining weight while spending more than four months at home because of the coronavirus lock.
The toddler can be seen in the viral video sucking his belly as his grandmother tried to button up the child’s shirt. The boy then smiled with relief after finally putting on the school outfit.
Tens of millions of social media users have been amused by the boy’s adorable expression after the clip was uploaded to Chinese Twitter-style Weibo yesterday.
Fun images show a five-year-old boy in China struggling to get into his school uniform after gaining weight while spending more than four months at home due to coronavirus blockage
One commenter wrote, “This is so cute.”
Another said, “This is me when I try on clothes.”
Other internet users expressed concerns about the boy’s health.
“Dear child, no one should laugh at your weight. But a leaner body would help you grow up happily and healthily, ”commented.
A fourth viewer criticized the boy’s parents, “This is irresponsible parenting. We must include managing your child’s health as part of the parent’s duties. ‘
The boy’s mother told Chinese media that her five-year-old son now weighs nearly 50 pounds (7.87 stone) after spending more than four months at home during the coronavirus lock.
The imagery was recently filmed in the city of Anyang in Henan Province in central China.
Tens of millions of social media users were amused by the boy’s adorable act after the clip was uploaded to Chinese Twitter-style Weibo yesterday. The images were filmed in Henan Province
It’s because tens of millions of students in China return to campus after the country appears to have largely controlled the coronavirus outbreak. Students with face masks receive a class at a primary school on the first day of reopening on June 2 in Fujian Province
It’s because tens of millions of students in China return to campus after the country appears to have largely controlled the coronavirus outbreak.
Wuhan where the pandemic started announced Zero active confirmed cases in the city for the second time after firing all seven patients who contracted the infection from an infection cluster in May.
The former epicenter first claimed zero confirmed infections in late April. But fear of a new crisis erupted after Wuhan reported a new infection cluster on May 10.
China plans to publish a white paper this Sunday on the country’s progress in fighting the corona virus outbreak Chinese media.
Young Chinese students wearing red scarves are pictured at a ceremony attending the Young Pioneers at Mingtong Primary School on Children’s Day on June 1 in Yunnan Province
Pupils who wear wings, which helps to maintain a safe distance, line up to have body temperature checked on June 2 at a primary school in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China
Five new confirmed COVID-19 infections have been reported in China today. They would all be imported goods from incoming travelers.
In total, 61 imported patients are treated according to the hospital China’s Health Commission. There are also 66 active domestic infections in the country.
The deadly disease has infected 83,027 people in China and has caused at least 4,634 deaths.
Worldwide, nearly 6.5 million people have contracted the deadly bug and more than 383,000 people have died.