Inside Edition
Inside Edition 13 Jan 2021

Woman Sews Teddy Bears for People Coping With COVID-19


One woman is turning old clothes into special mementos to comfort people who have lost loved ones to COVID-19. Erendira Guerrero has been toiling away in her workshop in Juarez, Mexico making teddy bears. Guerrero says she wanted to do something to help people who are coping with a death during the pandemic. People have been bringing her clothes from their family and friends who have died and Guerrero uses them to make teddy bears. Inside Edition Digital's Mara Montalbano has more.

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