New York governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday tweeted what he identified as a letter he received from a farmer in northeast Kansas.
Enclosed was an N95 mask the man had left over from his farming work, to be donated for use in the coronavirus crisis.
It's a beautiful letter.
Here's the tweet, below, and under that there's an embedded copy of the image.
I received this letter from a farmer in northeast Kansas. His wife is ill and he is aging.
He sent me 1 of 5 N95 masks he has from farming to pass on to a doctor or nurse in New York.
This is humanity at its best. I share his letter as inspiration. pic.twitter.com/Fa4h5LH9rL
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) April 24, 2020