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Hope Blooms Amid Pandemic As Georgians Rally To Save Tulip Seller

Hundreds of tulips have been donated to health workers and COVID-19 patients in Georgia after a social-media drive to save a local harvest. The campaign came after RFE/RL reported on a Georgian tulip farmer known as Uncle Kako, who feared his flowers would wither after the country shut down markets because of the coronavirus pandemic, writes RFERL.

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