RIVERSIDE, Calif. (CBS Local) — A 10-year-old California girl has figured out a way to safely embrace her grandparents during the coronavirus pandemic.

Paige Okray of Riverside has invented the “hug curtain” — a shower curtain sealed over a doorway with strategically placed arm slots.

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Paige said she came up with the idea after seeing several videos of people using blankets to hug their loved ones. She used a shower curtain, a hot glue gun, Ziploc bags, and disposable plates to create the “hug curtain.”

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“She came up with the idea, she laid it out in the family room and spent multiple hours working on it,” her mom, Lindsay Okray, told KABC. “[We] took it over to my parents’ house and surprised them.”

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Okray works as a nurse in the COVID-19 unit at Riverside Community Hospital so she has had to stay socially distanced from her parents as a precaution.