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We can't imagine how difficult it is to have a baby during the coronavirus pandemic. This is a time when you probably need your loved ones the most to support you and help you.

Whenever Shea Bramer in Grand Junction recently had a baby in April, he opened up about what it was like to have a baby during a pandemic. He told us that they were screened for symptoms as soon as they got there and only Shea and his girlfriend were allowed in the hospital.

This group of people in Grand Junction knew they wanted to be there for their loved one on the big day, and they didn't let COVID-19 get in the way. The group decided to cheer on their family member in labor from the parking lot of Community Hospital.

Even though they couldn't be inside to hold her hand, take a look at how happy and excited everyone looks. Their signs say things like 'push' and 'I love you' and 'Mav.' We've been faced with lots of new challenges and a different way of living in 2020, but these people are making the best of it.

A lot of people commented on this post on Community Hospital's Facebook and they were all praises. One person commented about how fun it was to watch this group from the third floor. Another comment says how they're bringing joy in the craziness. One person even stated how their family is expecting two babies and that you can expect to see them in the parking lot with just as much enthusiasm.

Congratulations on the new addition to the family. It seems like this little one already has lots of love and support.

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