Sometimes, it takes children to tell us adults what is important in life. Northern Ireland's top schoolgirl golfer is appealing to people to follow the three basic rules for combating Covid-19 - wash your hands, wear a mask and socially distance when in the company of others.
These are simple rules, yet many people continue to ignore them. But Katie Poots has a special reason for her appeal. Her grandfather, who revelled in her huge golfing talent, died from the virus in April. It was a devastating blow for the whole family and a reminder that coronavirus is a deadly enemy.
Her grandfather came to watch her play every weekend and was a constant encouragement to her. Very often we forget that behind every statistic of death from the virus lies a story of much-loved person taken too soon.
Katie's campaign is being backed by the Mary Peters Trust, which has a face mask range.
Apart from defined medical issues, there should be no reason not to wear a mask.
It could save someone's life, someone so very loved, just like Katie's grandad.