Full video report by Hannah McNulty.
A Syrian refugee is making masks and scrubs for health workers on the coronavirus frontline.
Ismail Diab, was a tailor in Damascus before his family fled due to fighting and violence during the ongoing Syrian conflict.
After two years living in the UK, he says he wanted to give something back to the community that helped when he and his family came to country.
He and his wife and three children were resettled in Annan, in Dumfries and Galloway, under the British Government's Vulnerable Person Resettlement scheme.
He has two shops in Annan and Longtown which are currently closed due to the coronavirus outbreak but he's making trousers, jackets and masks for healthcare staff.
Ismail's 10-year-old daughter, Limar, is also helping in between home schooling.
She said: "We had help a lot when we came here and we thought we can help them right now as there's a big problem. I thought my Dad is a tailor so let's help."
The pair volunteer for Scrub Hub, which has around 1000 people making PPE for frontline workers in hospitals, doctors surgeries and care homes.
The donated material is cut and delivered to the army of sewers before they are transported to those who need them most.