If children in Boston hospitals can't come to Pokemon Go, then Pokemon Go will go to the children.
Ryan McAskill, who works at Boston Children’s Hospital as a computer support technician for the its child life services department, encouraged players to bring lures to the medical campus in a widely retweeted message on Twitter last week:
"Hey Pokemon Go Players. Have extra lures? Then drive to your nearest Children's Hospital and drop the lure there," the tweeted image reads. "There are plenty of kids who would love to go out and collect Pokemon, but they are stuck in bed, so this will help them."
"I work at Boston Children's hospital, and this is very true," McAskill added.