Here are a few more good news stories from the outbreak . . .
1. A three-year-old in Toronto who’s obsessed with garbage trucks only got to invite two people to his birthday this month because of social distancing. And he chose the two TRASH COLLECTORS who handle his route, so they went above and beyond for him. They brought four trucks to his house and blared the horns. Then they hung out in the front yard and gave him his own uniform.
2. This is the second recession younger people have gone through already. And it’s made them a little smarter with their money than older generations. 99% of people under 40 now say saving money is important. The top things they’re saving up for are a home, their retirement, to travel, to buy a car, and to pay for school.
3. A 106-year-old woman in India beat COVID-19 and left the hospital on Sunday.
4. A five-year-old kid near Cincinnati named Cayden Cummings opened a lemonade stand this summer, and wanted to donate the money to buy school supplies for other kids. His principal got a call about it and assumed they’d get a check for 20 or 30 bucks. But he ended up bringing in over a THOUSAND dollars and donated all of it.