Here are a few more good news stories from the outbreak . . .
1. A seven-year-old girl in Chicago named Hayley Orlinsky has been making and selling bracelets for charity. Her goal was $200 . . . and she’s now raised close to $20,000. All that money is being used to buy PPE for the children’s hospital that treated her as a baby.
2. More people are applying for medical school than normal, and experts think it’s a direct result of the pandemic. Seeing doctors and experts talk about it has inspired more people to go into medicine, and they’re calling it the “Fauci effect.”
3. A guy in line at a Dairy Queen drive-thru in Minnesota said he wanted to pay for the person behind him the other day. Then that person paid for the person behind THEM . . . and it kept going for more than NINE HUNDRED cars.
4. Google’s annual Year in Search just came out, and a lot of people searched for how to “HELP” this year. The top “how to help” searches in the U.S. were for the fires in Australia . . . Black Lives Matter . . . and “How to help during coronavirus.”
And I guess all the delivery food we ordered had an effect . . . because “How to help acid reflux” was #5.