More “Good News” Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak
Here are some more good news stories we saw over the weekend . . .
1. A guy in Detroit stood outside a gas station and paid for $900 in gas for nurses. Then a random woman who heard about it showed up and pitched in another $200.
2. The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame is selling a DR. FAUCI bobblehead to raise money for more personal protective gear for hospitals.
3. The Prime Minister of Ireland was a doctor before he got into politics. Now he’s practicing medicine again, one day a week just to help out.
4. A brewery in Brooklyn is selling a new IPA called “All Together” beer to raise money for employees. They shared the recipe and label art online, so other breweries could use it. Now hundreds of breweries all over the world are using it to do the same thing.
5. Around 100 people in Alabama organized a drive-by birthday party for a woman who was turning 100 years old. It was so big, the fire department offered to block off roads.
6. A guy in Illinois helped create a new “isolation unit” that lets patients breathe without spreading the virus. He also happens to be a groundwater expert who helped save the kids who got stuck in a cave in Thailand two years ago.
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