Staying Positive: More "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak

More "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak

Here are a few more good news stories we've seen today . . .

1. Someone in Massachusetts spent $5,000 on gift cardsto cover ALL the groceries bought during a store's "senior citizen hours" on Saturday.

2. A customer at a restaurant in Houston left a $1,000 tipon a $19 takeout order, and the employees CHEERED when they found out. The owner says it's a regular, and he called to let them know how much it lifted people's spirits.

3. Brazil honored its medical workers on Sunday by using a projector to turn the Christ the Redeemerstatue into a doctor.

4. A photographer in Minnesota is doing family portraits for people on their porches . . . and he's calling them "Porchtraits." In the past few weeks, he's gone to 150 houses and taken free family photosfor random people, all while social distancing.

5. A landlord in New Jersey who owns 12 different buildings isn't charging rent until July. All he asks is that his tenants pay it forward by supporting local businesses.

6. A group of high school students in Canada created a free hotline to help cheer up senior citizenswho are stuck in isolation. It's full of pre-recorded jokes and uplifting messages from kids. The number is 1-877-JOY-4ALL.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content