More "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak

October 29, 2020
Coronavirus Good News
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Here are a few more good news stories from the outbreak...

1.  A mom in Houston has been mowing lawns for seniors and veterans free of charge during the pandemic.  She lost her job early on, and wanted to use her free time to help people.  She's doing it through a website called IWantToMowYourLawn.com.

2.  Hawaii's animal shelters are overcrowded because of the pandemic.  So a group called "Paws Across the Pacific" just flew 600 dogs and cats from Hawaii to Seattle to make sure they didn't get put down.  It's the largest pet rescue flight ever.

3.  Two artists in Mexico City decided to pivot and start selling baked goods when COVID hit, even though they didn't have an oven.  They baked everything in a toaster oven for a while, and it turned out they were good at it.  So they took their profits . . . got a new place with an oven . . . and now business is booming.

4.  The owners of a gym in D.C. found out a 90-year-old woman across the street loves watching their rooftop classes from her window.  She used to be a ballerina, and tries to follow along to the workouts sometimes.  So they put up a new mural on the side of their building, just for her.  It faces her apartment, and all it says is "Keep Moving."