Good COVID-19 Stories to Boost your Mood
It might be hard to spot at the moment, but there are several good things happening around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses and citizens are banning together while staying apart to bring comfort and peace during a scary time. While it's difficult to do during so much uncertainty, staying positive is essential to your well-being during all of this. To help with that, we've gathered some of the most positive and heartwarming news headlines from the last week to show that even during chaos, good things are happening.
Like the company Crocs has announced their giving away a free pair of shoes to healthcare workers every day until their supply runs out.
Apparently there is also a new trend where kids are drawing rainbows to hang in the windows.
Another new tread is called bear hunts. People are putting teddy bears in their windows so kids can walk around neighborhoods and "hunt" them and count how many they can find.
And that's not all. There's also two parents in Missouri that felt bad their son couldn't celebrate his 21st birthday at the bars, so they decided to turn their garage into a nightclub. The Dad was the bouncer and checked his ID, and his mom played the bartender who gave him free shots all night long.
A video is also going viral of a Milwaukee man using a remote control car to send a beer to his neighbor. It has over 5 million views so far.
A regular customer at a restuarant in Florida recently left a $10,000 tip to split among the workers. Another pizza place in Arizona received a $2,000 tip.
And lastly, Lyft is is delivering meals and medical supplies to people in need for free.