More “Good News” Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak – Monday Edition

Here are a few more good news stories from the outbreak . . .

1.  A five-year-old kid in England named Tony Hudgell lost both of his legs as a baby, and just got a new set of prosthetics in February.  Now he’s raised over a MILLION dollars for charity by walking 10 kilometers last month, or just over 6 miles.

2.  There’s a circus festival in Montreal each year, but they don’t want people grouping up because of the virus.  So they’re doing a bunch of pop-up circus performances all around the city this week without announcing where they’ll be.

3.  A new study found 90% of COVID-19 patients who lose their sense of taste get it back within about a month.

4.  A guy in San Francisco just turned 100 years old.  And his friends and family celebrated with a caravan of 100 cars.

5.  A family in Akron, Ohio couldn’t go on vacation this year.  So they turned their backyard into a “COVID-cabana” where they can hang out all summer.  It’s got an above-ground pool, some lounge beds, and an area they’re calling a beer garden.

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