More “Good News” Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak – Monday Edition
Here are a few more good news stories from the outbreak . . .
1. Scientists at Helsinki Airport in Finland have been using sniffer dogs to detect people who might be sick. And now they think the dogs might be more accurate than nasal swab tests. They’re also a lot faster.
2. A dad in Ohio pulled a guy from a burning house on Halloween, and was dressed as a SUPERHERO when it happened. He was walking around with his family, who all dressed as characters from the show “The Boys” for Halloween this year.
3. Another dad in Ohio recently found out the Akron marathon would be virtual this year because of the pandemic. So he signed up . . . ran 35 laps around the hospital that’s treating his four-year-old son’s cancer . . . and raised $16,000 for them.
4. A group in Rhode Island just opened some hobbit houses that they’re renting out for private dinners and events. They’re hoping they’ll be a hit during the pandemic, because we’re all sick of staying home. And it’s something new and weird to do.