More “Good News” Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak – Thursday Edition
Here are a few more good news stories from the outbreak . . .
1. Two sisters in Pensacola, Florida started a group called Sisters of Hope that’s been making face masks non-stop. Their goal is to give one to every teacher and student in their community before school starts up again.
2. Actor GARY SINISE’S charity has done a TON to help veterans and healthcare workers the last few months. The Gary Sinise Foundation has now raised over $1.3 million . . . handed out 54,000 meals . . . and given first responders more than 5,000 pieces of PPE.
3. It’s harder to understand people through face masks. So a robotics company in Japan came up with a “smart” mask that fits over a normal one and amplifies your voice. It can also link up to your phone and translate what you say into eight different languages. It’s called the C-Mask. They say it could be available in the U.S. early next year.