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.

4.  An eight-year-old kid in South Carolina named Greyson Winfield has been helping first responders, veterans, and single moms by doing yardwork for FREE during the pandemic.  He says “it doesn’t matter how old you are,” you can still help people.

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