More “Good News” Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak – Thursday Edition
Here are a few more good news stories from the outbreak . . .
1. Another person who was inspired by Captain Tom Moore is walking for charity. A 103-year-old retired doctor in Belgium is walking a marathon in his yard this month. He started June 1st . . . walks just under a mile a day . . . and is on pace to finish his 26.2 miles on June 30th. All the money he raises will go to support coronavirus research.
2. Wouldn’t it be great if this became a trend? A lawyer in New Zealand gave all 14 of her employees an extra $1,000, and told them to take a weekend trip somewhere. All she asked was that they spend ALL of it at small businesses. (Earlier this week, New Zealand announced they had ZERO active cases of the virus.)
3. A couple in Springfield, Missouri adopted a one-year-old cat named Cheese during the pandemic. And it got stuck up in a tree this week, right before a big storm was about to hit.
Their local fire department didn’t have time to come get the cat down, and neither did a local tree-trimming company. But the tree-trimmers offered to help anyway . . . saved the cat while a neighbor live-streamed it all on Facebook . . . and just as they were rescuing it, a big double-rainbow appeared in the sky.