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

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

1.  A new study this week found that COVID-19 patients still had immune cells six months after they’d been infected.

2.  A guy in New York spent a full month sitting on a street corner with a typewriter, and writing letters for anybody who walked by and wanted to reach out to someone.  He set up right next to a mailbox, so he could type it out for them, and immediately mail it off.

3.  A lot of therapists have had to rely on Zoom sessions this year, which isn’t ideal.  But a recent study found it might actually work BETTER in some cases.  Researchers tracked people who only talked with therapists through apps, video chats, emails, and texts.  And they experienced more depression relief than people who met up in person.

4.  In case you didn’t hear, Scotland’s prime minister recently reassured kids that Santa is an essential worker, and he’ll still be able to make his deliveries this year.

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