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

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

1.  A six-year-old with spina bifida was inspired by the World War Two vet who walked for charity.  So he started walking 30 feet a day, hoping to raise about $100.  And last we checked, he’d raised over 300 GRAND on JustGiving.com.

2.  A couple in D.C. got married in the middle of the street on Saturday.  And ALL of their neighbors came out to watch while keeping a safe distance.

3.  In the lead-up to Cinco de Mayo, the alcohol brand Jose Cuervo is buying lunch for 250 random people a day.  Just tweet a photo of your receipt, with the hashtags “#CincoToGo” and “#CuervoContest.”

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From now through Cinco de Mayo, Jose Cuervo will pick up the tab on thousands of to-go orders when you order food from a local, independent Mexican restaurant. Tweet us the receipt with . See official rules at https://www.cuervocontest.com 

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4.  A group in North Carolina created a website this month called PledgeMyCheck.org that encourages people to give part of their stimulus money to charity . . . anywhere from $1 to all $1,200.  In the first week alone, people pledged almost 20 grand.

5.  Two students at Florida State launched a website called Kindness Amid Coronavirus that tracks good news stories.  And there’s a map that shows where each one happened.  So you can zoom in and find stories in your area.

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