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

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

1.  A group of British scientists who’ve been working on a vaccine have now set up their own company to distribute it if it works.  It’s so they don’t have to rely on drug companies, and can make it as cheap as possible.

2.  A school district in South Carolina is making sure its students don’t go hungry this summer.  They launched a new program this week that offers free groceries to families who need them all summer long.

3.  A children’s book author named Rob Biddulph has been offering free art lessons on YouTube during the pandemic.  And he just set a world record for largest online art lesson.  He was trying to get 10,000 people to sign on at once, and ended up with over 45,000.  (You can watch the lesson here.)

4.  A newspaper delivery guy in New Jersey named Greg Dailey was in the news a few months ago when he offered to go grocery shopping for seniors on his route, free of charge.  He started in late March, and now there’s an update.  Since then, he’s made over 500 trips to the store for more than 120 people.

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