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Good news: April 21, 2020

Posted at 5:42 PM, Apr 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-21 18:47:07-04

He's already on the front lines of the COVID 19 pandemic, but that doesn't stop one Ohio police officer from delivering meals on wheels to seniors stuck at home.

But North Olmsted officer Jim Carbone is delivering more than lunch and dinner, residents say they look forward to talking to him because they can't go out anywhere.

A venture capitalist and pharmaceutical executive raised 300-thousand dollars so every resident in the bay area community of Bolinas, California could get free COVID 19 testing.

Sixteen hundred people are expected to drive through over the next few days to get tested for both the virus and antibodies.

What's better than seeing mini alpacas dressed up in party outfits walking down your street?

That's what happened in Orange County, California, where two mini alpacas named autumn and willow put on a mini parade for Coto de Caza residents. They've become so popular that people are putting in birthday and graduation drive-by requests on Facebook.

Fourteen year-old Sam Shore had a birthday to remember.

The Upper Arlington, Ohio teen is about to start his second round of chemotherapy. So dozens of friends, family and neighbors lined up in cars for a COVID-friendly 20 minute birthday parade past his home. Shore says with his family and friends around him, things are a lot better.

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