Good news: May 29, 2020

Posted at 5:55 PM, May 29, 2020

A Georgia man who's been baking bagels for nearly 45 years lost customers amid the COVID 19 pandemic.

But Mahmoud Abdulla, known as Mac around his City Bagel Shop in Sandy Springs, kept most of his staff working, and donates all the bagels and bread they bake to local food pantries. He says, it's what life is all about.

As COVID cases rose in New York and New Jersey early on in the US pandemic, ambulances from across the country came to help first responders facing an overwhelming number of calls.

Yesterday, the FDNY said goodbye to 85 different units from across the country with a parade of honor. EMS Operations Chief Lillian Bonsignore says they're eternally grateful.

Love never fails. and couples in Brazil are hoping that's the case.

Every day, dozens of couples have been taking advantage of a drive-thru wedding facility in Rio de Janeiro. While wearing masks and staying in their cars, couples exchange vows and rings while a registry official oversees the ceremony.

The San Diego Zoo is still closed due to the pandemic, but two rhinoceros calves have just been introduced to their outdoor habitat at the safari park.

Senior wildlife specialists say the pair were hesitant at first, but were soon exploring a mud-filled wallow and other animals. The female calf hasn't been named yet, but the male goes by Arjun.

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