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Good news: April 2, 2020

Posted at 10:07 PM, Apr 02, 2020

There are plenty of good stories happening during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A professor at Cal State University is using an innovative way to explain Covid-19 to the public.

She's using her four year old daughter to file news reports. Nicole Dabbs says to keep her four year old daughter Ashton Lily busy, they've been posting Youtube videos about hand washing, exercising and flattening the curve.

Former President Barack Obama is praising a Virginia second grader for his ingenuity when it comes to helping local hospitals.

Seven year old Zohaib collected more than six thousand pieces of personal protective equipment for doctors and nurses. He asked local hotels for shower caps, but they also donated gloves and face masks. He says his mom also let him order some stuff from amazon.

Two artists in San Jose, California are paying homage to those on the front-lines of the novel Coronavirus pandemic.

Denise Olenak and Alex Alvarado painted a mural featuring Dr. Anthony Fauci from the National Institutes of Health along with a Winston Churchill quote - Never was so much owed by so many to so few. They say it's a thank you to all the medical workers.

Thousands of workers in the hospitality industry have found themselves out of a job as the Coronavirus halts travel.

To help those who are laid off, food supplier Sysco teamed up with 412 Food Rescue to giveaway fresh produce to some Pittsburgh residents. They say four hundred cases of healthy food went to those in need.