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A California nurse got Leukemia, so her colleagues donated their sick time to help her out.

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When Molly Miskiewicz noticed the pandemic’s impact on her local food banks and their beneficiaries, she took it upon herself to start her own direct home donation pick up service. Change Mak...

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A woman in England has become the first person to receive the Pfizer-Biotech vaccine.

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Eduard Seitan runs a successful restaurant group, but with many of his businesses closed he has taken to volunteer work instead.

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An NGO in Thailand has reached nearly 100,000 people on the ground with meals, financial aid and care packages.

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From Notre Dame Monastery in Marengo, Illinois, His Excellency Bishop Jean Marie speaks to you about Covid-19 and the importance of Psalm 90.

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Scott Thompson planted 2 million sunflowers in his strawberry farm to help cheer people up and give them a place to picnic.

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Two Pensacola, Florida, sisters are stepping up and trying to sew and collect masks for every student in their county.

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Despite struggling to make ends meet, Shetara Sims wanted to donate $100 she won in a lottery. Now, the Kansas City Police Department has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for her.

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Country Time has created a relief program, “The Littlest Bailout,” that will provide lemonade stand owners that have been impacted by COVID-19 with $100.  

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Dr. Ali Karim joins the A Plus Upside to talk about what we’ve learned, how to stay safe and tips on avoiding quarantine depression.

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Tara Travieso, a mother of two, used the imagery of bubbles to explain to her kids why we have to keep our social distance. When she saw how receptive they were to it, she decided to write a children...

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The first trial results on humans in the effort to develop a COVID-19 vaccine have shown promising signs that the vaccine boosts a healthy person’s immune system. Dr. Anthony Fauci call...

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The World Central Kitchen has dispatched to cities across the U.S. and the world, helping facilitate soup kitchens and food offerings but also giving financial aid to restaurants in need.

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Joe Huston, the managing director of Give Directly, makes the case that giving people money directly is the best way to help them during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Michelle Brenner used her stimulus check to make lasagna for her neighbors after being furloughed. Then word of her cooking spread like wildfire.

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After Spain ended their state of emergency, Barcelona’s Liceu Opera opened again with a full house of plants.

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Fashion Designer, Anifa Mvuemba, displayed her latest fashion line through a virtual fashion show.

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Johns Hopkins has made a class on psychological aid free to anyone who wants to enroll.

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Experts on bullying say remote learning is giving new opportunities for kids to make bonds and bullied students to flourish.

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Dr. Ali Karim joins the A Plus Upside to share his thoughts about why he’s optimistic in the fight against COVID-19. A Plus Upside - Episode 1

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A New Mexico couple says they’ve been living in isolation for decades before COVID-19 hit.

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Carly Marinaro and her kids missed hugging their Nana Rose so much that they created Hug Time, a contraption that allows them to hug her while still preventing direct contact.

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Bill Hanisch, a bakery owner in Minnesota, is delivering hundreds of free or discounted cakes to seniors near his bakery.