5 Good Things That Happened the Week of April April 13th
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5 Good Things That Happened the Week of April April 13th

Just a little positivity for your quarantine.

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5 Good Things That Happened the Week of April April 13th

As we close in on our 4th week in quarantine, it can be kind of difficult to see what good could be happening in the world around us. If you are anything like me, I have stopped watching to news all together. This week some good things are happening and I am so here for it.

2. Zoos and aquariums have gone livestream

The Shedd Aquarium, in particular, has a penguin live cam that gives penguin lovers a live look into the ends and outs of their day to day lives.

3. The Ross Barnett Reservoir is open to the public again

While not all boat docks are open, the people of Mississippi can enjoy fishing and outdoor recreation again. Just in time for perfect spring weather.

5. A 106 year old woman recovers from Coronavirus

Keep a look out every Friday to get a weekly dose of some good news!

Good news from the week of April 5th is below

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