BBC: Letter from Africa: How African generosity dried a crying teacher’s tears. “In our series of letters from African journalists, Kenyan Joseph Warungu looks at the acts of generosity helping ordinary people through desperately trying times.”
Washington Post: A woman was hospitalized with covid-19. One of her aides turned out to be her long-lost sister.
Washington Post: A woman was hospitalized with covid-19. One of her aides turned out to be her long-lost sister.. “It was a regular day at the Nebraska rehabilitation center last month when Bev Boro, a medication aide, looked over her patient list. Suddenly, a name on the list stopped her cold: Doris Crippen. ‘I kept saying, “Oh my God,”‘ said Boro, 53. ‘That must be her.’ She had not seen her older sister in more than 50 years, though the two had long been searching for each other.”
CNN: They have been married 46 years and just overcame Covid-19, cancer and chemo together. “A Texas couple is feeling extra blessed after beating the coronavirus, cancer and finishing chemo. Robert and Janice Beecham have been married for 46 years, and this year they are happy to be recovering after a spring full of turmoil.”
NBC New York: ‘Miracle’ COVID-19 Survivor Finally Leaves NYC Hospital After 128-Day Fight For His Life
NBC New York: ‘Miracle’ COVID-19 Survivor Finally Leaves NYC Hospital After 128-Day Fight For His Life. “A man known as ‘Miracle Larry’ finally walked out of his Manhattan hospital on Wednesday, 128 days after he first was admitted with COVID-19. And for the first time since mid-March, he gets to do something he hasn’t done in far too long: hug his loved ones.”
USA Today: 103-year-old Massachusetts woman beats coronavirus, celebrates with Bud Light. “Shelley Gunn describes her Polish grandmother, Jennie Stejna, as having a feisty spirit. Stejna certainly displayed that spirit as the 103-year-old woman recently survived a bout with the coronavirus.”