Good News from 2020
2020 wasn’t all bad. I found this list on The Good News Group’s Facebook Page:
Protection for China’s Yangtze River
With 96 separate provisions The Yangtze river of China will receive landmark protections to begin on March 1st.
“All proposed chemical projects within one kilometer of the river will be banned, and existing ones are barred from expanding. Other polluting industries will be forced to move, while sand mining on the banks of the Yangtze will be severely restricted.”
Here’s more about this great “mother river” from the Good News Network.
USPS Mail Carrier Helps Save Elderly Woman on her Route
On January 14, USPS mail carrier Shonda Lemon noticed her elderly customer Helen Iwanski had not picked up her mail in three days. Shonda called the police for a well-being check and Ms. Iwanski was found alive, but had fallen and been on the floor for several days. After a few days in the hospital, Ms. Iwanski is now recovering in a rehab facility. You can read more at CNN.
Team of Women Delivers Vaccines to Remote Alaskan Villages
With just a few hours of light each day, an all women team delivers COVID vaccines and other health care to remote villages in Alaska. This video showing some of their journeys.
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