It may look silly, but it definitely puts a smile on your face.
Gregg Garfield was "patient zero" at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, California and was given a 1% chance of survival - and he was finally able to go back home.
The crazy part? She ended up testing positive even though she didn't actually have any of the symptoms.
A stranger helped out Kyrie Anderson by lending her his Prius after she was stranded on her way to work when her car battery died.
Officers lined the streets on Wednesday as hundreds of healthcare workers who traveled from out of state to treat the city’s coronavirus patients left for their final shifts before going home.
Many doctors are worried that they could bring home COVID-19 to their families, so RV owners have been lending out their vehicles through a Facebook group called "RVs 4 MDs."
Nurse Tommye Austin in Texas used AC filter material to create face masks for healthcare workers, and they have better filtration than the N95.
Liam Marshall from Georgetown University had an idea of what he could do at home to help support front-line workers, and now he's raised over $15,000.