But perhaps that’s really the saving grace of this global event. Despite the suffering and loss, it’s reminding us that we're all in this together, even if remotely.
St. Teresa once said, “If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.”
Perhaps this pandemic will serve as a reminder.
Here are some silver linings to the dark cloud that is COVID-19:
Dolphins returning to Italy: Covid-19 upside? Dolphins return to Italy and clear Venice canals as humans self-isolate
Pollution clearing over China: Satellite animation shows pollution clearing over China during coronavirus outbreak
Northern Italy also: Coronavirus: Air pollution and CO2 fall rapidly as virus spreads
Reconnecting with your spouse and family
Those working from home can replace commute time with self-care time: Working from home is awesome. Here's how to excel at it
Drive-in theaters are getting more business: Amid coronavirus outbreak, drive-in theaters unexpectedly find their moment
Breweries making hand sanitizer - Distilleries using high-proof alcohol to make hand sanitizer
Local supermarkets adding “senior citizens only’ shopping hours - Coronavirus senior shopping: Stores introduce 'senior-only' time
Museums, national parks, other cultural attractions offering virtual online tours:
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are fine - Tom Hanks offers some good news
Italians are making music on their balconies to entertain neighbors: The Italians Making Music on Balconies Under Coronavirus Quarantine
People are helping each other - These Inspiring Pictures Show People Helping Others During The Coronavirus Pandemic
AST Sportswear, a clothing company in Brea is now making facemasks to help healthcare professionals who are running out of this vital protective gear.
A recent story went viral about a man sent his chihuahua to the store with a note and a twenty-dollar bill and a note and attached to his collar requesting Cheetos. It doesn't matter whether it's true or not; it's too funny not to share!