Tuesday’s Good News



A boy scout in Canada is using his skills to make healthcare workers more comfortable. Quinn Roney is creating “ear guards” with his 3D printer for medical staff who wear face masks all day. The guards take pressure off their ears so they’re not sore after a long day. (source)


A Tennessee boy who has cystic fibrosis is now recovering from the coronavirus. Joseph Bostrain’s disease clogs the lungs and can make coronavirus more dangerous. But after a two week battle, the six-year-old has beaten the odds. (source)



A musical duo have been entertaining their neighbors with their own private concerts. Kelly McConkie Stewart and her 13-year-old daughter, Vivian, serenade with pop-up performances in their Utah community. They’ll visit different neighbors and play from the front yard as the audience stays safely indoors. (source)