05.29.20

Some good news for you

Folks, 

The COVID-19 crisis has tested the strength of our great state, but it has also revealed the depth of our goodness as a people

I wanted to share a few stories of Georgians stepping up to help each other.

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1. A Laurens County high school student launched "Angels to Vets," which encourages members of the community to write letters to veterans at the Dublin VA clinic who are sheltering in place.

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2. Community members in Albany hosted a surprise parade to honor healthcare workers. 

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3. Nothing Bundt Cakes, a bakery in Savannah, donated 300 sweet treats to the Savannah Police Department. 

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4. Locals in Northeast Georgia are using their personal sewing equipment to makeprotective masks for healthcare workers and members of their community. 

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5. Feed the Frontlines Georgia, a nonprofit launched last month, is delivering meals from local restaurants to healthcare providers across the state. They have already made donations to 37 Georgia hospitals.

One more thing...

  • CVS Health announced that they have opened 23 new COVID-19 testing sites across Georgia. For a complete list of testing sites, click here. 

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