Collection of good news items to get your week off to a bright start.
Ireland: The Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, announces an accelerated easing of lockdown restrictions, and all shops will reopen from today.
Slovenia: Bees are essential workers and the country's bee whisperers have a plan to save colonies from climate change.
Breakthrough close on coronavirus antibody therapy, according to the British-Swedish pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca.
Germany: To oblige all petrol stations to offer electric car charging to help remove refuelling concerns and boost consumer demand for the vehicles as part of its €130 billion ($146 billion) economic recovery plan.
More than 140 Zuckerberg-funded scientists call on Facebook to rein in Trump.
Cuba: Communist island doing a great job restraining coronavirus.
Denmark: Re-opens borders for lovers, so couples separated by lockdown can finally see each other again.
Seed sales boom as more of us become budding gardeners. While more of us are growing vegetables at home as a result of coronavirus, online sales of flower seeds have also soared.
UK: Need your bicycle repaired? Government will give you £50 to get it sorted.
Malaysia: With virus 'under control', country said it would reopen nearly all economic activity this week.
England: Happy birthday to Derek Underwood, England’s most successful test spinner, who made his debut in 1966.