Round-up of good news from around the world in nice bite-sized chunks.
International stars and Indian celebrities taking part in I for India fundraising concert today (streaming live on facebook), to help the poor and needy in this difficult time.
Worldwide, more than a million people have recovered from Covid-19.
Lockdown has resulted in 11,000 fewer deaths from air pollution in Europe.
Captain Tom Moore (promoted by the Queen to Colonel on his 100th birthday) has now raised over £32 million for NHS charities in the biggest miscalculation of a fundraising target in history.
Up market footwear company - Fairfax and Favor - raised over £60,000 for NHS charities in April.
The Covid Arms, one of a number of virtual pubs that have sprung up since real pubs closed, says its live-streamed comedy nights have raised £57,000 and counting for the Trussell Trust, an NGO that runs food banks across the UK.
Toy-maker Mattel has a new line up: move over GI Joe, here come a squadron of real-life heroes to protect the planet on the frontlines of the crisis, with all proceeds going to charities.
Drive-in festivals are keeping culture alive in the Czech Republic.
Mayors, worldwide, co-ordinating efforts to support a low-carbon, sustainable path out of lockdowns, with a series of environmental initiatives being rolled out from Bogotá to Barcelona to ensure public safety and bolster the fight against climate breakdown.
What greater respect can one give medical men who helped save your life. Wilfred after Boris' grandfather, Lawrie after my grandfather, Nicholas after Dr Nick Price and Dr Nick Hart - the two doctors that saved Boris' life last month," Carrie Symonds said.