A few quick facts to make you feel happier and more optimistic.
Bluebells still look gorgeous in the woods.
More than half a million people have recovered.
Unexpected blessing: clean air.
Record collapse in carbon emissions.
Nobody objects if 'drinks time' starts a bit earlier.
In almost all the worst affected countries, the number of new cases reported each day is falling.
Over £20m. The amount you can raise by walking around your garden.
Letterbox-shaped products come into their own.
Pop-up bike lanes – a coronavirus innovation.
Having a good crisis: the bidet.
Online courses booming as people expand their minds.
UK furlough scheme will now run until the end of June.
Amsterdam becomes first city in the world to adopt a new model for changing economic strategy from growth to thriving, and connecting bodily health to planetary health.
Free night time entertainment: the Lyrid meteor shower will peak late on 21 April and early the following morning.
Maybe, just maybe, remdesivir is the drug that can kill the coronavirus.
Panic averted in Canada, where national pot smoking day on 20 April, called 420, looked like being, well, rather short of weed, man.
The stuck-at-home are keen to improve themselves. Kettlebells and yoga mats are selling like toilet paper.
Boom in online videos, like How to Explain Today to Your Past Self
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Just in Case... You have not yet heard / seen Andrea Bocelli: Music For Hope, at Duomo di Milano. Put aside 20 minutes, brew yourself a coffee or pour a glass of wine, put your feet up, and enjoy this magnificent concert from a deserted cathedral.