Coronavirus positive: Good news round-up

If you can suspend your disbelief for long enough it’s really not hard to find the upside in our current predicament.

We’re mostly spending out working days at home in tracksuit trousers, living la vida cosy, the streets are noticeably quieter and now you can do your bit to keep the racket down by parking in more areas than usual.

Several local councils have relaxed their rules on where motorists can and can’t leave their cars, with wardens warned against issuing tickets for cars parked in resident only bays.

It’s been suggested that enforcement takes a “common sense” approach, which doesn’t bode all that well given London collectively took its children and grandparents to the same four parks last weekend. 

But let’s give traffic wardens, surely one of the toughest gigs imaginable, some credit and assume they’re going to collectively know when to practice leniency. They’re a great bunch,

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10 ways to beat coronavirus boredom in the comfort of your own home in Charlotte

Who’s bored yet? OK, yes, pretty much everyone. But we’re all doing the right thing by staying inside in our pajamas all day. North Carolina officials have said our stay-at-home orders are working, and the outbreak of COVID-19 may peak with fewer deaths than originally feared.

At the same time, national officials have reminded us that now we must really buckle down and stay at home to crack down on spreading the novel coronavirus. It’s a daunting thought after a few solid weeks of sitting on the couch, burning through all your must-watch tv and movie recommendations.

Shannon Evans, co-owner of Nailed It DIY, said, “I think it’s important to recognize that what we are all dealing with is intense. We’re all in the same storm but in different boats. Our minds all need to find the space they need to process this in a way that

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