Tag Archives: COVID-19

When Can You Get Your Covid-19 Vaccine?

Doctor holding a dose of the covid 19 pfizer vaccine

The Covid-19 pandemic has been raging on for the better part of a year, now, thoroughly disrupting our lives and changing them profoundly. The first Stay-At-Home order was issued by Governor Mike Parson on April 6, 2020, and that’s when the severity of this pandemic really set in for the …

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Thursday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

If we have been taught anything during this pandemic its that relationships are one of the most important things in this world. Let’s keep working on making them stronger!  Teachers have not only gone out of their way to make sure their students are continuing to learn but they’re also …

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Monday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

Smiling is a little bit easier these days but it always helps to have some great stories to give you an extra boost.  An animated short was produced to honor the brave essential workers as they battle the “Covid-dragon.” Aside from the story being absolutely adorable, the short allows you …

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Friday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

We are approaching another weekend! Time to celebrate with some awesome stories!  One of the hardest economic hits in our nation happened in Key West. With so many people struggling, a couple wanted to help out. They reached out to the mayor and came up with a jaw-dropping plan. They …

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B-2 Flyover will honor our healthcare heroes

The Missouri Air National Guard’s 131st Bomb Wing will conduct B-2 flyovers of six Missouri communities to honor medical and healthcare professionals, essential employees and volunteers in the fight against COVID-19. The flyovers are part of an Air Force-wide effort to honor first responders as they battle the COVID-19 pandemic, …

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Wednesday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

Every hump day could use a little extra dose of good.  It’s officially nurses week and it couldn’t have come at a better time. We are all appreciating health care workers a little more now and Philadelphia showed theirs in the most epic way. As part of the local #PhillyShinesBlue …

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Monday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

As things slowly start to open back up, we will still be giving you doses of happiness, just not as frequently. Make sure to look for the amazing stories on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays! With PPE being in high demand, manufacturers are working around the clock. They’ve also had help …

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Friday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

As we head into our new “normal” let’s remember how many heroes that we have seen during this shutdown!  Let’s keep these “feel good” stories going!  A man’s life was saved twice by the same hospital. When he was a baby, Adam Lilling, had to have an experimental surgery done …

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Zoey

Little Zoey bought drinks for all the folks working the Covid-19 testing at Saline County Health Department in Marshall Mo…she had a Norwex party and the money she earned was enough to bring drinks and treats for the staff at the health department, Katy Trail Clinic and National Guard!!! Thank …

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Workers at Employment Security

Brunette female call center worker on phone at desk

 I wanted to give a shout out to all of those people at employment security that are assisting with the unemployment claims. Our jobs are not easy.  We are not getting recognized for the hard work and extra hours that we are putting in. So I want to send a …

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Wednesday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

Watching the storm last night was mesmerizing and beautiful! It was kind of like watching all these amazing people perform so many acts of good during this crazy time!  Here are a couple more stories of some incredible people!  A creamery in Wisconsin created a ‘Kindness Cooler’ for people struggling …

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What Are The Real COVID-19 Symptoms

young woman wearing medical facemask holds head in hands

The stay at home order is lifting on Monday. However, it won’t be business as usual, as new precautions will be taken. Many are worried of a resurgence of Coronavirus cases. So what are the real COVID-19 symptoms? I have to admit, I’ve googled this many times.  Especially with allergies …

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Tuesday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

When the sun is shining it’s definitely easier to have a smile on your face!  Let’s find some more joy in these stories!  You are never too young to give back! A 6-year-old girl wanted to give all of her $14.70 piggy bank savings to her local hospital. She also …

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Monday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

We are just one week away from the state slowly opening back up!  I think the worst days are behind us, and that’s definitely something to smile about!  Here are a few more reasons:  A therapy dog named Loki was used to visiting patients in hospitals before the coronavirus. Because …

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M.J. at Auto Zone

Autozone sign

Shout out to M.J. at Auto Zone in CoMo who just delivered a car battery charger to me out in the country. I’m just not driving the car enough to keep the battery charged. On day 34 of well self-quarantine. The manager left it to M.J.’s discretion as to whether …

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Friday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

While the world begins to slowly open back up, it’s going to start getting easier to smile.  If you need any more reasons to smile, here they are!  This makes me smile a little bit extra because it happened in my hometown! A 10-year-old girl heard that some of the …

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Michael

Bowl of ramen

A person who has really helped through all this is my Mom’s boyfriend, Micheal. He always brings us care packages and lots and lots of ramen! I wanna thank him for helping us through these tough times. From Mady

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InstaCart & DoorDash Workers

Man in facemask delivering grocieries

I just want to say thank you to all the Instacart and DoorDash or‘s who are still going strong and delivering peoples food and groceries. Like myself, I’m still going strong to make sure elderly and people with compromised immune systems are getting our groceries without leaving their house. From …

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ICAN Foundation of Missouri

mentally disabled woman with a second woman and a companion dog, concept learning by animal assisted living

I want to give a shout out to a group of individuals, not just one:  all my coworkers at ICAN Foundation of Missouri and anyone working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Our population often does not understand what is happening right now. They don’t get the very sudden change in …

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