How to celebrate Father’s Day during lockdown, a promising new coronavirus treatment, a typewriter orchestra, and an unlikely animal friendship. This week’s Good News.

On the lookout for some last-minute Father’s Day gift ideas? Check out these 24 dad-friendly book recommendations. If you can’t visit your dad in person this Sunday due to the lockdown, here are some creative ways to celebrate Father’s Day without breaking social distancing rules. Window paint and barbecue-delivery, anyone?

This cheap and widely available drug has been shown to help save the lives of seriously ill coronavirus patients. Check out the article for a breakdown of why it’s such an effective treatment – and what it could mean for the world going forward.

Here’s a fun twist on the traditional orchestra: this musical group uses typewriters instead of regular instruments to create unique, catchy songs. Check out the article for a video of their latest hit – you’ve probably never heard anything quite like this before!

Is there anything more wholesome than an unlikely animal friendship? According to the Australian Reptile Park, Elsa the Koala and Hope the Wombat formed a special bond after the park was closed during lockdown. Check out the article to find out more about these adorable pals. (Thanks to RB for sharing this one!)

Awww of the week: this herd of deer resting under some cherry trees in Japan looks like something out of a fairy tale.

See you next week!

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