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WEB EXTRA: Lawn Flamingos Showcase Social DistancingA homeowner in Austin, Texas is keeping his decorative flamingos six feet apart during the coronavirus pandemic. Greg Cunningham changes his flamingo display with the seasons and says a neighbor suggested he showcase social distancing. He says people often stop and smile.
WEB EXTRA: Woman Is Only Passenger On FlightA woman who booked a flight out of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, was the only passenger on a flight to Boston to see her mother last week. Take a look at the personalized greeting she got from one flight attendant.
Eye On The Day 4/1Here are some of the stories we are keeping an eye on; The White House warns of hundreds of thousands of possible U.S. coronavirus deaths, numbers continue to rise in New York, and a supercentenarian celebrates her birthday. Have you seen any social distancing celebrations?
WEB EXTRA: Dr. Fauci Says Mitigation Is WorkingDr. Anthony Fauci said at the daily coronavirus press briefing on Tuesday that, "So what we’re gonna see and we have to brace ourselves, in the next several days to a week or so we’re gonna continue to see things go up. We cannot be discouraged by that because the mitigation is actually working and will work." The president has extended social distancing guidelines until April 30.
WEB EXTRA: Miami Mayor Francis Suarez On Hospital Capacity During Coronavirus CrisisThe mayor said he is hopeful that Miami hospital won't be overwhelmed.
WEB EXTRA: Miami Mayor Francis Suarez On His Experience Dealing With CoronavirusThe mayor was isolated for more than two weeks after contracting COVID-19.
LIGHTS, CAMERA, MUSIC: CBS4 Photojournalist Makes Music Mashup During Coronavirus QuarantineArtists are painting, chefs are cooking and musicians are making music, including CBS4 photojournalist Rafael Murciano who spent some of his vacation time at home making sweet wonderful music, one instrument at a time.
WEB EXTRA: Goats Roam Empty UK Streets During LockdownThese goats had the streets to themselves in Llandudno, Wales on Monday. The UK has been on lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Andrew Stuart took this video and said there's hardly anyone around, so the animals were climbing walls and chewing plants.
WEB EXTRA: Woman Wears Shark Suit To Help With Social DistancingWhat are you doing to make sure you follow social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic? This woman in Dallas, Texas had a creative way to keep people six feet away during her recent grocery shopping trip.
WEB EXTRA: Empire State Building Lit For Emergency WorkersThe Empire State Building lights were red on Monday to represent the “heartbeat” of America. And the mast flashed like a red and white siren to pay tribute to emergency workers. Officials say the lights will go on like this every night during the coronavirus pandemic.
WEB EXTRA: Penguin Meets Beluga WhalesWellington the rockhopper penguin met some beluga whales at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago over the weekend. The aquarium is closed to guests during the coronavirus pandemic, but staff members are taking animals on “field trips” for enrichment experiences.
WEB EXTRA: Messages Of Support On Great Pyramid of GizaThe Great Pyramid of Giza was lit up on Monday night with messages of support for healthcare workers who are battling the coronavirus outbreak. Authorities in Egypt had the words, "stay home," "stay safe," and "thank you to those keeping us safe" projected on the side of the pyramid in English and Arabic.
WEB EXTRA: Broward Superintendent Runcie Gives Distance Learning UpdateSuperintendent Robert Runcie told the School Board that they should prepare to continue distance learning through the end of the school year.
Eye On The Day 3/31A single-day high of reported coronavirus deaths in the U.S., the U.S. Navy ship Comfort arrived in NYC, and a heartwarming meeting between some aquarium animals. What are you seeing online that's lifting your spirits?
Web Extra: Miami-Dade Mayor On Social Distancing"It's not a request, it's a law," said Carlos Gimenez, who said businesses could be shut down if they don't comply.
Web Extra: Miami-Dade Mayor On Holland America Cruise Ship SituationCarlos Gimenez sides with Gov. Ron DeSantis that South Florida shouldn't be a dumping ground for coronavirus-positive passengers.
Web Extra: Miami-Dade Mayor On Closure Of All Condo Gyms, PoolsCarlos Gimenez also touched on the enforcement of golf course closures, which has seen an uptick in residents using them as parks.
Trending Now: Girl Scout Cookies OnlineThe Girl Scouts are adapting in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Eye On The Day 3/30Here are some of the stories we are keeping an eye on: President Trump extends the federal social distancing guidelines through April, New York responds to growing cases of the coronavirus, and a pizzeria takes out a line of credit to help its workers. Have you seen businesses helping out their employees?
WEB EXTRA: Doughnuts with Dr Fauci's Face On ThemDOCTOR DOUGHNUTS: These sweets feature the face of one of the most recognizable members of the White House coronavirus task force.
WEB EXTRA: Puppies Go On Field Trip to Georgia AquariumThese puppies had the Georgia Aquarium all to themselves Thursday because it’s closed to human guests during the coronavirus pandemic. Odie and Carmel are from the Atlanta Humane Society. Here’s a look at the pair exploring the exhibits.
President Trump Announces USNS Comfort Departure DateAt the daily Coronavirus Task Force briefing, President Trump announced that the USNS Comfort would be leaving Norfolk, Virginia on Saturday for New York City. The USNS Comfort is a naval hospital ship and will be docked in New York Harbor to help hospitals handle non-COVID-19 cases. The ship has 1,000 available beds, according to the U.S. Navy. The president also said he might go out on Saturday to see the ship off.
WEB EXTRA: Easter Bunny MasksKINDA CUTE - A bakery in Switzerland is making chocolate Easter bunnies that are wearing protective masks. More trending video at
WEB EXTRA: Record Breaking Jobless ClaimsThe Department of Labor reports that 3.28 million people filed initial unemployment claims last week. That shatters the previous record high of 695,000 set in 1982. People are losing their jobs as businesses temporarily close because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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