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People across the United States are taking steps to help one another amid the coronavirus pandemic.
From companies donating masks and ventilators to hospitals, to everyday people helping their neighbors, there are countless examples of people trying to do the right thing during an extraordinarily difficult time.
The Hill is keeping track of them here.
People convert book-sharing libraries into mini food banks
Pasta, peanut butter and packets of ramen are replacing shelves of books in Little Free Libraries across the country amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Cleveland Cavaliers owner offers free rent
A real estate company owned by Dan Gilbert, who also owns the Cleveland Cavaliers, will offer free rent to small restaurants and retailers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Bedrock, which is downtown Detroit’s biggest landlord, said it will waive rent, building expenses and parking fees for restaurants and retail tenants that qualify as “small businesses” for April, May and June, in a March 23 press release.
John Legend, Chris Martin, livestream concerts during coronavirus
3M to send 500,000 respirators to New York, Seattle
The 3M Company will send 500,000 respirators to New York and Seattle as the cities combat the COVID-19 outbreak, its CEO announced in a March 22 statement.
Distilleries convert operations to create hand sanitizer
Multiple American distilleries are temporarily converting their operations to create hand sanitizer from high-proof alcohol.
Food Lion to donate $600K toward hunger relief
The Food Lion grocery store chain said it plans to donate $600,000 to people affected by the pandemic, providing about 6 million meals.