In the midst of some of the scariest events in living memory, we're also seeing some of the best of humanity, too.

Things might feel out of control.

You just have to glance at your phone or TV to be bombarded with nothing but bad news...

But in reality, there's so much to be positive about right now.

There are people all over the world doing their bit to ensure the safety of those who need it most isn't overlooked, sometimes even the little things can make a huge difference. Keep scrolling for some heartwarming content...

Whether you're rich or poor, this woman won't stop until we all get the healthcare we deserve.

Using just a whiteboard and pen, Katie Porter has secured free coronavirus testing for every American citizen, regardless of insurance, which would otherwise have cost $1331 per person. What a woman.

Thoughtful Britons have started a new movement amidst the outbreak.

The hashtag #howcanihelp has already been used by thousands offering out their hand, figuratively speaking, to those who need it most.

Unexpected kindness is the most powerful.

People have been using social media to reach out during the pandemic, as authorities warn anyone feeling unwell should self-isolate. But since the new movement, offers have been pouring in to help those who are most vulnerable.

It was the co-founder of the Women's Equality Party that initiated it.

Catherine Mayer urged people to use the hashtag as a way to give support or ask for it. She said: "All of us rely on others for help and the coming weeks will see carers and support networks impacted by coronavirus. Use #HowCanIHelp to ask or offer practical assistance."

The elderly are just one of the many at-risk groups.

The AARP is dedicated to empowering the over-fifties of America to carry on being as excited about life as they were in their twenties. They have donated an amazing 250,000 to Meals on Wheels to ensure those who are more vulnerable get the food they need.

The congressional aid package could indirectly help the homeless.

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The measures include new money for unemployment insurance and food stamps.

Some cities are doing more to protect the homeless.

With talks of some leasing hotel spaces for those without a place to stay, as well as handing out hand sanitizer and other cleaning supplies to the people who need it most.

People are really showing their best selves during this confusing time.

People continue to check on family, friends, and neighbors (without physical contact) in a time where self-isolation might be difficult.

Being quarantined hasn't stopped people spreading love.

Now more than ever we can see communities coming together, maybe not in person, but definitely in spirit.

There is always a balance in the world.

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Amid the bad news following the outbreak, some things happen to be looking up.

The wildlife has returned.

Wildlife that typically kept away from the Italian coast due to water pollution, has now returned. Two dolphins have been spotted in an unconfirmed Italian port for "the first time in a long time."

Twenty-one bullfighting runs have been canceled due to the outbreak.

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As public health officials urge people to avoid crowds, events like bullfighting have been canceled, leading to the lives of 120 bulls being saved!

People are even turning to music to heal.

People from all over have been spotted coming together in these desperate times to share music and songs with the world.

From all ages and backgrounds.

Children and grandparents can be seen playing homemade instruments, beating saucepans, banging sticks, and shaking whatever they can find in a bid to make noise, their noise that no one can silence, not even the virus.

Neighbor to neighbor.

It seems we have entered a time where two strangers can come together in unison and share something beautifully intimate.

A room with a view.

With many of us quarantined at home, some travel companies have been helping to lift people's spirits by getting them to share "a world from a window," with them, in a bid for people to share what their small section of the world looks like to them.

"We often take what's outside our window for granted."

@travelandleisure wrote: "We travel to all corners of the Earth to experience beauty, and we forget that it’s actually right under our noses."

Their idea came from @lumadeline.

Who think this is an excellent opportunity to gain a new perspective…literally! With the new series World from a Window, celebrating your posts, and the beauty of the views from our very own homes.

And @italysegreta

This is what they said: "The view out your window is likely the first way you see the world when you wake up and the last way you see it when you go to sleep." It's a way of getting people to appreciate what they've got in these hard times.

Now to spread some positive mental health strategies.

Whether you've struggled with your mental health before, or it's something that's come on during the pandemic, being self-isolated isn't going to help your situation. It's time to take action and spread some self-love, hippie style. Now we all have more time to focus on understanding and practicing good mental health and taking the time to heal.

There are many social media accounts dedicated to helping people keep positive.

While it's always better to try and stay off social media as much as possible if you're feeling low or anxious, there are certain positive aspects to it, if used correctly.

It's ok to feel overwhelmed.

You don't have to know everything that's going on, you just have to know everything will be ok. @thehappybroadcast shares anxiety-free news if you're looking for something to counter fear.

Hang in there.

These little bursts of kindness can be found all over, whether it's from your family, friends, neighbors, or even from you. And that's what we'll all remember after the virus is long gone. Stay positive.

And one man has gone viral for his incredible contribution to the crisis.

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Terence Lester, a former homeless man, set up non-profit organization Love Beyond Walls to help others in the same situation.

And the times we're currently in are particularly difficult for those without a permanent residence.

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"All the news reports are saying wash your hands," Lester told CNN. "But the homeless population often can’t."

So Terence came up with a solution.

via: Love Beyond Walls

Portable hand basins to allow the homeless equal opportunities to stay clean and safe. "I hope this catches on and spreads across the country. Even more than that, these sinks can spark the conversation of what else we can do to help the homeless facing this pandemic," finished Lester. It's clear the virus is having unforeseen consequences - and one that's totally unexpected is the disruptions to the entertainment industry...