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A devoted dad drove OVER ONE THOUSAND MILES to spend just half an hour with his daughter to wish her a socially distant happy birthday during the coronavirus lockdown

***EXCLUSIVE*** Julio Cesar Segura, 53, spent 17 hours on the road driving from El Paso to Austin, Texas, to surprise his daughter Diana Segura Lerma with a socially distant lunch on her 19th birthday. The realtor drove eight-and-a-half hours each way - clocking up an incredible 1,152 miles, on May 8, to have just half an hour with Diana - before heading home. Julio called his daughter to wish her a happy birthday and pretended he was just ordering her favorite takeaway lunch - a spicy chicken sandwich from fast food chain Chick-fil-A.

Talented teens have been performing a dance named Covid-19 to entertain neighbours during Clap for Carers

***EXCLUSIVE*** Dancers from the Joyce Anderson School of Dancing have taken to the streets every Thursday during the Clap for Carers to show off their moves. Creative teacher, Joyce Anderson, 63, wanted to encourage the children to keep up their dancing during the lockdown, and give them something to focus on. And dedicated Joyce even created a new dance, jokingly called Covid-19, for the children to learn and perform.

While musicians around the world scramble to recoup lost revenue from cancelled gigs Indie Rocker Ron Gallo has launched a virtual tour across the USA with his wife

***EXCLUSIVE*** The quarantined couple are now streaming live shows from the comfort of their living room to bars and record shops' social media pages. Multi-instrumentalist Gallo, 32, of Nashville, Tennessee sings while his wife of four months Chiara D’Anzieri, 27, plays bass. So far the duo have played a private pop-up gig to Washington D.C. via Zoom, a live stream for Bennington College, Vermont and a live show in conjunction with Bogart's, a venue in Cincinnati.

Work begins at world's largest football stadium, with capacity of 100.000 in China

***EXCLUSIVE** China, is set to build the world's largest football stadium in hopes of hosting the 2023 Asian Cup. The ground-breaking ceremony for the massive structure took place April 16. Poised to hold a staggering 100,000 seats and 162 VIP boxes, the stadium will break the current capacity record held by the Camp Nou stadium in Spain. The project will cost 1 milliards 700 million dollars.