We are happy to report that the national daily tally of new COVID-19 cases in Australia has fallen below the previous day’s count for two days in a row. Additionally, new cases have either fallen or remained steady in NSW, WA, SA and Tasmania.
“What we’ve seen is progress, real progress this week,” Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt said this morning.
“The rate of increase reducing from above 25 per cent to the low teens on a daily basis. That’s the flattening of the curve we’ve always talked about.”
Mr Hunt said he, along with chief and deputy chief medical officers Brendan Murphy and Paul Kelly and doctors, believed “we are beginning to see some real progress”.
“Please, continue to do what you’re doing, continue to follow these rules, and hopefully these early signs of flattening the curve will mean that we can keep going and get a reduction in the rate of increase every day,” Professor Murphy said last night.
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China has closed down its last coronavirus hospital. Not enough new cases to support them.”
The New York Post shared the good news about the last temporary hospitals being closed. This is because the country’s overall new-infection rate is so low, their established hospitals can cope.
Doctors in India have been successful in treating Coronavirus.
India has had great success in treating people with the virus using a combination of drugs. The drugs are used for anti-HIV and malaria. The Economic Times in India reported the success with Medical and Health Chief Secretary saying:
“Their symptoms were flu-like so they were initially given anti-malaria and anti-swine flu drugs,”
“All this while, our doctors were in touch with the Indian Council of Medical Research and the Drug Controller General of India. Since the structure of coronavirus is similar to that of HIV to some extent, so they tried a combination of the two anti-HIV drugs,”
“It appears it (the combination of drugs) is working because three patients have recovered. Good thing is that all the three patients are elderly and the successful result of the drug on patients of such age is a big thing,” he said.
TechStartUp reported on an academic study that was launched and is showing similar results using anti-malaria medications.
See both articles here: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/combination-of-two-anti-hiv-drugs-proved-crucial-in-coronavirus-treatment-rajasthan-official/articleshow/74653762.cms
A 103-year-old Chinese grandmother has made a full recovery from COVID-19 after being treated for six days in Wuhan, China
Zhang Guangfen is the oldest known person to recover from coronavirus.
Apple reopens all 42 China stores.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he was “very optimistic” China had the coronavirus under control, citing reductions in the numbers of new cases being recorded in the country.
Number of cases in South Korea is on the decline
Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) reported more recoveries than new cases last week.
In other positive news, Venice canals are crystal clear after coronavirus lockdown in Italy. The fish are actually visible!
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