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Now, Some Good News!

Sunday, March 22nd, 2020

My friend Honey sent this the other day and just received the source:

Let’s talk some GOOD NEWS, shall we?
💥 China has closed down its last coronavirus hospital. Not enough new cases to support them.
💥 Doctors in India have been successful in treating Coronavirus. Combination of drugs used: Lopinavir, Retonovir, Oseltamivir along with Chlorphenamine. They are going to suggest same medicine, globally.
💥 Researchers of the Erasmus Medical Center claim to have found an antibody against coronavirus.
💥 A 103-year-old Chinese grandmother has made a full recovery from COVID-19 after being treated for 6 days in Wuhan, China.
💥 Apple reopens all 42 china stores,
💥 Cleveland Clinic developed a COVID-19 test that gives results in hours, not days.
💥 Good news from South Korea, where the number of new cases is declining.
💥 Italy is hit hard, experts say, only because they have the oldest population in Europe.
💥 Scientists in Israel likely to announce the development of a coronavirus vaccine.
💥 3 Maryland coronavirus patients fully recovered; able to return to everyday life.
💥 A network of Canadian scientists are making excellent progress in Covid-19 research.
💥 A San Diego biotech company is developing a Covid-19 vaccine in collaboration with Duke University and National University of Singapore.
💥 Tulsa County’s first positive COVID-19 case has recovered. This individual has had two negative tests, which is the indicator of recovery.
💥 All 7 patients who were getting treated for at Safdarjung hospital in New Delhi have recovered.
💥 Plasma from newly recovered patients from Covid -19 can treat others infected by Covid-19.
There is light at the end of the tunnel. Does not mean that we still should not take precautions or be vigilant, but this too shall pass.


P.S. I just read an article from that is very helpful: 

The article is an interview with 75-year old epidemiologist Larry Brilliant who seems to know what he’s talking about in terms of the severity and length of this pandemic.