In total more than 3.4 million people have recovered from Covid-19, as of Monday, June 8, 2020.
Worldometers noted, 3.4 million people were 90 percent of cases that have been closed, compared to 10 percent of patients died.
Then, New Zealand announced their victory over the fight against the corona virus.
Here are 5 good news from the corona virus pandemic until 8 June 2020.
New Zealand Claim Victory Over Coronavirus
“We are very confident that we have eliminated the transmission of the virus in New Zealand at this time,” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a conference broadcast on television.
More than 3.4 million people recover Out of 7,114,861 cases of the corona virus to date, the number of patients recovering has reached 3,473,819. Meanwhile, the total death toll was 406,564. The number of dead patients is 10 percent compared to 90 percent of patients recovered in closed cases. Then in the cases that were still being handled, 3,180,734 (98 percent) had mild symptoms, while 53,744 (2 percent) were in critical condition. . New Zealand announces victory New Zealand announced their victory over the corona virus, by lifting all restrictions after the last patient was declared cured. Although border controls are still being implemented, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stated that social distancing and restrictions on public meetings are no longer needed.
The Armenian PM and his family recover
A family of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, was declared cured of Covid-19, a week after being declared positive. “We have got the results from repeated tests on our family. The results show all negative,” Pashinyan wrote on social media. Armenia has so far recorded 13,325 cases of the corona virus with 211 dead.
Schools in South Africa open again
Students in South Africa can finally return to their classes on Monday, 8 Jnue 2020 after schools are allowed to open again. Reuters reported, opening a school is part of the lockdown easing in the country. Last week, the opening of the school was postponed because the government said the schools lacked health facilities and hygiene management. Even so, not all South African students have returned to school. Only students aged 7-12 years who enter, while other age categories will follow later.
Avigan’s research results will come out in July
Research on the effectiveness of Avigan as a Covid-19 drug can be known in July 2020. Earlier, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe targeted the results of the research to come out in May, but pushed back to the end of June until finally pushed back to July. “There is a possibility that clinical trials will continue until July,” said a Fujifilm spokesperson, expressing a shortage of patients for trials.