The last few weeks, there’s been nothing on the news other than coronavirus. And rightfully so. Because the virus is spreading rapidly and measures need to be taken to curb it. However, along with legit reporting there has been so much fake news circulating which has caused mass hysteria and panic. Everyone is pitching in their opinion and there’s a constant battle between facts and rumors.
So, what do we amid all this negativity. Is coronavirus really going to be the end of the world?
We don’t know. But what we do know is that there is positive news about COVID-19. Yes, it hard to believe but there is news that will not make you break into an anxiety attack.
Decline in number of cases in China; Coronavirus hospitals shut down
In a dramatic sign that the coronavirus crisis is improving in China, the last two of 16 temporary hospitals in the epicenter city of Wuhan have been shut down, according to a report.
The final group of 49 patients walked out of the Wuchang temporary hospital in the capital of Hubei province on Tuesday afternoon to cheers, according to the Xinhua news agency. However, despite the closures, Wuhan — a city of 11 million — remains under lockdown after more than 50 days. On Tuesday, President Xi Jinping made a high-profile visit to the stricken city, his first since the outbreak began.
Almost 50,000 coronavirus cases have been reported in Wuhan, with 2,423 deaths.
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