These Coronavirus Facts give hope for a Brighter Tomorrow - AJ Thomas

These Coronavirus Facts give hope for a Brighter Tomorrow


Positive Cornavirus Facts to stay hopeful:  Brighter Tomorrow






Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot about COVID-19, top news headlines flashing with deaths and affected numbers, social media flooded with facts and myths, friends and families aiding each other. By now many of us are familiar with its causes, prevention, and the way it spreads. Hearing and watching all this around was definitely scary and wished it to be a dream not come true but you can’t escape reality, right?


The panic phase after reading the rumours, triple forwarded WhatsApp texts, News and phone calls, projected things scarier.
Among all these chaos I decided to look for some positive facts and news portraying that humanity is still not dead. Let's look at the brighter side! the condition all over is improving and soon everything will be back normal! Isn't it glorious?
Here's a list of all the positive Coronavirus FACTS for you and your family to stay hopeful.

The outbreak also led to violence, tensions and frustration among the people. People fighting over food and wage workers struggling to get back home, walking innumerable miles, Doctors and medical staffs risking and fighting over to protect the affected, and death rates increasing in number day by day resulted in less hope and higher vulnerability of distress.
Currently, the total number of cases in India rose to 1251 with 102 cured/discharged and 32 casualties.



1. Coronavirus Hospitals closed in China

  China has closed its last coronavirus hospital because there are not enough cases.


Wuhan medical staffs remove the mask after last temporary hospital closed

  • A 103-year-old woman becomes the oldest person to beat disease -that's AMAZING!!
  • Two coronavirus patients discharged from the isolation ward of government medical college in Kottayam, Kerala. They were aged 91 and 88.


More than 165,000 people have recovered from COVID-19 around the world!!


 2. India’s first COVID-19 Test Kit-'Pathos Detect


  ‘Pathos Detect’  is India’s first COVID-19 Test Kit designed by Minal Dakhave Bhosale and her team. The kit gives the diagnosis in two and a half hours while the imported testing kits take six-seven hours. It’s a blessing in the medical circles and pandemics. This created a sense of assurance of accurate results. 



3.  Microsoft founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates gave away  50 million dollars for the development of vaccines and treatment to stop COVID-19.


4.  Cuba sends doctors worldwide in Coronavirus fight. The country has more than 29,000 medical professionals practising in 59 countries and has sent 52 doctors and nurses to Italy for helping the needy in this crisis. 



5. Australian researchers claimed to have found two drugs- an HIV and anti-malaria medicine -- to treat novel coronavirus. 




6.  Schools and colleges are using zoom and different online platforms to connect with the students and teachers. Teachers are using creative and interesting ways to deliver their lecture-Education matters




7.    A personal trainee from Spain is leading free fitness from the rooftop of his building for all his neighbours while they are stuck in their apartments during the lockdown.






8.    State governments in India are ramping up efforts to provide financial assistance to compensate businesses and people, particularly daily or contract wage earners-incredible gesture


  • Haryana -The state government of Haryana has announced special financial assistance for people in the Below Poverty Line (BPL) category and low wage workers. All BPL families will be provided, monthly rations for the month of April free of cost.


  • Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has doubled the pension for widows, differently-abled and elderly for this month.


  • Kerala-The Kerala government has decided to facilitate loans worth Rs 2,000 crore to the people affected with Corona outbreak and foodgrains provided to families from all spectrum whether they are below the poverty line or not.
  • Himachal Pradesh -The government has announced Rs 500-crore relief package for the poor and the needy, and Rs 30 crore for construction workers who will be affected due to coronavirus outbreak. 



9.    Grocery stores and supermarkets  in the US are setting up special seniors-only hours-incredible precautio



In a world of despair, such news gives us hope and tranquillity during this lockdown and let’s stay positive and grateful!  I hope these positive facts about COVID-19 makes you hopeful for a BRIGHTER TOMORROW! 

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