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Some Good News to Head Into The Weekend

Most of what we’re hearing about the coronavirus is negative. Increases in case numbers, further school delays, and continued hits on the economy are just some of the events that can leave us down in the dumps. But it’s important to focus on the positive, because I do believe it is going to pass and we are going to land on our feet.

As we head into the weekend, I want to share some positive events to show that there is hope. We are going to get through this. And I’m here to support you all in any way possible. (Sources are in parentheses):

  • China has closed all 16 temporary coronavirus hospitals in Wuhan, because they don’t have enough new cases to support the need for them. (New York Post)
  • A 103-year-old Chinese grandmother has made a full recovery from coronavirus after 6 days of treatment in Wuhan, China. (Daily Mail UK)
  • The first three coronavirus cases in Maryland have made a full recovery and are able to resume their normal lives. These three cases include a married couple in their 70s and a woman in her 50s. (Fox 5 D.C.)
  • A team of researchers from Rotterdam say they are the first in the world to discover an antibody capable of fending off an infection by coronavirus. The discovery could lead to an antiviral medication for it. (NL Times, Erasmus Magazine)
  • Apple has reopened all 42 of its retail stores in China. (Business Insider)

Stay positive! This is a real test that we are going through, but it is important to keep perspective on the events as they unfold.

– Dr. Scott Minton

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