- Yes, there is some good news about COVID
- The good news is that the death rate is falling
- The good news is that the number of new cases is falling
- The good news is that the number of people in hospital is falling
- The good news is that the number of people in ICU is falling
- The good news is that the number of people on ventilators is falling
- The good news is that the number of people recovering is rising
- The good news is that the number of people vaccinated is rising
As the world grapples with the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, it can be easy to forget that there is still good news out there. Here are some stories that will remind you of the good in humanity.
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Yes, there is some good news about COVID
While the COVID pandemic has brought much death and destruction around the world, there is some good news to be found amidst the bad.
For example, air pollution levels have decreased in many places due to businesses and factories shutting down. This has led to clearer skies and improved air quality, which is good news for both human health and the environment.
In addition, wildlife populations have rebounded in some areas as humans stay home and stop infringing on their habitat. This has been especially apparent in canals in Venice, where fish and other aquatic creatures have returned in greater numbers than before.
Finally, the pandemic has forced people to slow down and appreciate the simpler things in life. With so many things out of our control, we are learning to appreciate the little joys we often take for granted.
So while COVID has been devastating in many ways, there is still some good news to be found if we look hard enough.
The good news is that the death rate is falling
The good news is that the death rate is falling. The number of people dying from COVID-19 is falling in most countries. In some countries, the number of new cases is also falling. This means that the pandemic is probably coming to an end. However, it will take several months for the situation to return to normal.
The good news is that the number of new cases is falling
Good news about the coronavirus pandemic has been in short supply lately. But there is some: The number of people infected with the virus globally is falling.
The global case fatality rate—the proportion of people who die from the virus—is also falling. These two trends mean that, although the pandemic is far from over, it is moving in the right direction.
There are several possible explanations for the falling infection rate. One is that people are becoming more careful about avoiding exposure to the virus. Another is that immunity is starting to build up in the population, either through vaccination or because people who have already been infected are less likely to catch it again.
The falling death rate is also encouraging. It could be due to better treatment, or simply because more of the people who catch the virus now are young and healthy, and therefore less likely to die from it.
Whatever the reasons, the trend is clear: The number of new infections and deaths from COVID-19 is falling. That’s good news—and we need all the good news we can get right now.
The good news is that the number of people in hospital is falling
In the UK, the number of people in hospital with COVID-19 has now fallen below the level it was at before the second national lockdown.
This is good news, as it suggests that the lockdown measures are working and that the NHS is starting to get on top of the pandemic.
However, there is still a long way to go before things return to normal – and it is important to remember that the number of people dying from COVID-19 is still very high.
The good news is that the number of people in ICU is falling
The good news is that the number of people in ICU is falling. The number of people in hospital is also falling. This is a very positive trend and it means that the NHS is starting to get on top of the virus.
The good news is that the number of people on ventilators is falling
In the United States, the number of people on ventilators has been falling for more than two weeks, according to data from the COVID Tracking Project. The project’s data shows that as of Wednesday, there were 5,531 people on ventilators nationwide. That’s down from a peak of 7,718 on April 15.
The decrease in the number of people on ventilators is a good sign that the outbreak is leveling off in the United States. However, it’s still too early to say that the outbreak is under control. The number of new cases and deaths is still rising in some parts of the country, and it will take more time to see if the trend of declining hospitalizations continues.
The good news is that the number of people recovering is rising
As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 continues to rise worldwide, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the news. However, there is some good news to be found amongst all the bad.
One ray of hope is that the number of people recovering from COVID-19 is also on the rise. As of April 8th, 2020, over 1 million people have recovered from the virus worldwide. This is a significant increase from just a month ago when the number of recoveries was at 400,000.
While the number of recoveries is still dwarfed by the number of confirmed cases, it is nonetheless encouraging news. It shows that people can and do recover from COVID-19 and that the virus is not necessarily a death sentence.
The good news is that the number of people vaccinated is rising
Yes, there is some good news about COVID. The number of people vaccinated is rising, and that is likely to help reduce the spread of the disease. The vaccine is also working well to reduce the number of people who become seriously ill or die from the disease.