Ireland has had a total of 25,111 cases of coronavirus, and has successfully flattened the curve. Today, we’re providing an update on how Ireland is coping and providing more detail on what a move to Phase 2, currently scheduled for June 8th, means for the nation.
New Zealand has been widely praised for their fast response to COVID-19. Next week the country is expected to be one of the first in the world to move from COVID-19 Alert Level 2 – ‘Reduce’ to Alert Level 1 – ‘Prepare’. Here’s an important update on what life under Level 1 means for New Zealanders.
Despite the US government being criticised for their slow response to COVID-19, action has been ramped up in recent weeks, with a number of measures introduced to protect and support the American people.
According to Chief Medical Officer, Dr Tony Holohan, Ireland has succeeded in flattening the curve of coronavirus and now no peak is expected. As of Monday 20th April, there are 15,251 confirmed cases.
New Zealand was one of the country’s that has acted the fastest in response to the coronavirus outbreak, with Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern ordering Level Four lockdown when the country had only 238 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and zero fatalities. This swift and strict approach appears to have worked and as of Monday 20th April, the country only has 1,440 confirmed cases.