Testing Positive for COVID-19 is Not a Death Sentence

Testing positive for COVID-19 is not a death sentence. Despite being pandemic, an all-time record of COVID-19 cases is 135, 106.  Close cases are 75, 395, while 70, 405 are recovered cases, death cases are 4,990.  These figures give 93% of recovered and discharged cases while 7% is a death case.

The active cases, that is the currently infected patients are 59,711. While 53,952 representing 90% of active cases are in mild condition, 5,759 are seriously or critical condition representing 10% of active conditions.

Recent victims are not swallowed by fear of the infection, they all have hopes of recovery since from the statistics there are high hopes of recovery than not.

Callum Hudson-Odoi of Chelsea FC tested positive of COVID-19 and become the first English Premier League player to do so, but the report says despite testing positive for the virus,  Callum is doing well and looking forward to returning to the training ground as soon as it is possible.

Also Arsenal head coach, Mikel Arteta tested positive for the coronavirus. ” This is really disappointing but I took the test after feeling poorly. I will be at work as soon as being allowed,” Arteta said.

Many leagues match across the globe for this weekend was cancelled due to the coronavirus cases. While COVID-19 is not a death sentence the negative economic impact across the world will not be forgotten soon.

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Once you feel poorly with the signs, subject yourself for the test. When detected earlier, you will recover.