The first three patients infected with the new coronavirus in the Czech Republic have been cured, announced Monday the regional Minister of Health.
They were all patients of the hospital in Ústí nad Labem.
The Czech Republic currently has 298 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection, the Czech Health Ministry reported on Monday morning.
The health authorities have increased the number of clinics and hospitals which provide testing.
People who have coronavirus symptoms have been asked to contact their GP or respective hygiene office before setting out to try and get a test.
The Czech Republic is one of the few countries in the world where no casualties have been reported so far.
V České republice máme první tři pacienty vyléčené z nákazy koronavirem! Všichni tři v nemocnici v Ústí nad Labem. Skvělá zpráva a obrovská naděje a motivace ??
— Andrej Babiš (@AndrejBabis) March 16, 2020
As an English person I’m very grateful that I’m in Czech.
Am concerned for my son, sisters, friends and families who don’t get anything but UK media;
meaning they’re not getting other countries’ perspectives as we expats tend to.
School in UK are still open and obligatory.
And as for government aid for commerce, these are risky loans, the banks the only sure winners.
It’s like The Grapes of Wrath, but on a world wide scale.