COVID-19 Low Down Under30 June 2020 by News Desk
COVID-19 – Australia has one of the lowest COVID-19 infection and mortality rates in the world.
There have been a total of 7769 cases of coronavirus in Australia (670 currently active) with 104 deaths to date.
Australia’s successful handling of the COVID-19 emergency means the country will be one of the strongest, and quickest, to emerge from the current lockdown.
A range of experts forecast that Australia will return to growth early in 2021 and return to its’ powerhouse status in 2022.
The global death toll from COVID-19 has passed 502,000. The number of confirmed cases is more than 10.1 million and more than 5.1 million people have recovered, according to the Johns Hopkins University
In a single 24-hour period, 189,000 cases were diagnosed, according to the World Health Organisation.
Brazil recorded the most cases over the one-day span at more than 46,800, followed by the U.S. at over 44,400. India had nearly 20,000.
The U.S. still has far and away the most total cases, at just under 2,550,000 – nearly twice that of Brazil.
Where to get more COVID-19 information
For the latest health information about the coronavirus in Australia visit the Department of Health.
To learn more about coronavirus support from the Australian Government including financial support and advice for businesses and employees and advice on domestic and international travel visit https://www.Australia.gov.au
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