Australian Christians have found a new way to connect with God as Sunday services have moved online. For some smaller churches it has been a steep learning curve but it has been well worth the effort.
Social distancing is a term we've all come to know (even if some don't quite understand it) but how we deal with the isolation is another thing completely. Kindness through these anxious days will help us get through the coming weeks and months.
The PM came out this morning and said that social distancing is working with the rate of new cases slowing. Yet this afternoon more deaths were announced in Victoria and Queensland, as Australia approaches 4000 cases.
Cruise ships are still causing authorities headaches with health staff in WA hitting back over a plan to treat cases in Perth.
Across the world the numbers continue to grow at an alarming rate with more than 660,000 cases and 30,848 deaths. The US has become the epicentre of this crisis with 125,000 cases and a death rate that has doubled in two days.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to all 30 million households from his sick bed to tell them to stay home.
In Wuhan were it all began China is testing how they can relax their lockdown in a good sign for the rest of the world.
A good news story to finish the day. An Italian man who was born during the Spanish flu outbreak in 1919 is recovering from coronavirus and has been discharged from hospital. The 101-year-old man is believed to be the oldest person to survive to date.
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