COVID-19 recoveries bring tears of joy. Every number has a face.



It doesn’t get much better than this. When the fight for life against a vicious bug saved a four-month-old baby girl in China, there was good reason for the tears of joy that fell when two consecutive COVID-19 tests came back negative.

The virus microorganism, a vicious pathogen (bug) allegedly spewed into the human environment by wild animals, is now called the COVID-19. Call it what you like, this baby with her parents, doctors and nurses were not going to succumb to this rotten microscopic vermin. Baby ‘Haikou’ beat the hell out of the bug.


Illustrated Story “Every Number Has a Face” by Rosa Yamamoto, Art Director FPMag


 

Every Number Has A Face

Every Number Has A Face. Do not lose your humanity. Photo Credit: Melissa Hemingway.  Photo Art/Cropping: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

Four-Month Old Baby Girl Full Recovery at Haiku People's Hospital Thanks to the Nurses without Borders in Hainan Province, China

Photo Credit: NWOB.org — Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

The picture and its story: Baby ‘Haikou’ survived COVID-19 pneumonia. She fought and killed a vicious ‘bug’. Now four-months old she made a full recovery at Haiku People’s Hospital thanks to the Nurses Without Borders and friends in Hainan Province, China. She had returned to Haikou after traveling with her family to Xiaogan, a city in Hubei Province. Baby ‘Haikou’ was diagnosed with the COVID-19 infection on January 27 when she was only three months old. Her infection turned into pneumonia. Her winning fight was no small feat. She is a shero.

Haikou City People's Hospital, Haidian Island, Haikou City, Hainan Province, China Photo Credit: Anna Frodesiak

Photo Credit: Anna Frodesiak—Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

The picture and its story: Haikou City People’s Hospital, Haidian Island, Haikou City, Hainan Province, China. This is where nurses and doctors smash microorganisms that attack babies.

Meet Wang Congyang who is a young student who reduces his traveling time away from home by doing his school work at home under parental supervision.
Photo Credit: Wang Quanchao/Xinhua Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

The picture and its story: Meet Wang Congyang who is a young pupil who reduces his traveling time away from home by doing his school work at home under parental supervision.

Compassion shines through a hazmat suit in an isolation ward where a COVID-19 Pneumonia patient with promising vital signs is now taking water by mouth.
Photo Credit: Wang Quanchao/Xinhua—Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

The picture and its story: Compassion shines through a hazmat suit in an isolation ward where a COVID-19 Pneumonia patient with promising vital signs is now taking water by mouth.

GMT 28-02-2020 Time: 18:21: In all there have been 86179 reported COVID-19 cases of which 59 territories report 46388 active cases with 36867 recoveries and 2924 deaths.

In China there are 39589 reported active cases. There were 2788 deaths, 36455 recoveries in a history of 78832 cases.

Territories (59)CasesDeathsRecovered
Outside China 7347136412
World Totals86179292436867
Afghanistan100
Algeria100
Australia24015
Austria500
Azerbaijan100
Bahrain3800
Belarus100
Brazil100
Canada1403
China78,8322,78836,455
Croatia500
Denmark100
Estonia100
Finland201
France41211
Germany60016
Georgia200
Greece400
Hong Kong93226
Iceland100
Iran *23308454
Iraq700
Israel400
Italy8882146
Japan226532
Kuwait4500
Lebanon300
Lithuania100
Macao1008
Malaysia25020
Mexico200
Netherlands200
New Zealand100
Nigeria100
Norway400
North Macedonia100
Oman600
Pakistan200
Romania300
San Marino100
Singapore98069
South Korea23371624
Spain3302
Sweden700
Switzerland1500
Taiwan3416
Thailand41022
Transient705410
(Diamond Princess)
United Arab Emirates1905
United Kingdom1908
United States *7406

Countries with no active cases currently.


Belgium101
Cambodia101
Egypt101
India 303
Nepal101
Philippines312
Russia202
Sri Lanka 101
Vietnam16016

*USA case numbers include 14 known infected persons who returned to the U.S. via State Department-chartered flights which CDC says are not included in its reports. See appendix in full report.
* Iran Read notes in full report.

Sources for this statistical data.

The following sources are available to readers. Additionaly FPMag and The Nurses Without Borders make direct contact and interview colleagues and sources close to the information around the world to track events and statistics.

  1. The People’s Republic of China
  2. Canadian Department of Health
  3. US Centers for Disease Control
  4. Hong Kong Global Tracking (PDF)
  5. Philippines Dept. of Health
  6. Govt. of Ireland
  7. Australia DoH
  8. Ministry of Health, Singapore
  9. Province of Ontario, Canada CoronaVirus Info
  10. WHO
  11. Government of New Zealand