The news cycle is extremely overwhelming right now.
Last night, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced further restrictions have been placed on businesses, non-essential facilities and travel as part of Australia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The health and safety measures were announced as the number of national cases of COVID-19 passed 2,000, and an eighth person died.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison outlines new restrictions. Post continues below video.
And just this morning, it was reported that two children under the age of 10 had contracted the virus in NSW.
But while the bad news might feel never-ending, there are small glimmers of hope, if you look hard enough for them.
Here are three developments that might make you feel better about COVID-19, right now.
1. Nobel prize winner says curve will flatten in ‘couple of weeks.’
According to scientist Peter Doherty, who won…