Not totally good news, but South Korea stopping gatherings and sporting events. This is due to a second increase in numbers. Hopefully we'll learn from any successes of how these countries deal with the second and third waves.
Cuba! Seriously though, after doing a lot of climbing down the rabbit hole over the weekend Cuba seems to be one hell of a place to live and work. Once this has all blown over I may even move our there if you can.
The head of Germany's public health institute has said there are signs the exponential upwards curve in new coronavirus infections in the country is flattening off for the first time.
Lothar Wieler, head of the Robert Koch Institute added it was a result of social distancing measures.
He said: "We are seeing signs that the exponential growth curve is flattening off slightly.
"But I will only be able to confirm this trend definitively on Wednesday."
He added he was optimistic that measures taken so far in Germany, including school closures, instructions on hand-washing and strict warnings against public gatherings, were already having an effect.