As the whole world is suffering with Coronavirus pandemic with the infections crossing the seven million mark and over 400,000 deaths due to the deadly virus, there are some countries who have marked themselves free from the Coronavirus.
- New Zealand
On June 8, New Zealand declared that the last of it's COVID-19 positive patient had recovered with its health officials saying there were no active cases of Coronavirus in the country.
New Zealand had enforced a strict lockdoown of a period of seven weeks, In which most business were shut and everyone except essential workers had to stay at home.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced lifting of all COVID-19 measures in the country from June 9.
On June 6 the Vatican said there were no more cases of Coronavirus positive patients within it's population. Matteo Bruni the vatican spokesperson said in a statement that the last person found to have been infected with COVID-19 in recent weeks tested negative.
On May 24 Montenegro declared itself Coronavirus free, the first european country to do so. Montenegro reported 324 confirmed Coronavirus postive cases and nine deaths.
In the first week of June Fiji declared itself free from COVID-19 after 18 people who had tested positive recoverd from Coronavirus. Fiji's Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama adressed Friday that the South Pacific Island nation had just cleared the last of it's COVID-19 patients.
On Sunday Tanzania President claimed that Tanzania is free from Coronavirus because of the power of the prayer. However, the claim came six weks after the African nation stopped publicly updating COVID-19 positive data.
On Sunday at a Church sevice President John Magfuli declared, Corona in our country has been removed by the power of God.
6. Papua New Guinea
On May 4 the Pacific nation declared itself free of the COVID-19. It had 24 cases of COVID-19 positive and no deaths from the Coronavirus.
On May 18 Seychelles claimed itself virus free after its health ministry announced full recoveries. It reported 11 confirmed cases but no deaths.
On May 15 this island country declared itself free from Coronavirus following the recovery of its final confirmed COVID-19 case. The country did not receive any death from the Coronavirus.