New Zealand has joined other countries that have defeated the deadly coronavirus. Legit.ng brings you eight other countries that have already done so courtesy of nzherald.co.nz.
Montenegro was the last European country to report a case of coronavirus and became the first to declare itself free of the virus.
Eritrea reported its first case of COVID-19 on March 21, and on May 15, it reported that its 39th and final case had fully recovered.
3. Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea reported its first case of COVID-19 on March 20, and on May 4, all those cases were reported to have recovered.
Seychelles recorded just 11 cases of Covid-19, and all have since recovered.
5. Holy See
Just 12 cases of COVID-19 were reported in Holy See. As at June 6, all had tested negative.
6. Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Kitts and Nevis recorded its first cases on March 24, and on May 19, it became free of COVID-19.
Fiji recorded its first case on March 19, and on April 20, all of the 18 cases had recovered.
8. East Timor
East Timor recorded its first case of COVID-19 on March 21, and on May 15, the country reported the recovery of its 24th and final confirmed case.
In other news, Albert and his girlfriend Maame tied the knot over the weekend in a star-studded event amid the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.
Maame is said to have met the groom on her first day at work in 2015 as a new intern with a new generation bank.
The adorable couple wore matching green kente fabric for the traditional wedding.
The traditional wedding was followed by a court wedding where the bride and the groom were captured signing their marriage certificate.
In a post sighted by Legit.ng, the bride narrated the beautiful story of how she met her husband.
She said: "Walking into the Stanbic banking hall on the 15th of June 2015 as a new intern, never did I expect to leave with a husband. My mum told me to speak things into existence and the first day I met Albert. I just called my best friend and told her “I HAVE SEEN MY HUSBAND “(little did I know he really was my husband)."
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