Germany could be the first European country to get their outbreak under control, if their social distancing measures succeed.
After more than 80,000 cases and more than 3,200 deaths, China has successfully reduced the number of new coronavirus cases it is recording each day.
In other words, the country where the disease originated has “flattened the curve” of the outbreak.
China now has less than 100 new cases and 30 deaths a day and has done since early March, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University.
It is not the only country starting to get the outbreak under control.