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There are 4,181,021 cases of the Coronavirus in the world, 79,875 new cases were recorded yesterday and a total of 3,510 deaths were recorded to bring the total death toll to 283,868.
China reported 17 new virus cases on Monday, its second consecutive double-digit increase.
Five of the new cases were reported in Wuhan, where the virus first emerged, and there is concern over an outbreak in the north.
There were 595 new cases recorded in South Africa yesterday to bring the total number of cases to 10,015 and 8 new deaths were recorded to bring the total death toll to 194.
Nigeria recorded the highest number of deaths in Africa yesterday with 15, to bring the total death toll to 143. The country recorded a 248 rise in the number of new cases to bring the total number to 4,399.
15 new cases were recorded in Zambia to bring the total number of cases to 267 and the death toll still stands at 7.
Statistics in Zimbabwe and Botswana remain unchanged.
More European Countries begin easing Lockdowns.
Some European nations are waking up to more freedoms as lockdowns are slowly eased. Across most of France, people will be able to walk outside for the first time in weeks without filling in a permit.
Spaniards outside of Madrid and Barcelona will be able to meet in bars and restaurants with outside spaces.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled a cautious easing of lockdown conditions in England to begin this week.
People can spend more time outdoors, but quarantine for those who arrive by air will be introduced. New Zealand also announced a further loosening of restrictions.
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These actions can reveal your user name and password, which can be used to steal money or sensitive information.
If you are contacted by a person or organization that appears to be WHO, verify their authenticity before responding.
The World Health Organization will:
- never ask for your username or password to access safety information.
- never email attachments you didn’t ask for.
- never charge money to apply for a job, register for a conference, or reserve a hotel.
- never ask you to visit a link outside of www.who.int
- never conduct lotteries or offer prizes, grants, certificates or funding through email.
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