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    Multiple research centres in numerous countries are trying to develop a vaccine against the coronavirus, as the number of those infected has already surpassed 10.6 million worldwide, while the death toll stands at around 515,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.

    At the moment, the worst-hit country is the United States, with 2.6 million infected and 128,000 deaths. The number of new COVID-19 cases in the US jumped by nearly 50,000 on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally, marking the biggest one-day spike since the onset of the pandemic.

    In the meantime, Brazil reports almost 1.5 million COVID-19 cases and a death toll of over 60,000, meaning that it now occupies second place in the world both in terms of numbers and deaths from the virus.

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    • 03:04

      Death Toll From COVID-19 in Germany Surpasses 9,000 People – Robert Koch Institute

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The number of people, who have died of the coronavirus in Germany, has increased by nine to 9,003 within the past 24 hours, the Robert Koch Institute said on Friday.

      The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country has risen by 446 to 195,674 people within the same period of time. Around 181,000 people have recovered since the start of the outbreak.

      A day earlier, the country confirmed 503 new cases and nine fatalities.

      The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March. To date, more than 10.8 million people have been infected with the coronavirus worldwide, with over 520,000 fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University.

    • 02:55

      Florida's Biggest County Miami-Dade Imposes Curfew Amid New Outbreak of COVID-19 – Mayor

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Florida's biggest county, Miami-Dade, has imposed a curfew over the new outbreak of COVID-19, Mayor Carlos Gimenez said.

      On Thursday, Florida registered 10,109 new coronavirus cases, which is the record daily increase since the start of the outbreak.

      "I’m taking additional measures to control the spread of COVID-19, imposing a nightly curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. [02:00-10:00 GMT] until further notice for all of Miami-Dade County. We're also rolling back the opening of entertainment venues effective July 3rd," Gimenez wrote on his Twitter page on late Thursday.

      The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March. To date, more than 10.8 million people have been infected with the coronavirus worldwide, with over 520,000 fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University.

    • 01:11

      Death Toll From COVID-19 in Mexico Rises by 679 to 29,189 People – Health Official

      MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) – The number of people, who have died of COVID-19 in Mexico, has risen by 679 to 29,189 within the past 24 hours, Jose Luis Alomia, the director of epidemiology at the Health Ministry, said.

      He also said on late Thursday that the number of confirmed coronavirus cases had increased by 6,741 to 238,511 within the same period of time.

      "At the moment, 238,511 tests for the SARS-CoV-2 virus have turned out positive ... including 29,189 fatalities," Alomia said in a televised address.

      A day earlier, the Latin American nation recorded 5,681 new cases of the coronavirus, with 741 fatalities.

      The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March. To date, more than 10.8 million people have been infected with the coronavirus worldwide, with over 519,000 fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University.

    • 23:39

      US COVID-19 Cases Surge Over 50,000, Record Daily Increase For Third Day In A Row, Reuters Tally Shows

    • 23:24

      Number of COVID-19 Cases in Brazil Rises by 48,105 to Over 1.49Mln, Health Ministry Says

      Number of COVID-19 Cases in Brazil Rises by 48,105 to Over 1.49Mln, Health Ministry Says

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Brazil has increased by 48,105 to 1,496,858 within the past 24 hours, the national Ministry of Health said on late Thursday.

      The death toll has risen by 1,252 to 61,884 people within the same period of time.

      A day earlier, Brazil reported about 46,712 new cases of the coronavirus disease and 1,038 new fatalities.

      Brazil comes second on a global tally of coronavirus cases after the United States, which has recorded over 2.7 million COVID-19 patients.

      The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March. To date, more than 10.9 million people have been infected with the coronavirus worldwide, with over 519,000 fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University.

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Brazil has increased by 48,105 to 1,496,858 within the past 24 hours, the national Ministry of Health said on late Thursday.

      The death toll has risen by 1,252 to 61,884 people within the same period of time.

      A day earlier, Brazil reported about 46,712 new cases of the coronavirus disease and 1,038 new fatalities.

      Brazil comes second on a global tally of coronavirus cases after the United States, which has recorded over 2.7 million COVID-19 patients.

      The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March. To date, more than 10.9 million people have been infected with the coronavirus worldwide, with over 519,000 fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University.

    • 23:10

      Death Toll From COVID-19 in Peru Surpasses 10,000 People, Health Ministry Says

      BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) – The number of people, who have died of the coronavirus in Peru, has exceeded 10,000, the national Ministry of Health said on late Thursday.

      "We regret to say that COVID-19 has resulted in the death of 10,045 people throughout the country. At the moment, we are sharing the pain of their families," the ministry said.

      The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Peru has reached 292,004, with 182,097 people having recovered from the disease.

      More than 1.7 million COVID-19 tests have been conducted in Peru since the start of the outbreak.

      The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March. To date, more than 10.9 million people have been infected with the coronavirus worldwide, with over 519,000 fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University.

    • 22:16

      Chicago to Require 14-Day Quarantine for Passengers Arriving to City Airports From COVID-19 Hotspots

      The Chicago Department of Public Health on Thursday announced the introduction of a 14-day quarantine for passengers arriving to city airports from US states considered to be COVID-19 hotspots, according to WGN TV News.

      The new measure is expected go into force at O’Hare and Midway airports on Monday at 12:01 a.m.

      “Like every action we have taken in response to the COVID-19 crisis, this decision was difficult but necessary in order to ensure the continued health and safety of Chicago’s residents and businesses,” said Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot. “Our success in staying ahead of this pandemic underscores our commitment to following the data of this disease, prioritizing saving lives, and working collaboratively with health officials, businesses and other stakeholders as we safely reopen our city’s economy. This emergency order will not only help contain the local spread of COVID-19 and preserve the positive progress we’ve made, it will also serve to prevent further spread nationwide and support the efforts of officials in other cities and states.”

    • 20:59

      Global COVID-19 Case Total Passes 10.5Mln After 176,102 New Positive Tests Confirmed - WHO

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) -  The global COVID-19 case total has surpassed 10.5 million after more than 176,000 new positive tests were confirmed worldwide over the past 24 hours, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.

      On Wednesday, the UN health agency said that the daily increment was 163,939 with 4,188 related deaths.

      According to the fresh data, a total of 4,787 COVID-19 deaths were registered worldwide in the past day. The global death toll new amounts to 512,842, while the exact overall number of cases is 10,533,779.

      According to Johns Hopkins University, the global number of COVID-19 cases has already surpassed 10.7 million, with nearly 518,000 fatalities.

      The WHO declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March.

      The United States remains the worst-hit nation with more than 2.7 confirmed cases and over 128,000 deaths. The United States is followed by Brazil and Russia, with more than 1.44 million and over 660,000 cases, respectively.

    • 20:55

      Moscow Records 34 Deaths of Patients With Coronavirus in Last 24 Hours

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Moscow has recorded 34 deaths of patients with coronavirus in the last 24 hours, which brings the total to 3,904, the response team said Thursday.

      "Thirty-four patients died in Moscow, they all had a confirmed diagnosis of pneumonia and tested positive for the coronavirus infection," the response center said.

      A day earlier, a daily death toll amounted to 39.

      Earlier in the day, the Russian capital reported 662 new coronavirus cases, which marks a significant decrease compared to the height of epidemic. On May 7, 6,703 cases were recorded in 24 hours.

    • 20:47

      US Unemployment Set to Remain Above Prepandemic Levels Until 2030 – CBO

      WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The US unemployment rate will remain above prepandemic levels throughout the next decade, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) said on Thursday in its updated economic outlook for the next 10 years.

      “The unemployment rate remains above its prepandemic level through the end of the projection period,” the CBO said.

      The report goes on to say that the unemployment is set to peak above 14 percent in the third quarter of this year, before declining as the economy reopens in the fourth quarter and throughout 2021.

      The report, however, takes into account only employment data up to June 26. Earlier in the day, the United States Department of Labor announced that the US economy added 4.8 million jobs in June as businesses continued to reopen from lockdowns forced by the coronavirus pandemic, with the unemployment rate sliding to 11.1 percent from a historic 14.7 percent two months ago.

      US President Donald Trump lauded the better-than-expected jobs numbers at a press briefing, adding "it will be a third quarter the likes of which nobody has ever seen before in my opinion, and the good thing is the numbers will be coming out just prior to the election."

    • 20:30

      Texas Governor Issues Executive Order Requiring Masks to Be Worn at All Times

      Texas Governor Greg Abbott has issued an executive order requiring residents to use face masks in public as a means to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, the governor’s office said in a statement on Thursday.

      “Every person in Texas shall wear a face covering over the nose and mouth when inside a commercial entity or other building or space open to the public, or when in an outdoor public space, wherever it is not feasible to maintain six feet of social distancing from another person not in the same household,” Texas Governor Gregory Abbott said in the order issued Thursday.

    • 20:23

      Switzerland Endorses Temporary Distribution of Remdesivir to Treat COVID-19 Patients

      GENEVA (Sputnik) - Swissmedic, the Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products, announced on Thursday that it decided to allow the temporary distribution of Remdesivir, an antiviral drug conventionally administered to Ebola patients, to treat COVID-19 patients.

      "Products containing the active substance remdesivir and marketed under the brand name "Veklury" may be used in Swiss hospitals, without authorization, for the treatment of COVID-19 patients until the official authorization decision is issued or the corresponding emergency status is revoked," Swissmedic said in a statement.

      According to the statement, Swissmedic experts made their decision based on data from preclinical and clinical studies. In particular, a clinical study conducted in the United States showed a positive benefit-risk ratio in patients with COVID-19 who suffer from pneumonia and need additional oxygen. The duration of the disease was reduced in almost a third of the patients.

      Initially developed by US manufacturer Gilead Sciences as an Ebola drug, Remdesivir has shown a positive effect in treating SARS and MERS. In May, the US Food and Drug Administration issued an authorization for the emergency use of Remdesivir in hospitalized patients with COVID-19.

      A COVID-19 patient usually needs a five-day treatment course of six vials of Remdesivir.

    • 20:06

      Chinese Train With 28Mln Masks Arrives in Spain After 1 Month Travel

      MADRID (Sputnik) - A train carrying up to 28 million masks from China has arrived at its final destination in Spain after a month of traveling, Spain’s Health Ministry said Thursday.

      The freight train with 35 cars also brought up to 425,000 units of protective body covering for medical workers. The volume of the cargo is equivalent to four airplanes, the ministry said.

      The train left the Chinese city of Yiwu on 3 June and traversed the longest rail path in the world of 13,025 kilometers. It crossed eight nations on its path: China, Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, France before finally reaching the Spanish capital of Madrid.

      "The Ministry of Health is optimizing the cost of importing this type of product, since rail transport is fifteen times cheaper than by air. This type of transport is intended for those materials that the national health system already has and therefore its need is not urgent," the health ministry’s statement read.

      China has taken a leading role in supplying different countries with personal protective equipment and advanced medical equipment to help tackle the pandemic. In a telephone conversation in March between Chinese leader Xi Jinping and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Xi assured Sanchez of China’s continued backing and reassure him that "the sun will come out after the storm," according to the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

    • 18:27

      US Health Institute Chief Says 'Optimistic' About Delivering COVID-19 Vaccine by Year-End

      "We are all optimistic that the goal we have set to have a vaccine that works and is safe by the end of 2020 will be met", Director Francis Collins said at a Senate hearing. "That's really a stretched goal, but it's the right goal for the American people".

    • 17:34

      France's Total COVID-19 Death Toll Rises to 29,875, Health Authorities Say

    • 17:07

      Trump Says 3 Vaccine Candidates on Trial in US ‘Really Looking Good’

      "We have three vaccine candidates. We’ve had many more, but three are really, really looking good", Trump said. "Three vaccine candidates are now in trail with three more to start very shortly".

      Trump emphasized that the United States is speeding the delivery of new treatments, including anti-viral steroids convalescent plasma and other therapies, and they also look really good.

      "This includes two drugs that have proven effective remdesivir and dexamethasone", Trump said.

      On Wednesday, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) head Stephen Hahn said the United States has approved four coronavirus vaccine candidates for clinical trials.

    • 16:19

      Two-Thirds of Americans Say COVID-19 Crisis 'Getting Worse,' Highest Level Ever, Poll Says

      "A new high of 65 percent of US adults say the coronavirus situation in the United States is getting worse. 23 percent say it is getting better", a press release explaining a new Gallup poll revealed.

      Gallup began asking the question in early April as the pandemic gained momentum, recording the previous high of 56 percent who feared the crisis was escalating in a survey released April 12, the release said.

      In last week’s poll, 48 percent viewed the crisis getting worse, and two weeks ago the number was 37 percent, the release said.

      In the past week, several US states have either paused timetables to re-open shuttered businesses or re-imposed wholesale closures amid a surge in new infections.

    • 14:04

      Philippines Releases Over 15,000 Prisoners Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

    • 13:25

      EU in Talks With Gilead to Secure Remdesivir After US Bought Up Supply

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      EU in Talks With Gilead to Secure Remdesivir After US Bought Up Supply

      BRUSSELS (Sputnik) - The European Commission is negotiating with the US-based Gilead Sciences company, which is producing the Remdesivir antiviral drug used against COVID-19, the possibility of providing the EU with a sufficient number of doses of the drug in light of reports that the US intends to stockpile the doses, the official statement said.
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    • 13:07

      Mass Rallies Hit Berlin as Germans Protest Against Ban on Major Events - Video

      Visitors toast with beer on the first day of the 182nd Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany, September 19, 2015

      Mass Rallies Hit Berlin as Germans Protest Against Ban on Major Events - Video

      The German government previously eased some of the pandemic restrictions but maintained a ban on major events until the end of October, meaning the cancellation of the legendary beer festival Oktoberfest, as well as other holidays.
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    • 12:23

      Sweden Confirms Over 70,000 Coronavirus Cases, Death Toll Reaches 5,411

    • 12:07

      'The Pandemic is a Teachable Moment for Our Children,' Professor Says

      'The Pandemic is a Teachable Moment for Our Children,' Professor Says

      On Tuesday, coronavirus cases in the United States rose by more than forty thousand in one day. This in the past week the number of positive tests has surged, and as a result, sixteen states have paused or reversed their reopening plans.
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    • 11:25

      Israeli Parliament Greenlights Security Service Shin Bet's Tracking of COVID-19 Patients Until 22 July - Reports

      TEL AVIV (Sputnik) - The Israeli legislature has approved in second and third readings a bill that enables the internal security service Shin Bet to digitally track coronavirus patients until 22 July, the Israel Hayom newspaper reported.

      The measure was greenlighted in a 53-38 vote on Wednesday.

      The tracking programme was initially launched in mid-March. In late April, the High Court of Justice ruled that the surveillance should be authorised by a special law and not imposed as an emergency measure.

      At the same time, Shin Bet chief Nadav Argaman reportedly opposed tracking people infected with COVID-19.

    • 11:00

      Over 200 COVID-19 Clusters Detected in France Since Start of Lockdown Exit

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) - French health authorities have identified some 200 clusters of the coronavirus since the country started lifting its pandemic restrictions on 11 May, Health Minister Olivier Veran said on Thursday, adding that the spread of the infection was effectively prevented with the help of a self-isolation regime and tracking technologies.

      "In Metropolitan France, we have identified more than 200 clusters since the beginning of the lockdown exit, but for ten consecutive weeks the number of cases is reduced and we have all the indicators that show that the situation is under control", Veran said on the RTL broadcaster.

      The minister added that every cluster is being strictly monitored to prevent the infection from spreading.

      He also said that the government has prepared a plan for a possible rebound of the pandemic, which does not include a return to lockdown measures.

      The minister refused to comment on an investigation into the government's alleged mismanagement of the health crisis, which is being handled by the Republican Court of Justice, the only body empowered in France to consider complaints against government officials, after reports of acute shortages of face masks at the height of the outbreak.

      Veran also expressed support for ex-Health Minister Agnes Buzyn, who has already been questioned by the National Assembly.

    • 10:08

      Romania Reports 27,296 Coronavirus Cases

    • 09:14

      Indonesia Confirms Record Spike in Coronavirus With 1,621 New Cases

    • 08:37

      South Korea Starts Using Remdesivir to Treat COVID-19 Patients

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) - South Korea has used Remdesivir, an antiviral drug conventionally administered to Ebola patients, to treat two people diagnosed with the coronavirus, the Health Ministry's Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) said on Thursday.

      In early June, the KCDC said that the country's Ministry of Food and Drug Safety had made an emergency decision to allow the use of Remdesivir to treat the novel coronavirus.

      The nation's Yonhap news agency cited the KCDC as saying that the drug was administered to two patients who needed oxygen treatment.

      Developed by US-based Gilead Science, Remdesivir was initially created to treat Hepatitis C but was then pitched as a treatment for Ebola, SARS, and MERS with varying degrees of effectiveness. Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, Remdesivir has been the subject of much discussion as a treatment for patients.

    • 08:34

      Indian Capital Gets First-of-its-Kind Plasma Bank for COVID-19 Patients

      Blood plasma bags

      Indian Capital Gets First-of-its-Kind Plasma Bank for COVID-19 Patients

      New Delhi (Sputnik): Back in April, India’s federal drug regulator cleared a proposal by the country’s top biomedical research body for the clinical trial of convalescent plasma for COVID-19 patients. The trials are now being conducted by hospitals/research laboratories approved by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
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    • 08:02

      London Mayor Reportedly Warns of 'New Era of Austerity' for UK Police Due to COVID-19

      Undated picture showing a Metropolitan Police Constable on traffic duty in parliament at London

      London Mayor Reportedly Warns of 'New Era of Austerity' for UK Police Due to COVID-19

      In February, Home Office officials reportedly argued that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's previous pledge to recruit 20,000 new police officers in England and Wales within three years is not enough and that over 50,000 policemen are actually needed.
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    • 07:37

      Russia Registers 6,760 COVID-19 Cases Over Past 24 Hours

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and the pharmaceutical group ChemRar have started exporting the drug Avifavir against COVID-19, Belarus has already received it, and deliveries to Kazakhstan are expected to start soon, RDIF said on Thursday.

      In June, RDIF and ChemRar produced 100,000 courses of the medication, smashing the target of 60,000, RDIF said.

      "In June, the medication was delivered to 35 regions across Russia and to the Republic of Belarus. Avifavir will soon be delivered to the Republic of Kazakhstan, a relevant agreement has been reached. Over 100,000 more courses will be produced within a month", RDIF said in a statement.

      According to Russia's sovereign wealth fund, talks are underway regarding Avifavir deliveries to Latin America, with a range of Commonwealth of Independent States nations and Middle Eastern countries also expressing interest.

    • 07:23

      Russia's RDIF, ChemRar Start Exporting Drug Avifavir Against COVID-19

      An employee demonstrates packages with new antiviral drug Avifavir, produced by manufacturer ChemRar and approved by Russian authorities to treat patients suffering from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at a storage in Moscow, Russia, in this handout photo released June 10, 2020

      Russia's RDIF, ChemRar Start Exporting Avifavir Medication Against COVID-19

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and the pharmaceutical group ChemRar have started exporting the drug Avifavir against COVID-19, Belarus has already received it, and deliveries to Kazakhstan are expected to start soon, RDIF said on Thursday.
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    • 06:40

      UK to Reportedly Ditch 'Air Bridge' Plan, Introduce Quarantine Exemption List for 75 Countries

      UK Passengers wait at the front of a queue for the next express train to Gatwick Airport

      UK to Reportedly Ditch 'Air Bridge' Plan, Introduce Quarantine Exemption List for 75 Countries

      The news comes as Britain confirmed at least 313,483 cases and 43,906 deaths in the country, putting the nation in third place in terms of the number of coronavirus-linked deaths worldwide, right after the United States and Brazil.
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    • 05:35

      Kazakhstan's Government Declares 2-Week COVID-19 Quarantine Starting 5 July

      ALMATY (Sputnik) - Kazakhstan will enter a two-week COVID-19 quarantine starting Sunday, with an option to extend it, amid a surge in coronavirus cases, the country's government said on Thursday.

      Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has tasked the state commission in charge of the coronavirus response with submitting proposals regarding a strict quarantine in the country.

      "Taking into consideration the deterioration of the epidemiological situation and the growth of coronavirus incidence rates in Kazakhstan, the state has made a decision to introduce the following transport restrictions for 14 days starting 5 July: to maintain international air travel with no further expansion of list of countries; to maintain restrictions on railroad travel; to suspend passenger bus travel between regions; to introduce time restrictions on public transport operation", the Kazakh government said in a statement.

      The government also introduced a ban on public events, limited movement of persons aged over 65, and banned people from walking in streets, parks, and public gardens in groups of over three individuals.

    • 05:32

      Indian Resort State of Goa Opens Up for Domestic Holidaymakers

      Goa Tourism Minister Manohar Ajgaonkar has announced that the coastal state will be open to tourists starting today (2 July) as 250 hotels have been granted permission to resume operations.

      The state has remained shut for travellers since a nationwide coronavirus-induced lockdown was declared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 24 March.

    • 05:23

      WHO Director-General Says 141 COVID-19 Vaccines Being Developed Worldwide

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Director-General of the World Health Organisation Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in an article for The Washington Post that 141 COVID-19 vaccines are currently being developed in the world.

      "Consider the vital role that international cooperation is already playing around the development of a COVID-19 vaccine. This began almost as soon as the coronavirus’s sequence was shared online, and there are now 141 vaccines in development. Leading candidates may be only months from success. Of course, there is no guarantee of full protection, but we are hopeful", Ghebreyesus said.

      He also expressed hope that the United States would continue its cooperation with the WHO despite President Donald Trump's remarks about the withdrawal of funding for the organisation.

    • 05:08

      Germany Records 503 New COVID-19 Cases, Total Reaches 195,228

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Germany has confirmed 503 new COVID-19 cases over the past 24 hours, with the total count reaching 195,228, the Robert Koch Institute said on Thursday.

      The death toll grew by nine to 8,994 people within the same period of time. Some 180,300 people have recovered since the start of the outbreak.

      A day earlier, the country confirmed 466 new cases and 12 fatalities.

    • 05:04

      Coronavirus Live Updates: India Surpasses 600,000 Infected

      India has recorded 19,148 new infections in the last 24 hours, the Indian Health Ministry announced on Thursday. The authorities said that the country has 226,947 active cases and 359,859 patients have recovered. The total tally has gone up to 604,641, while fatalities reached 17,834, including 434 deaths in the last 24 hours.

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