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A million people a week are now being infected as the pandemic continues.A million people a week are now being infected as the pandemic continues.

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 is now over 10.1 million, with 502,000 dead.The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 is now over 10.1 million, with 502,000 dead.

Coronavirus: Latest on COVID-19 from around the world - Monday, June 29 | Newshub

More than 10 million cases have been reported worldwide, according to the latest official figures.More than 10 million cases have been reported worldwide, according to the latest official figures.

Coronavirus: Global COVID-19 deaths surpass half a million in grim milestone | World News | Sky News

Global infections from the novel coronavirus on Sunday surpassed 10 million as the rate of new cases surges.Global infections from the novel coronavirus on Sunday surpassed 10 million as the rate of new cases surges.

Global infections top 10 million: Virus update

Seven months after the novel coronavirus emerged in Wuhan, China, more than half a million people have lost their lives. The same number of Beijing residents have been ordered into lockdown. Follow DW for the latest.Seven months after the novel coronavirus emerged in Wuhan, China, more than half a million people have lost their lives. The same number of Beijing residents have been ordered into lockdown. Follow DW for the latest.

Coronavirus latest: Global death toll reaches 500,000 | News | DW | 28.06.2020

The U.S. also accounts for 25% of the world’s Covid-19 death toll.The U.S. also accounts for 25% of the world’s Covid-19 death toll.

There Are 10 Million Coronavirus Cases Worldwide. The U.S. Accounts For 25% Of Them.

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About one-quarter of all the deaths so far have been in the United States, official data showsAbout one-quarter of all the deaths so far have been in the United States, official data shows

Global coronavirus death toll surpasses 500,000

5,477,859 have recovered from virus, 4,126,094 still infected, with 57,841 seriously ill; countries continue to grapple with pandemic as they release economies from lockdown5,477,859 have recovered from virus, 4,126,094 still infected, with 57,841 seriously ill; countries continue to grapple with pandemic as they release economies from lockdown

Coronavirus global deaths pass 500,000, with over 10 million cases diagnosed | The Times of Israel

The worldwide COVID-19 death toll tops 500,000. Over 5 million have recovered.The worldwide COVID-19 death toll tops 500,000. Over 5 million have recovered.

Coronavirus cases hit 10 million as outbreaks surge in the US, Brazil and India - CNET

Around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating.Around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating.

4 key factors could help stop the worldwide spread of Covid-19

The United States has seen a quarter of the world's infections.The United States has seen a quarter of the world's infections.

US virus cases surge as global infections pass 10 million – Channel 4 News

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide surpassed 10 million on Sunday while deaths topped half a million. Health officials estimate the actual case count could be much higher.The number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide surpassed 10 million on Sunday while deaths topped half a million. Health officials estimate the actual case count could be much higher.

Global COVID-19 Deaths Top 500,000 : Coronavirus Live Updates : NPR

Global COVID-19 cases exceed 10 millionGlobal coronavirus cases exceeded 10 million on Sunday according to a Reuters tally, marking a major milestone in the spread of the respiratory disease that has so far killed...

Global COVID-19 cases exceed 10 million | Daily Sabah

The US leads the world in Covid-19 cases by far, accounting for well over a third of the global total of over 10 million since the virus emerged late last year in China.The US leads the world in Covid-19 cases by far, accounting for well over a third of the global total of over 10 million since the virus emerged late last year in China.

Coronavirus infections in US nears 2.6M as cases surge

Live version of coronavirus map The United States has surpassed 2.5 million coronavirus cases, as efforts to reopen the world's economic powerhouse wereLive version of coronavirus map The United States has surpassed 2.5 million coronavirus cases, as efforts to reopen the world’s economic powerhouse were dramatically set back by a surge of ne…

US tops 2.5m virus cases as infections soar - Asia Times

Rest of World News: The death toll from Covid-19 reached half a million people on Sunday, a grim milestone for the global pandemic. The respiratory illness has been partiRest of World News: The death toll from Covid-19 reached half a million people on Sunday, a grim milestone for the global pandemic. The respiratory illness has been parti

Coronavirus Deaths in World: Global Covid-19 death toll hits 500,000-mark | World News - Times of India

The Latest: Confirmed coronavirus cases pass 10 million worldwide

Global COVID-19 cases worldwide have now reached the 10 million mark - but it's a number that many health experts believe massively underestimates the true picture of the pandemic's spread.Global COVID-19 cases worldwide have now reached the 10 million mark - but it's a number that many health experts believe massively underestimates the true picture of the pandemic's spread.

Global COVID-19 cases hit ten million, but actual numbers probably higher - AM - ABC Radio

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Experts say countries need to stay vigilant and public must continue to take precautions.. Read more at straitstimes.com.World News -Experts say countries need to stay vigilant and public must continue to take precautions.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

10 million coronavirus cases globally as outbreak surges, World News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The coronavirus pandemic has topped two milestones -- 10 million cases and 500,000 deaths -- since the first cases were reported six months ago.The coronavirus pandemic has topped two milestones -- 10 million cases and 500,000 deaths -- since the first cases were reported six months ago.

Coronavirus milestones: 10 million cases, 500,000 deaths worldwide - UPI.com

A new coronavirus spike is emerging in the United States with 36 states reporting a rise in cases, as It co...

Coronavirus world cases reach 10 million as USA records rise in cases, Florida could be new epicentre of COVID-19

The US accounted for the world's highest number of infections of 25,10,323 and fatalities of 1,25,539.The US accounted for the world's highest number of infections of 25,10,323 and fatalities of 1,25,539.

While concern in the U.S. has focused on big states like Texas, Arizona and Florida reporting thousands of new cases a day, rural states are also seeing infection surges, including in Kansas, where livestock outnumber people.While concern in the U.S. has focused on big states like Texas, Arizona and Florida reporting thousands of new cases a day, rural states are also seeing infection surges, including in Kansas, where livestock outnumber people.

Confirmed coronavirus cases hit 10 million worldwide

Global infections from the novel coronavirus have surpassed 10 million as the rate of new cases surges, according to an AFP tally on Sunday. One million new cases were recorded in only six days, according to the AFP count, just as countries start to unwind punishing lockdowns that have devastated their economies and thrown millions […]

COVID-19 has now infected more than 10 million people - Barbados Today

The rate of infections worldwide continues to rise, with one million new cases recorded in just six days.The rate of infections worldwide continues to rise, with one million new cases recorded in just six days.

Coronavirus | Over 10 million cases registered worldwide - The Hindu

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Global coronavirus cases top 10 million, 1 killed in shooting at Breonna Taylor protest in Louisville, and more

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The number of worldwide confirmed coronavirus infections passed ten million yesterday and deaths from the virus exceeded half a million.Less than six months after the health authorities in Wuhan, The number of worldwide confirmed coronavirus infections passed ten million yesterday and deaths from the virus exceeded half a million.Less than six months after the health authorities in Wuhan,

And 25 percent of those COVID-19 cases are in the U.S. Coronavirus cases topped 10 million globally this weekend as the death rate reaches just shy of half a million people. A quarter of those cases are in the U.S. The U.S. currently has one of the highest infection rates in the world. The U.S. []And 25 percent of those COVID-19 cases are in the U.S. Coronavirus cases topped 10 million globally this weekend as the death rate reaches just shy of half a million people. A quarter of those cases are in the U.S. The U.S. currently has one of the highest infection rates in the world. The U.S. []

Coronavirus Cases Top 10 Million Globally With Deaths Near 500,000

The coronavirus outbreak across the globe doesn't seem to stop anytime soon and the total number of confirmed infections in the world by Sunday (June 28) evening crossed the 1 crore mark.The coronavirus outbreak across the globe doesn't seem to stop anytime soon and the total number of confirmed infections in the world by Sunday (June 28) evening crossed the 1 crore mark.

Coronavirus global cases cross 1 crore-mark; almost 5 lakh dead while 50.85 lakh have recovered | World News | Zee News

Maharashtra and nine other Union Territories (UTs) and States reported their highest single-day figure.Maharashtra and nine other Union Territories (UTs) and States reported their highest single-day figure.

More Than 20,000 COVID-19 Cases Emerge, Highest Single-Day Spurt So Far; Total Casualties Cross 16,000-Mark

BEIJING, June 28 (Reuters): Global coronavirus cases exceeded 10 million on Sunday according to a Reuters tally, marking a major milestone in the spread of the respiratory disease that has so far killed almost half a million people in seven months.BEIJING, June 28 (Reuters): Global coronavirus cases exceeded 10 million on Sunday according to a Reuters tally, marking a major milestone in the spread of the respiratory disease that has so far killed almost half a million people in seven months.

Covid-19: Global coronavirus cases exceed 10 million (update) | The Star

Global infections from the novel coronavirus have surpassed 10 million as the rate of new cases surges.Global infections from the novel coronavirus have surpassed 10 million as the rate of new cases surges.

COVID-19 deaths surpass 500,000 globally, with more than 10 million infected | CTV News

Virus-linked deaths worldwide exceed 499,000, over 5M patients have recovered: Johns Hopkins University - Anadolu AgencyVirus-linked deaths worldwide exceed 499,000, over 5M patients have recovered: Johns Hopkins University - Anadolu Agency

Global coronavirus cases top 10 million

There are 38 countries which have either defeated Covid-19, or are very close to it. These include small island nations like Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands.There are 38 countries which have either defeated Covid-19, or are very close to it. These include small island nations like Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands.

Global Covid-19 cases cross 10-million mark, two-third infections reported in May-June - india news - Hindustan Times

Spread the love(AFP) – Global infections from the novel coronavirus have surpassed 10 million as the rate of new cases surges, according to an AFP tally on Sunday. One million new cases were recorded in only six days, according to the AFP count, just as countries start to unwind punishing lockdowns that have devastated their […]

COVID-19 has now infected more than 10 million people worldwide - Antigua Observer Newspaper

Infections are also up in some other parts of the world that have reopenedInfections are also up in some other parts of the world that have reopened

US coronavirus cases surge past 2.5mn

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. The number of confirmed global coronavirus cases crossed 10 million on Sunday while deaths approached 500,000. The 10 million figure is roughly double the number of severe flu cases recorded every year, per the World Health Organization. The United States accounts for more than 25 percent of worldwide cases, and several states — including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Nevada, and Arizona — either broke or matched their previous records for daily confirmed cases Saturday, prompting Vice President Mike Pence to call off campaign events in Arizona and Florida. Washington state, meanwhile, paused the fourth and final phase of re-opening in several counties after registering a new state record of infections over a seven-day stretch. Other countries battling severe outbreaks are India and Brazil, who combined made up a third of the world's new cases in the past week. Other nations that had largely stemmed the virus' spread like China, Australia, and New Zealand have seen smaller resurgences, although the latter's latest cases are travel-related and in isolation. Read more at Reuters and The Wall Street Journal. Tim O'Donnell

There are now more than 10 million confirmed global coronavirus infections

Gov. Asa Hutchinson has said he's not ready to further ease restrictions on businesses as coronavirus cases are surging. Gov. Asa Hutchinson has said he's not ready to further ease restrictions on businesses as coronavirus cases are surging. 

Arkansas reports 570 more COVID-19 cases