World coronavirus dispatch: Over 100,000 cases globally in less than a day
From 'world's best restaurant' reopening as cheeseburger joint, to need for office space diminishing, and World Bank's new chief who is a crisis expert - read these and more in today's world dispatch
Coronavirus | lockdown should be expected in order to prevent a second | Health crisis
Last Updated at May 22, 2020 14:31 IST
As many as 106,000 new coronavirus cases were added to the world total in just 24 hours on Thursday, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) — the most in a single day since the outbreak. Almost two-thirds of these cases were reported in just four countries. The surge in global Covid-19 infections — past the 5-million mark now — suggests the pandemic is still a long way from getting over.
Experts warn that the true number of infections might be far higher but unreported because of low testing rates in many countries. Read more here. Let’s look at the ...
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First Published: Fri, May 22 2020. 13:52 IST