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WHO reports record daily increase in global coronavirus cases - CGTN

The World Health Organisation has reported a record global increase in daily coronavirus cases. The number of cases increased on Friday by 292,527 worldwide, surpassing the previous 24-hour record of 284,196 which was set last week. The biggest daily case rises are from the United States, Brazil, India and South Africa. There have been 17.4 million coronavirus infections recorded globally and almost 675,000 deaths worldwide. Image: AP The World Health Organisation has reported a record global increase in daily coronavirus cases. The number of cases increased on Friday by 292,527 worldwide, surpassing the previous 24-hour record of 284,196 which was set last week. The biggest daily case rises are from the United States, Brazil, India and South Africa. There have been 17.4 million coronavirus infections recorded globally and almost 675,000 deaths worldwide. Image: AP

More than half of them came from the Americas.More than half of them came from the Americas.

WHO reports nearly 300,000 new coronavirus cases worldwide, the largest single-day rise so far | TheHill

More than half of them came from the Americas.More than half of them came from the Americas.

WHO reports nearly 300,000 new coronavirus cases worldwide, the largest single-day rise so far | TheHill

The biggest increases were from the United States, Brazil, India and South Africa

The biggest spike in daily coronavirus cases has been recorded in the past 24 hours, the World Health Organisation (WHO) reports. There have been 292,527 nThe biggest spike in daily coronavirus cases has been recorded in the past 24 hours, the World Health Organisation (WHO) reports. There have been 292,527 n

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Dr. Margaret Harris, a spokesperson for the World Health Organization, said COVID-19 might not have a second waveDr. Margaret Harris, a spokesperson for the World Health Organization, said COVID-19 might not have a second wave

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WHO spokeswoman Dr. Margaret Harris encourages that people stop thinking about COVID-19 as a seasonal virus.

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Coronavirus cases worldwide may be 'one big wave' rather than a series of multiple waves, according to a doctor with the World Health Organization, but other experts are casting doubts on these sorts of analogies. Coronavirus cases worldwide may be 'one big wave' rather than a series of multiple waves, according to a doctor with the World Health Organization, but other experts are casting doubts on these sorts of analogies.

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While there have been talks of subsequent COVID-19 waves, WHO official Margaret Harris, M.D., says the pandemic is “one big wave” and “this virus likes all weather.”“This is a new virus and this one is behaving differently.”

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Here are the latest developments from around the world overnight. Here are the latest developments from around the world overnight.

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WHO reports record daily increase in global coronavirus cases, up over 292,000 | One America News Network

More than 290,000 new coronavirus cases were recorded in the past day, a new record, with the biggest increases in the US, Brazil, India and South Africa.More than 290,000 new coronavirus cases were recorded in the past day, a new record, with the biggest increases in the US, Brazil, India and South Africa.

The World Health Organization reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases on Friday, with the total rising by 292 527.The World Health Organization reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases on Friday, with the total rising by 292 527.