Over 10 million coronavirus cases registered worldwide: AFP tally

Over 10 million coronavirus cases registered worldwide: AFP tally

Over 10 million coronavirus cases registered worldwide: AFP tally

On Saturday alone the USA recorded more than 43,000 new cases, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University. The global death toll has also topped half-a-million.

Europe remains the hardest hit continent with 2,637,546 cases including 195,975 fatalities, while the United States has 2,510,323 infections including 125,539 deaths.

New York, once the epicentre of the pandemic in the USA, is now "on the exact opposite end", Governor Andrew Cuomo said, with the state reporting just five new deaths on Saturday, its lowest number since mid-March.

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European leaders were taking no chances, trying to tamp down new clusters.

A healthcare worker organises COVID-19 tests that were just administered at United Memorial Medical Center COVID-19 testing site in Houston, Texas Thursday, 25 June 2020. The two countries accounted for over a third of all new cases in the past week, according to a Reuters tally. Health authorities warned they expect numbers to get worse in coming days and are considering further lockdowns.

The most affected countries are the US, Brazil, Russia and India, standing at more than 2.5 million, 1.3 million, 600,000 and 500,000 cases respectively.

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The hardest-hit parts of the U.S. are in the south and west, where many state leaders had pushed for early economic reopenings. Total infections are at 509,000, with more than 15,600 deaths.

The disease also continues to rampage through Latin America, with Peru topping 9,000 deaths on Saturday.

Brazil, the second hardest-hit country after the USA, recorded 990 deaths on Saturday, the highest toll in the world that day, while Mexico recorded the second highest at 719.

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In Australia's state of Victoria, authorities recorded their highest daily jump in locally acquired Covid-19 cases since the pandemic began, with 75 people testing positive on Monday and only one confirmed to be a returned worldwide traveller.

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