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WHO reports most coronavirus cases in a day, worried about poor countries

Reuters Wednesday, 20 May 2020 ()
There were 106,000 new cases of new coronavirus infection recorded worldwide in the last 24 hours - the most in a single day yet, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday, expressing concern for poor countries even as rich ones emerge from lockdown.
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