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Almost 10 million cases of Covid-19 reported to World Health Organisation

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Almost 10 million cases of Covid-19 reported to World Health OrganisationAlmost 10 million people around the world have tested positive for Covid-19, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. The global health body said it expected to reach the grim milestone “within the next week”. The death toll from the disease from around the world has surpassed 470,000. "We expect to reach a total of 10M cases within the next week.This is a sober reminder that even as we continue R&D into vaccines & therapeutics, we have an urgent responsibility to do everything we can with the tools we have now to suppress transmission & save lives"[email protected] — World Health...
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The World Health Organisation (WHO) said that it expects to see the number of cases of Covid-19 reach 10 million within the next week. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO director general, told a press briefing in Geneva: “More than 9.1 million cases of Covid-19 have now been reported to WHO, and...

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