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Largest single-day rise in coronavirus cases: WHO

Largest Single Day Spike in Corona Cases

World heath Organisation on Sunday reported the largest single-day spike in Covid-19 cases with over 1.8 Lakh cases globally in its Daily situation report.

According to the WHO reports, Brazil with 54,771 cases, US with 36,617. and over 15,400 new cases in India the global toll reached 1,83,020 in last 24 hours. With 4,734 people died, the death toll inclined to about 4,61,751 fatalities worldwide.

Brazil the second worst hit country after US reported 968 death in last hours and over 50,000 new infections, Country has seen over 50,659 total fatalities till now.

With the world’s highest number of reported infections, over 2.2 million. President Trump with his bizzare logic on Saturday said, ” Here is the bad part: When you do testing to that extent, you are going to find more people, you will find more cases.” Also he had asked US officials to slow down testing for Covid-19 because case numbers in the country were rising so rapidly.

Meanwhile Saudi Arabia ended the lockdown and lifting restrictions on cinemas, hair salons and other businesses. Prayers were also allowed to resume in mosques in the holy city of Mecca despite spike in infections.

One of the worst affected countries, with a death toll of more than 28,000 and more than 245,000 infections ended the 14 week lockdown allowing the citizens to move freely around the country with some restrictions including wearing a mask in shops, airports, on public transport and in other enclosed public spaces.

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