WHO says coming weeks are ‘critical’ as Europe’s cases near 1 million

The total number of infections worldwide has risen to 2,056,055 and at least 134,178 people have died from the disease, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University.

Hopkins data showed the coronavirus has infected more than 636,300 patients in the United States.

Spain, Italy, France, and Germany have each reported more than 134,000 cases each. Cases in the United Kingdom climbed to over 99,400, according to Hopkins, and more than 12,800 people have died.  Saheli Roy Choudhury

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