Over 850,000 COVID-19 cases have been reported worldwide, with more than 42,000 deaths The US recorded 865 deaths in the 24 hours until Tuesday evening Germany saw its death toll rise by 149 over the past 24 hours China said it would now start counting asymptomatic cases in its infection tally Updates in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC/GMT) 09:52 The number of coronavirus infections in Spain has risen to 102,136, the Health Ministry announced Wednesday. On Tuesday, it had a registered 94,417 cases. Fatalities rose over 24 hours from 8,189 to 9,053. 09:36 The Italian government is extending its emergency coronavirus lockdown through April 13, the health minister confirmed to lawmakers. The economically debilitating lockdown has seen nationwide business and school closures, a ban on public gatherings, factory closures and severe travel restrictions. “The country is at a standstill and we must maintain the least amount of activity possible to ensure the survival of all,” civil protection service chief Angelo Borrelli told reporters. Italy’s death toll — the highest in the world — stood at 12,428 on Tuesday. The country’s outbreak began on February 20. Its 60 million people have been under lockdown since March 10. Read more: Coronavirus: Italy launches mental health service for lockdown 09:02 As of today, shoppers visiting supermarkets… Read full this story
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