COVID-19 Updates (4/4)

At the time of writing, 1,141,375 cases of the coronavirus had been confirmed 205 countries and territories with 61,205 deaths. The US, Spain, Italy, and Germany are the worst affected countries by this pandemic.

Malawi has confirmed its first case of the coronavirus.

France has now overtaken China’s official number in terms of the number of confirmed cases.

China reports 19 new cases, all but one imported from overseas.

India reports more than 600 new cases in a day, many linked to a religious gathering.

Japan recorded 314 new cases of the novel coronavirus and six more deaths on Friday, according to the country’s Health Ministry.

The rate of daily new coronavirus cases has slowed in Thailand, according to the country’s Ministry of Public Health.

London mayor warns public spaces will only remain open if stay-at-home rules are followed.

The Spanish government is set to extend the nationwide “state of alarm” introduced on March 14 for a second time, until April 26.

UK’s lockdown will remain in place for weeks one of the country’s leading epidemiologists has said.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister says countries are “walking a tightrope” when it comes to Covid-19 response.

Corona beer stops production in Mexico.

Australia’s immigration chief tells tourists: Take the next flight home.

Passengers from all nationalities have been permitted to transit through Bahrain International Airport starting on April 3, Bahrain News Agency reported Saturday.

Thailand suspends international flight arrivals.

The Fiji government announced a lockdown of part of the Soasoa region on Vanua Levu island.

Doctors say India must prepare for an “onslaught” as crowded slum reports first coronavirus death.

Hawaii activates the National Guard for coronavirus response.

South Korean president is “grief stricken” over the country’s first coronavirus death of a medical worker.

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