COVID-19 Updates (May 12th)

At the time of writing, 4,294,823 cases of the coronavirus had been confirmed with 288,992 deaths.

Coronavirus cases rose over weekend in some countries where lockdowns were lifted.

India coronavirus cases surpass 70,000.

Sources suggest that Hong Kong has confirmed a local case, 23 days since the last local case.

China reports 1 new imported coronavirus case.

Germany today reported 933 new coronavirus cases, it brings the national total to 170,508 cases.

Japan reports 50 new cases as it prepares to ease restrictions.

France extends state of emergency through July 10.

At least 102 coronavirus cases linked to South Korea nightclub cluster.

21,410 dormitory residents have tested positive for the virus in Singapore as the country is struggling to contain COVID-19 clusters.

Alcohol banned on the river Seine and Canal Saint-Martin in Paris.

Parks and gardens will stay closed in Paris.

UK Railway ticket office worker died from COVID-19 after being spat on.

Denmark is creating a new agency to handle future outbreaks.

Vladimir Putin’s spokesman has been hospitalized with coronavirus.

Northern Ireland announces a 5 step plan to ease lockdown but with no specific timeline.

The proportion of COVID-19 deaths in British nursing care homes increases.

Spain to impose 14-day quarantine for international arrivals.

India partially resumes rail services despite rise in coronavirus cases.

5 coronavirus patients die in fire at Russian hospital.

Wuhan to conduct citywide testing in “10-day battle” to prevent second wave of infection.

Trump administration announces $11 billion will go to states for coronavirus testing.

Turkey will enforce a 4-day curfew next weekend.

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