Coronavirus cases outside of China surge to 10,000, says WHO


NEW DELHI: The World Health Organization (WHO) has registered over 1,700 new cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection outside of China while the total number of infected people has exceeded 10,000. 

The WHO said that the number of confirmed cases outside of China had risen by 1,792 to 10,566 in 72 countries.

It said the death toll outside of China had gone up by 37 to 166. 

According to the WHO, the number of confirmed cases in China stands at 80,304, the death count has reached 2,946.

The overall number of COVID-19 cases worldwide has increased by 1,922 to 90,870. 

In India, Union Health Ministry informed that six positive cases have been registered so far.

According to Health Ministry, the fresh cases of COVID-19 have been reported from New Delhi, Telangana, Rajasthan and from Kerala.


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