Global report: coronavirus cases pass 20m as WHO points to ‘green shoots of hope’ | The Guardian

US considers blocking infected citizens returning; Australian outbreak trends down; Singapore economy plunges 43%Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageNearly five months to the day since the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic, Covid-19 infections have passed 20 million cases. In acknowledging the milestone, the health body’s chief warned against despair, saying if the virus could be suppressed effectively, “we can safely open up societies”.Global cases reached one million at the start of April. By 22 May, there were 5 million cases. That figure had doubled to 10 million cases by the end of June, and, seven weeks later, it had doubled again to 20 million infections. Continue reading…

US considers blocking infected citizens returning; Australian outbreak trends down; Singapore economy plunges 43%

Nearly five months to the day since the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic, Covid-19 infections have passed 20 million cases. In acknowledging the milestone, the health body’s chief warned against despair, saying if the virus could be suppressed effectively, “we can safely open up societies”.

Global cases reached one million at the start of April. By 22 May, there were 5 million cases. That figure had doubled to 10 million cases by the end of June, and, seven weeks later, it had doubled again to 20 million infections.

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