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International COVID-19 death toll Moves 700,000 with Europeans among worst hit States

France’s daily coronavirus infections attained the highest in over two weeks on Wednesday, together with 1,695 new cases reported.

Police are expected to announce measures obliging individuals to put on face masks in tourist hot areas, such as across the banks of the Seine.

Cases will also be climbing in Spain, in which 1,178 new cases were reported Tuesday.

Concern has also come from the Turkish government after the daily disease toll exceeded 1,000 for the next day in a row Wednesday.

At least 701,027 individuals have died globally as a result of COVID-19 because of the start of the pandemic, according to the newest statistics from Johns Hopkins University.

There have been over 18.5 million verified cases of coronavirus around the world, after the virus first surfaced in late 2019 in China.

The USA, Brazil, and Mexico have suffered the maximum amount of deaths. Over 150,000 people have died in the US while Brazil has over 95,000 supported deaths and Mexico includes a toll of more than 48,000.

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European states also have been severely affected by the virus epidemic, with various states suffering tens of thousands of deaths.

The United Kingdom has the fourth greatest death toll in the world with over 46,000 confirmed deaths because of COVID-19.

Italy and France reported over 30,000 deaths and Spain has reported over 28,000.

Nearly one in three deaths have happened in Europe, in which over 200,000 people have died.

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Today, many European nations are getting ready for a possible second wave of this outbreak.

In a few nations, wearing a mask is compulsory in certain configurations and governments are preparing for possible regional lockdowns and improved testing amid a resurgence of the virus.