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Coronavirus Newest: Cases from Europe Exceed 1.5 million since lockdowns eased

The nation has taken a number of the most rigorous lockdown steps in the Earth, shutting its borders and implementing a rigorous month-long lockdown when the epidemic started.

Without instances for the first time since March, the current news suggests its steps have become successful.

Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield said the figures had been certainly encouraging, however, the outcome represented a moment in time and it will not be till after this week which officials will understand if new instances are continuing to pop up from the area. He said the outcome was a cause for celebration and has been emblematic of the efforts of the whole nation.

There have already been almost 1,500 cases and 20 deaths in the nation.

Talking on a particular broadcast on Fox News in the Lincoln Memorial on Washington’s National Mall on Sunday,” Trump said: “We think we will have a vaccine from the end of the season.”
“Physicians will say, you should not say that. I state what I believe,” he added.

European instances transcend 1.5 million

As of Sunday, international deaths from coronavirus have been coming a quarter of a million, with over 247,000 deaths verified.

In Europe, the area most affected by the virus, the number of instances exceeded 1.5 million.

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) figures reveal that the daily case rate has stayed between 70,000 and 90,000 new cases every day for the last month, although the mortality rate has also stabilized, at 5,000-6,000 deaths each 24 hours to the previous two months.

Good morning, I am Luke Hurst and I will be bringing you all the latest coronavirus upgrades.