With COVID-19 activity stabilizing and starting to decline in some of Europe’s hot spots but picking up in some middle- and low-income nations, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) warned against lifting restrictions too early while also noting that stay-at-home measures may not be practical for poor countries. The global total moved closer to 2 million cases today, with 1,905,935 reported today from 185 countries, along with 118,623 deaths, according the Johns Hopkins online dashboard. The global total topped the 1 million mark only 11 days ago.

 

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