Nepal | July 15, 2020

New virus has infected more than 76,000 people globally

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BEIJING: A viral outbreak that began in China has infected more than 76,000 people globally. The World Health Organization has named the illness COVID-19, referring to its origin late last year and the coronavirus that causes it.

The latest figures reported by each government’s health authority as of Friday in Beijing:

Mainland China: 2,236 deaths among 75,465 cases, mostly in the central province of Hubei.

Hong Kong: 69 cases, 2 deaths

Macao: 10

Japan: 727 cases, including 634 from a cruise ship docked in Yokohama, 3 deaths

South Korea: 204, 2 deaths

Singapore: 86

Thailand: 35

Taiwan: 26 cases, 1 death

Malaysia: 22

Iran: 18 cases, 4 deaths

Australia: 17

Vietnam: 16

Germany: 16

United States: 15 cases; separately, 1 US citizen died in China

France: 12 cases, 1 death

United Kingdom: 9

United Arab Emirates: 9

Canada: 9

Italy: 6

Philippines: 3 cases, 1 death

India: 3

Russia: 2

Spain: 2

Belgium: 1

Nepal: 1

Sri Lanka: 1

Sweden: 1

Cambodia: 1

Finland: 1

Egypt: 1


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