Brazil records nearly 52,000 daily new cases; more than 150 arrested in UK anti-lockdown protests; Australian state of Victoria records no new cases a
Brazil records nearly 52,000 daily new cases; more than 150 arrested in UK anti-lockdown protests; Australian state of Victoria records no new cases and no deaths
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China on Sunday said 11 new coronavirus cases were detected on the mainland throughout the course of Saturday, compared with six cases a day earlier.
All of the new infections were imported cases, the National Health Commission said in a statement. There were no new deaths. China also reported 10 new asymptomatic patients, compared with four a day earlier.
As of Saturday, mainland China had a total of 86,512 confirmed coronavirus cases, it said. China’s death toll from the coronavirus remained unchanged at 4,634.
Mexico reported 10,008 new confirmed coronavirus infections and 586 additional deaths on Saturday, health ministry data showed, bringing the official number of cases to 1,100,683 with a total death toll of 105,459.
Health officials have said the real number of both is likely to be significantly higher due to little testing.