The new coronavirus has killed more than 470,000 people worldwide, while nearly 8,970,000 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed.
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LAST BALANCE SHEET | 6:00 a.m.
IN THE WORLD
Confirmed cases: 8,969,827
Confirmed cases: 101,337
Confirmed cases: 54,766
IN THE USA
Confirmed cases: 2,280,969
ALL THE NEWS FROM MONDAY JUNE 22, 2020
5:00 am | The effects of confinement on mental health are increasingly felt and certain psychiatric hospitals in Quebec are overwhelmed.
4:52 am | The Japanese professional football and baseball leagues, whose championships have been disrupted by coronavirus, jointly announced on Monday that they will allow a limited number of spectators into the stadiums starting July 10.
4:45 am | Living in a largely conservative society, many LGBT Indians hide their gender identity from loved ones. A secret that has become particularly burdensome for some during the long weeks of confinement with their families.
1h00 | Contrary to what you might think, there are currently more new cases reported every day around the world than at any time before..
1h00 | Unable to match the $ 26 an hour salary offered to future attendants, community organizations providing services to people with disabilities lose many employees and fear that they will no longer be able to hire qualified staff.