Global deaths from coronavirus races past 20,000 with 450,000 confirmed cases as 182 countries and territories battle the deadly virus – with 3 BILLION people now in lockdown worldwide

The coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 20,500 people worldwide since it first appeared in China in December, official figures say. More than 452,160 confirmed cases of infection have been diagnosed in 182 countries and territories since the start of the pandemic. The tallies, using data collected from national authorities and information from the World Health Organisation (WHO), are likely to reflect only a fraction of the actual number of infections. Many countries are now only testing cases that require hospitalisation. School pupils attend the graduation ceremony held at the school field with keeping social distance amid the coronavirus pandemic at Senjusakura Elementary School in Tokyo, Japan Employees from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) for Refugees uses a temperature test machine on a child in Palestine A worker sweeps the almost empty streets during the first day of national quarantine to stop spread of COVID-19 in Bogota, Colombia A woman, wearing a protective face mask, and her child, sit on a curb in Mexico City as the child laughs at something that was said to him This incredible aerial view picture shows the empty Liberacion square in Guadalajara, Mexico, at around 8am on Wednesday A member of… Read full this story

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