WHO reported the largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases

GENEVA  The World Health Organization on Sunday reported the highest single-day increase in coronavirus cases, with more than 183,000 new cases in the latest 24 hours.

The United Nations Health Agency reports that Brazil has 54,771 cases, followed by 36,617 in the US. Over 15,400 people came to India.

Experts said the growing number of cases reflects many factors, including more extensive testing and widespread infection.

Of the total epidemic, the WHO reported 8,708,008 cases in the last 24 hours, 461,715 deaths worldwide, and two-thirds of the 4,743 deaths. Then in the US daily newspaper.

In Spain, authorities ended a national emergency after a three-month lockdown that allowed its 47 million residents to travel freely across the country for the first time since March 14. The country has also left 14-day detention for the UK and visitors. Top 26 European countries that allow visa-free travel.

But there is only a passenger basket at the Madrid-Barajas airport, which is a typical June day.

After arriving from the Canary Islands in Spain, 23-year-old Pedro Delgado said, "This freedom does not justify our journey to see our family and friends. This is something we really see."

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez urged the people to be more careful: "The virus can return and it can hit us again in the second generation, and we must do everything we can to avoid it at all costs." . "

Trump said at a campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that the U.S. tested 25 million people on Saturday, but the "bad part" is that more cases were found.

"When you test to that extent, you're going to find more people, you're going to find more cases," Trump said. "So I tell my people, please slow down the test, please."

White House Trade Adviser Peter Navarro told CNN that he called Trump a "tongue-in-cheek" and "light-hearted."

Democratic opponent, Joe Biden's campaign has accused Trump of "advancing politics for the safety and economic well-being of the American people."

According to Johns Hopkins, the highest death toll in the world is 2.2 million, and about 120,000 people die. Health officials say robust testing is important to keep an eye on the outbreak and prevent the virus.

In England, lockdown restrictions reminded the Druids, pagans, and party goers of the Northern Hemisphere that Sunday was the longest day of the year to prevent the sun from rising in the ancient circle of Stonehenge. English Heritage, which runs the site, has done a live stream instead. Some people gathered outside the fence.

"You can't cancel the sunrise," Arthur Pendragon told the BBC.

The number of confirmed cases of the virus is still rising rapidly not only in the US, but also in Brazil, South Africa and other countries, especially in Latin America.

The Brazilian Ministry of Health said the total number of cases rose to more than 50,000 in a single day. President Zaire Bolsonaro is mitigating the dangers, though his country has seen some 50,000 deaths in the world's second-highest.

More than 5 thousand new cases and 46 deaths were reported in South Africa on Saturday. Despite the increase, President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that one of the world’s toughest lockdowns is more relaxed. The casino, beauty salon, and sit-down restaurant service will reopen.

In the United States, the virus has spread to the west and south. More than 3,100 new infections in Arizona, the lowest on Friday, and 26 deaths. There were 445 new cases reported in Nevada.

In Europe, there are over 1,000 cases in a single meatpacking plant in Germany, so the provincial government has issued a detention order for a total of 6,500 workers, operators, and family members.

In Asia, China and South Korea reported cases of new coronavirus spreading on Sunday, which threatened to recover.

Chinese authorities in Beijing have registered 25 new cases - 22. Last week, Beijing tightened travel restrictions, requiring someone to leave the capital of China, a city of 2 million, to show that someone had tested negative for the virus.

In South Korea, employees of the Door-to-Door Sales Company in Seoul have identified about 200 infections, and at least 70 other infections are linked to the Table Tennis Club. But South Korean officials are reluctant to enforce strong social distance without harming the economy.


Joe McDonald reported from Beijing and Kim Tong-hyung from Seoul, South Korea. AP journalists around the world contributed to this report.

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