WHO reports record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases

WHO reports record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases
WHO reports record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A protester (R) wears a face shield with an image of Victoria's state premier Daniel Andrews on it as speaks to police during an anti-lockdown rally in Melbourne, as the city continues to enforce strict lockdown measure to battle a second wave of COVID-19 coronavirus infections. AFP

Cast members wear personal protective equipment as they prepare backstage during the drama "Retrograde Man" in Wuhan, Hubei province, China. The drama, paying tribute to medical staff, portrays a doctor's rescue of coronavirus patients during the lockdown in Wuhan. As there have been no recorded cases of community transmissions since May, life for residents is gradually returning to normal. Getty Images

Medical workers deliver deliver cupcakes to patients infected by the COVID-19 to celebrate new year's day of 2013 on Ethiopian calendar, at the makeshift hospital installed inside Millenium Hall, one of the country's largest event centers, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. AFP

A medical worker brushes the hair of a patient affected with COVID-19 in a Marseille hospital, southern France. As the Marseille region has become France's latest virus hotspot, hospitals are re-activating emergency measures in place when the pandemic first hit to ensure they're able to handle growing new cases. AP Photo

An Indian woman wearing white protective gear mourns after taking a glimpse of her husband's body, a victim of COVID 19, at a cremation ground in Gauhati, India. India reported another record spike of 95,735 new coronavirus infections in the past 24 hours as the virus spreads beyond its major cities. The ministry said the surge in new infections is due to ramping of daily testing that exceeds 1 million now. However, experts caution that India’s outbreak is entering a more dangerous phase as the virus spreads to smaller towns and villages. AP Photo

People watch as police stand guard in front of the Shrine of Remembrance during an anti-lockdown rally in Melbourne, as the city continues to enforce strict lockdown measure to battle a second wave of COVID-19 coronavirus infections. AFP

A man is detained by police during an anti-lockdown rally in Melbourne, Australia. Anti-lockdown protesters organised a "freedom walk" to demonstrate against Melbourne's current Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. While organisers claim the gathering is legal, Victoria police said they would be monitoring protest activity, with anyone considered to be breaching the Chief Health Officer's directives liable for a fine of $1652. Metropolitan Melbourne remains under stage 4 lockdown restrictions, with people only allowed to leave home to give or receive care, shopping for food and essential items, daily exercise and work while an overnight curfew from 8pm to 5am is also in place. The majority of retail businesses are also closed. Other Victorian regions are in stage 3 lockdown. The restrictions, which came into effect from 2 August, were introduced by the Victorian government as health authorities work to reduce community COVID-19 transmissions across the state. Getty Images

An elderly couple wearing face masks to protect against the coronavirus walks at a public park in Beijing. Even as China has largely controlled the outbreak, the coronavirus is still surging across other parts of the world. AP Photo

A city worker holds a dog at the animal city shelter in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After seeing the number of adoptions go down to zero in the beginning of the new coronavirus pandemic, the Rio city shelter is celebrating the success of their Pet Delivery program. Now, administrators running animal shelter are offering pets through a virtual system that allows prospective owners to browse online and, after choosing a pet, the shelter brings the animal to their homes, bathed, spayed and with all inoculations. AP Photo

A member of staff checks the temperature of theatregoers as a precaution against the transmission of the novel coronavirus upon their arrival ahead of a performance of Sleepless the Musical at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre in London. At the Troubadour, in Wembley Park, northwest London, on Thursday night, theatre-goers had their temperatures taken and were told to wear face masks throughout the performance. Most British theatres are have not reopened following the coronavirus lockdown but the pop-up venue has been able to adapt to social distancing rules. Its 1,200 capacity has been cut to 400 seats, and a one-way route has been put in place along with hand-washing and disinfecting facilities. Audiences complied and didn't seem to mind. AFP

A member of the "Bora Testar" or Let's Test project, interviews resident Marina Almeida, in the Paraisopolis neighborhood of Sao Paulo, Brazil. The project plans to test up to 600 people for COVID-19 in the low income neighborhood, and to expand to other vulnerable communities in the country, financed by crowdfunding and donations. AP Photo

Maria Hernandez, 38, (top, L) embraces her aunt through a transparent curtain at a Hogar Jardin de Los Abuelitos nursing home as a nurse watches them, in San Salvador, amid the new coronavirus pandemic. According to geriatrician Luis Bermudes, the use of a kind of curtain that allows the elderly guests to be hugged by their relatives without the risk of being infected from COVID-19 is a measure to avoid depression and anxiety. AFP

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