The rise strengthens prospects for renewed curbs on activity in Europe's largest economy, which would be a blow to a country until now widely seen as successful in reining in the spread and holding down the death toll.
Iranian health authorities Saturday announced more than 100 new deaths from coronavirus and another 2,000 cases of the illness, as the country´s fight against the pandemic entered its fifth month. South Korea reported 17 new cases, the first time its daily increase fell to under 20 in almost a month and Beijing's increase was in single digits for the first time in eight days.
As of Sunday (local time), 47 million Spaniards will be able to freely move around the entire country for the first time since the government declared a state of emergency on March 14.
US authorities have reported more than 30,000 new infections a day recently but in New York City, once the epicenter of the USA outbreak, Monday was a key day for lifting many coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
The city is capable of screening nearly 1 million people a day for the coronavirus, an official said on Sunday.
United Kingdom set to ease lockdown rules: Boris Johnson is preparing to relax social distancing rules in a major boost to the UK's hospitality industry.
One supporter, who gave her name as Jody while waiting in line with her five-year-old son dressed as a mini-Trump, said she would be wearing a mask but expected that many others would not.
Chinese authorities reported 25 new confirmed cases - 22 in Beijing and three in neighbouring Hebei province.
China confirms commanding officer was killed in Ladakh face-off
The Galwan River is located around 25 miles from The Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de facto border between India and China. The military commanders will also seek to ensure that the Galwan Valley-type clashes don't occur anywhere on the borders.
Paris - The novel coronavirus has killed at least 465 300 people since the outbreak began in China last December, according to a tally from official sources compiled by AFP as of 19:00 (GMT) on Sunday.
The Beijing health commission gave no details of where the latest cases might have originated.
Tourists will be required to present recent Covid-19 negative certificate or undergo testing at Dubai airports.
The government said today that 43 deaths were recorded in all settings across the United Kingdom in the past 24 hours, bringing the country's official pandemic death toll to 42,632.
A woman walks past a temporarily closed pub in London, England.
"People are much more anxious about Covid-19 than unemployment or poverty", said Bold Sambuu, a senior adviser at Zorig Foundation, a democracy advocacy group. He also said all countries must make universal healthcare a priority, warning the world had learnt the hard way that strong healthcare systems were "the foundation of global health security and of social and economic development". "So I said to my people, 'Slow the testing down, please'".