Even as cases shot up across much of the world, the number of new deaths is going down, the WHO statistics showed.
They include one on Sept 16, one on September 17, two on September 18, and six on Monday.
Cases presumed active are down from 462 on Monday.
According to the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, the virus has infected more than 31.3 million people worldwide and killed about 965,642 people.
The seven-day rolling average for new cases is now at 776, the first time in a week that the average dipped below 800.
The Illinois Department of Public Health lists cases and tests performed by ZIP code, while the county health department lists cases by municipality.
Wells was one of five withdrawals from the Milton Keynes tournament, with Gary Wilson also testing positive while Michael White, Elliot Slesser and David Lilley must self-isolate after coming into contact with the pair, organisers said. 72 percent of the cases are in persons aged under 45.
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Shares in the company had already dropped by more than 19% in the days since the report was first published by Hindenburg. Hindenburg also compiled a detailed account of Nikola's early days, including Milton's business patterns in the past.
37 cases are active in the North, 8 of which are in hospital and 3 are in ICU. Neighboring Josephine and Klamath counties remain with two deaths each since the pandemic began.
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The WHO cited the rise in almost all regions of the world, noting that only Africa reported a 12-percent drop in new cases from a week earlier.
The number of active cases is an estimate based off of the total number of laboratory confirmed infections over the last two weeks.
Beshear asked Kentuckians to commit to taking the necessary steps to help fight the spread of the virus, especially wearing a mask, and social distancing.
As of Monday, Public Health has identified 261,446 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of L.A. County 6,366 deaths.
"We have a couple of Kentucky cities larger than 200,000", Beshear said.