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NEWLY REPORTED COVID-19 CASES IN LAST 24 HOURS (7.30.2021, 6:30pm CEST, WHO):   U.S. 90,660    India 44,230    Brazil 48,013    Russia 23,564    France 25,080    The United Kingdom 30,633    Turkey 22,161    Argentina 15,883    Columbia 9,364    Spain 13,696    Italy 6,167    Iran 34,433    Germany 2,454    Indonesia 41,168    Mexico 19,028    South Africa 13,626    Peru 1,502    The Netherlands 4,506    Chile 1,371    Iraq 13,259    Philippines 5,734    Bangladesh 13,862    Malaysia 17,170    Pakistan 4,497    Portugal 3,009    Japan 10,425    Israel 1,013    Nepal 2,467    United Arab Emirates 1,550    Tunisia 3,676    Thailand 17,345    Saudi Arabia 1,289    Greece 2,694    Belarus 1,033    Georgia 2,712    Costa Rica 1,467    Cuba 8,607    Venezuela 1,009    Ireland 1,361    Myanmar 5,127    Honduras 1,282    Libya 2,730    Kenya 1,068    South Korea 1,710    Algeria 1,537    Mongolia 2,525    Vietnam 9,765    Mozambique 1,774    Botswana 4,566    Zimbabwe 2,089    Fiji 1,301    China 84    Singapore 133    New Zealand 3    Australia 261   

Netherlands reports 8,015 new coronavirus infections

Christian Fernsby |
The number of coronavirus infections in The Netherlands rose by 8,015 since Sunday, slightly lower than the 8,177 cases reported the previous day, according to the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) on Monday.

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Topics: NETHERLANDS   

An average of 7,827 confirmed cases per day was reported for the past seven days, compared to 5,861 one week earlier, RIVM was quoted as saying by NOS, a Dutch media company.

A total of 17 coronavirus patients passed away in the Netherlands from Sunday to Monday, compared to 15 from Saturday to Sunday. On average 25 people died from coronavirus in the Netherlands over the past seven days, compared to 19 a week before.


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