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NEWLY REPORTED COVID-19 CASES (11.19.2021, 4:50pm CEST, WHO):   India 11,106    Brazil 11,977    United Kingdom 46,858    Russia 37,156    Turkey 22,234    France 19,840    Argentina 1,553    Germany 52,970    Spain 3,932    Columbia 2,257    Italy 10,645    Mexico 3,836    Ukraine 20,050    Poland 23,242    Philippines 1,297    Malaysia 6,380    Netherlands 23,680    Peru 1,370    Thailand 6,855    Czechia 13,374    Canada 2,448    Romania 3,076    Chile 2,611    Serbia 3,219    Sweden 1,210    Portugal 2,398    Vietnam 10,223    Kazakhstan 1,272    Austria 14,212    Hungary 11,289    Greece 7,276    Georgia 4,278    Bulgaria 2,785    Belarus 1,844    Slovakia 7,418    Azerbaijan 2,124    Croatia 7,270    Bolivia 1,119    Ireland 4,646    Lithuania 1,847    Denmark 4,013    South Korea 3,034    Slovenia 3,662    Latvia 1,221    Laos 1,401    China 31    New Zealand 200    Australia 1,302   

Wuhan coronavirus cases continue to rise across Europe

Christian Fernsby |
The number of novel coronavirus cases in Europe continues to rise, with more countries on the continent confirming their first cases.

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French Health Minister Olivier Veran said yesterday that the number of coronavirus cases in the country has risen to 38.

According to French media, the National Assembly asked a lawmaker who traveled to China to stay at home for 14 days as a precautionary measure.

In Italy, the worst hit country in Europe, the number of coronavirus cases has risen to 650, according to local media.

The death toll in Italy has risen to 17, according to the latest figures released by the country’s head of civil protection.

The Netherlands and Northern Ireland reported their first confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus yesterday.

Health authorities said the number of novel coronavirus cases in the UK had risen to 16.

Landlocked Austria, which borders Italy to the south, confirmed two new cases of the virus yesterday, bringing the total to five.

Spanish authorities said the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country had reached 23.

Sweden’s Public Health Agency said yesterday that the novel coronavirus was detected in five more people. The agency said the total number of confirmed cases had risen to seven.

A Norwegian woman has also tested positive for the virus in her country, but without showing any symptoms, the Norwegian health institute said. According to local media reports, the patient is from Tromso in the north of the country.

The novel coronavirus, officially known as COVID 19, was first detected in Wuhan city in China's Hubei province last December.

The global death toll is nearly 2,800, with China being the worst hit, with more than 78,000 cases and over 2,700 fatalities.

The World Health Organization has declared the outbreak an international health emergency and said the global risk level remains high.

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