Bad News: WHO Reports Largest Single-Day Increase in Coronavirus Cases

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Health Editor’s Note: With protests, opening up of states and facilities, decreased interest in physical distancing, decrease in mask wearing, increases in coronavirus cases would be expected to be rising.  Trump wanting to “slow down testing because too many cases are showing up” is certainly going to keep the U.S. in the running for country with most coronavirus cases and deaths…..Carol

WHO reports largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases

by Joseph Wilson and Jamey Keaten/AP News 

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Spain reopened its borders to European tourists Sunday in a bid to kickstart its economy, while Brazil and South Africa struggled with rising coronavirus infections. At a campaign rally, President Donald Trump said he told his administration to slow down testing because it was turning up too many cases — though a White House adviser later said Trump was kidding around.

The virus has infected over 8.8 million people worldwide and killed more than 464,000, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University, though the true numbers are thought to be much higher because many cases go unreported or undetected.

Spain ended a national state of emergency after three months of lockdown, allowing its 47 million residents to freely travel around the country for the first time since March 14. The country also dropped a 14-day quarantine for visitors from Britain and the 26 European countries that allow visa-free travel.

But there was only a trickle of travelers at Madrid-Barajas Airport, which on a normal June day would be bustling.

“This freedom that we now have, not having to justify our journey to see our family and friends, this was something that we were really looking forward to,” Pedro Delgado, 23, said after arriving …read more:

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