1. Coronavirus Death Count Crosses 20,000, 3 Billion Under Lockdown  NDTV News
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  3. Virus torments US, Europe as global case count crosses 400k  Hindustan Times
  4. The shock of coronavirus could split Europe – unless nations share the burden  The Guardian
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More than three billion people around the world were living under lockdown on Wednesday as governments stepped up their efforts against the coronavirus pandemic which has left more than 20,000 people dead.More than three billion people around the world were living under lockdown on Wednesday as governments stepped up their efforts against the coronavirus pandemic which has left more than 20,000 people dead.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Coronavirus Death Count Crosses 20,000, 3 Billion Under Lockdown

Italy records 743 deaths, Spain 514 in just 24 hours; US registers stunning one-day rise in cases by 10,000 as global Covid-19 figures race past another grim milestone.Italy records 743 deaths, Spain 514 in just 24 hours; US registers stunning one-day rise in cases by 10,000 as global Covid-19 figures race past another grim milestone.

Virus torments US, Europe as global case count crosses 400k - world news - Hindustan Times

In Spain, the number of fatalities surpassed those of China, where the novel coronavirus first emerged three months ago, making it the hardest-hit nation after Italy.In Spain, the number of fatalities surpassed those of China, where the novel coronavirus first emerged three months ago, making it the hardest-hit nation after Italy.

Coronavirus global death toll crosses 20,000, over three billion people under lockdown- The New Indian Express

Coronavirus outbreak: In Italy, the numbers of both new cases and deaths rebounded on Tuesday. Coronavirus outbreak: In Italy, the numbers of both new cases and deaths rebounded on Tuesday.

“Death toll in Italy surpasses 7,500 #Coronavirus https://t.co/1JhJyYB0aA”

Jack Posobiec on Twitter: "Death toll in Italy surpasses 7,500 #Coronavirus https://t.co/1JhJyYB0aA"

“Does anyone know why we don’t have today’s UK coronavirus death toll yet?”

Julia Hartley-Brewer on Twitter: "Does anyone know why we don’t have today’s UK coronavirus death toll yet?"

“#Spain has today overtaken #China to record the world's second-highest death toll from coronavirus behind #Italy”

Robert Jobson on Twitter: "#Spain has today overtaken #China to record the world's second-highest death toll from coronavirus behind #Italy"

“Doctors say the coronavirus death toll isn’t consistent with the number of deaths they’re seeing on the front lines. They blame reporting lags, breakdowns in logging tests, or worse: “because people are not being tested before or after they die.” https://t.co/JXEKfOU6v0”

Ian Sams on Twitter: "Doctors say the coronavirus death toll isn’t consistent with the number of deaths they’re seeing on the front lines. They blame reporting lags, breakdowns in logging tests, or worse: “because people are not being tested before or after they die.” https://t.co/JXEKfOU6v0"

Coronavirus: an economic recession is expected in G20 countries, credit rating agency Moody's said on Wednesday.Coronavirus: an economic recession is expected in G20 countries, credit rating agency Moody's said on Wednesday.

Coronavirus: Spain extends state of emergency as death toll passes China | Euronews

The European Union is taking unprecedented action to help member countries endure the massive cost of to keeping people and businesses alive through the virus outbreakThe European Union is taking unprecedented action to help member countries endure the massive cost of to keeping people and businesses alive through the virus outbreak

As outbreak blows up finances, a limit to EU solidarity - The Washington Post

The coronavirus pandemic killed over 20,000 people worldwide with most of the deaths reported from Europe, news agency AFP reported citing official figures. The death has spiked to 20,334 deaths, of which 13,581 were in Europe. Italy remained the worst-affected from the pandemic with 7,503 deaths. Spain followed with 3,434 and China with 3,281, the country where the initial outbreak occurred. Meanwhile, more than three billion people have been asked to stay at home in almost 70 countries and territories as governments battle the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe.The coronavirus pandemic killed over 20,000 people worldwide with most of the deaths reported from Europe, news agency AFP reported citing official figures. The death has spiked to 20,334 deaths, of which 13,581 were in Europe. Italy remained the worst-affected from the pandemic with 7,503 deaths. Spain followed with 3,434 and China with 3,281, the country where the initial outbreak occurred. Meanwhile, more than three billion people have been asked to stay at home in almost 70 countries and territories as governments battle the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe.

Coronavirus pandemic: Global death toll tops 20,000; more than 3 billion people under lockdown, World News | wionews.com

Studying the official responses of the seven European countries with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of Sunday 25 March reveals very different attitudes to battling the pandemic.

COVID-19 timeline betrays European countries' different responses - CGTN

MADRID, Spain (AFP) — More than three billion people are living under lockdown measures as ...MADRID, Spain (AFP) — More than three billion people are living under lockdown measures as ...

Three billion under lockdown as UN warns virus threatens humanity

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PARIS (AFP) - More than three billion people are living under lockdown measures to stem the spread of the killer coronavirus that the United Nations warned on Wednesday (March 25) is threatening all of humanity.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -PARIS (AFP) - More than three billion people are living under lockdown measures to stem the spread of the killer coronavirus that the United Nations warned on Wednesday (March 25) is

Coronavirus: More than three billion told to stay home worldwide, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

With the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic shifting to Europe, the region now faces its most serious crisis since the Second World War. All of the pillars of so-called European integration are buckling under the pressureWith the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic shifting to Europe, the region now faces its most serious crisis since the Second World War. All of the pillars of so-called European integration are buckling under the pressure

Coronavirus exposes the myth of European unity

A total of more than 20,800 deaths have now been reported in 182 countries and territories from the coronavirus pandemicA total of more than 20,800 deaths have now been reported in 182 countries and territories from the coronavirus pandemic

Global coronavirus death toll surpasses 20,000 | World - Geo.tv

Germany and the Netherlands will lead opposition to issuing joint bonds to help revive the European Union economy from a deep slump caused by the coronavirus when the bloc's national leaders discuss emergency assistance on Thursday (26 March).Germany and the Netherlands will lead opposition to issuing joint bonds to help revive the European Union economy from a deep slump caused by the coronavirus when the bloc's national leaders discuss emergency assistance on Thursday (26 March).

Germans and Dutch set to block EU ‘corona bonds’ at video summit – EURACTIV.com

As the number of confirmed cases worldwide soared toward 450,000, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned that only a concerted global effort could stop the spread of the virus.As the number of confirmed cases worldwide soared toward 450,000, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned that only a concerted global effort could stop the spread of the virus.

PARIS, March 26 — The coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 20,599 people worldwide since it first appeared in China in December, according to an AFP tally at 1900 GMT yesterday using official figures. More than 447,030 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed in 182 countries and...PARIS, March 26 — The coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 20,599 people worldwide since it first appeared in China in December, according to an AFP tally at 1900 GMT yesterday using official figures. More than 447,030 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed in 182 countries and...

Coronavirus deaths top 20,000 worldwide, mostly in Europe | World | Malay Mail