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    15,000 new coronavirus cases, 786 new deaths in past 24 hours: WHO Report
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    The World Health Organization said Wednesday in their daily coronavirus situation report that over 15,000 people are contracting the deadly coronavirus on a daily basis — 5,000 above the 10,000 recent daily rate, Your Content can report. What’s more, there are nearly double the amount of new deaths reported in the last 24-hours compared to Monday’s report.


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    15,000 new coronavirus cases, 786 new deaths in past 24 hours- WHO Report » Your Content
    📸: World Health Organization | Situation Report | COVID-19 | Mar. 18, 2020

    ◄ GLOBAL 24-HOUR HIGHLIGHTS►

    🦠 NEW DEATHS » 786
    🦠 NEW CASES » 15,123
    🦠 NEW REGIONS » 1


    ◄72-HOUR WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION RUNDOWN►

    — The total number of cases and deaths outside China has overtaken the total number of cases in China. From today, total cases from China will no longer be featured separately.

    🦠 NEW DEATHS » 1,991
    🦠 NEW CASES » 40,008
    🦠 NEW REGIONS » 14


    15,000 new coronavirus cases, 786 new deaths in past 24 hours- WHO Report » Your Content
    📸: World Health Organization | Situation Report | COVID-19 | Mar. 18, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS » Your Content 728x90

    15,000 new coronavirus cases, 786 new deaths in past 24 hours- WHO Report » Your Content
    📸: World Health Organization | Situation Report | COVID-19 | Mar. 18, 2020

    ◄24-HOUR WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION REPORT►

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