BRUSSELS: The death toll from the coronavirus pandemic has risen to 7,900 around the world.
According to reports, more than 190,000 cases have been confirmed worldwide with more deaths outside China.
In United Kingdom, the death toll rose to 71 after another 16 new deaths. In France, health authorities say 27 more people have died from the coronavirus bringing the total death toll to 175.
In Spain, death toll rose to 553 after 191 new deaths while confirmed cases reached 1748. In Italy, death toll rose to 2035 after 345 new deaths while cases of coronavirus reached over 31,000.
In the United States, death toll rose to 102 after 14 new deaths while confirmed cases coronavirus reached 6176.
WHO calls for boldest actions to fight coronavirus pandemic
The World Health Organization has called for the boldest actions to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
In a statement, WHO’s regional chief for Europe Hans Kluge said COVID-19 has infected more than 71,000 people and killed over 3,330 across Europe.
Meanwhile, Belgian government has asked its citizens to stay at home till 5th of next month while Spain has announced a 200 billion euros package to help companies affected by the crisis.
Talking to newsmen in Ottawa, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged citizen to stay home to prevent spreading the COVID-19 virus.