- China has recorded no deaths connected to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) for the first time
- The health officials reported that this was the first time that no fatality was recorded since the figures started to increase in January
- However, China faces the second wave of COVID-19 cases from people overseas after the travel ban has been lifted
- As of posting time, there are now over 1.2 million COVID-19 cases across the globe
It has been reported that China has recorded zero deaths related to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on April 7, 2020.
KAMI learned that this was the first time that there was no fatality since the figures started to rise in January.
In a report by the China Xinhua News, there was no new confirmed COVID-19 case in China’s Hubei province as of today as well.
However, as reported by Channel News Asia, China faces a second wave of COVID-19 cases because of people coming from abroad.
The Chinese mainland has recorded 32 new imported cases, bringing a total of the number of imported cases to 983.
Meanwhile, CNN World reported that the COVID-19 has infected over 1.21 million people and killed more than 67,000 patients across the globe, as per the World Health Organization (WHO).
As of posting time, the United States of America has the most cases of COVID-19, having a total of 307,318 confirmed cases. Followed by Spain with a total of 130,759 confirmed cases.
As previously reported by KAMI, the Department of Health (DOH) has recorded a total of 3,660 COVID-19 cases. Meanwhile, there were 163 fatalities and 73 recoveries reported.
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