Confirmed coronavirus cases now exceed 1 million worldwide

In America, over 240,000 citizens have been reported to be infected with the coronavirus. Image: REUTERS/Marco Bello

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Desk Editor, Thomson Reuters

Daniel Wallis

Journalist, Reuters

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