China puts half a million in lockdown after COVID-19 spike: Live

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Global coronavirus cases exceeded 10 million on Sunday, according to Johns Hopkins University, marking a major milestone in the spread of the respiratory disease that has so far killed almost half a million people in seven months. More than five million have recovered.

Here are the latest updates: 

Sunday, June 28 10:59 GMT – Philipine has fastest increase in COVID-19 cases: WHO

The the World Health Organization (WHO) has said The Philippines had the fastest increase in COVID-19 cases in the Western Pacific region, local media outlets reported.

The revelation by WHO has prompted Philippines Department of Health’s (DOH) to not “cherry pick” countries for comparison, the Philippines Star reported. 

10:35 GMT – South Korea to allow limited number of fans at sports games

South Korea said it will begin allowing limited numbers of spectators at sports games as it seeks to return to normal after months of strict social

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