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Coronavirus updates: WHO warns global cases could reach 10 million next week

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Draft tabs are seen through a window of a closed pub in London, Tuesday, June 23, 2020. Pubs are to reopen in a major easing of lockdown restrictions in England from July 4.
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The latest developments:

New COVID-19 outbreak reported in the Italian city of Bologna

World Health Organization warns COVID-19 cases could reach 10 million next week.

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06.25.2020
18:00

COVID-19 cases surge in Europe, says WHO 

The World Health Organization says Europe has seen an increase in weekly coronavirus cases as lockdown restrictions have been relaxed.
WHO's Regional Director Dr Hans Henri Kluge said in 11 countries accelerated transmission has led to "very significant" resurgences.
"Last week, Europe saw an increase in weekly cases for the first time in months," he said.

Kluge warned health systems could be "pushed to the brink" if left unchecked. 

06.25.2020
16:14

New coronavirus cases reported in Italy 

A new outbreak of coronavirus cases has emerged at a warehouse in the Italian city of Bologna, according to local media. 
44 asymptomatic cases were reported after all workers at the courier warehouse of company Bartolini were tested, the Resto del Carlino newspaper reported.