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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The number of confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infections worldwide surpassed 3.1 million, while 217,439 people across 193 countries and territories have died. Roughly 859,100 people have recovered from the virus, as some countries slowly begin to lift lockdowns in an effort to return to normalcy.

— In Jamaica, the latest number of confirmed cases is 364.

— Bermuda's Premier David Burt said the territory could “start a very slow rolling back” of coronavirus restrictions next week.

— The Government of Haiti has received funds amounting to US$16.1 million from the United States, to help the country respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

— France on Tuesday reported 367 new coronavirus deaths, bringing the country's toll since March 1 to 23,660 but with the number of people in intensive care continuing to decline.

— Britain's health minister said Tuesday he was "very worried" at signs of a coronavirus-related syndrome emerging in children but stressed it needed more research and remained very rare.

— In the United States, a New York emergency doctor who treated coronavirus patients has killed herself, with family, police and physicians linking her death to trauma faced by health care workers battling the outbreak.

— The number of US deaths from COVID-19 surpassed the toll of Americans killed in the Vietnam War, the Johns Hopkins University tracker showed on Tuesday.

— The US has so far recorded 58,355 deaths, making it the hardest-hit country. Meanwhile, Italy has recorded 27,359 deaths, Spain 24,275, France 23,660 and the United Kingdom 21,678.

Read the full stories here:

Premier says Bermuda may start slowly rolling back restrictions next week

Haiti receives US$16.1m in assistance from US to fight COVID-19

France reports 367 new virus deaths, fewer intensive care cases

UK raises alarm over coronavirus-related syndrome in children

US coronavirus deaths top Vietnam War toll: tracker

New York doctor who treated COVID-19 patients kills herself


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