Coronavirus, also called COVID-19, is the biggest threat to Germany’s economy, the Federation of German Industries said There are more than 95,000 cases globally with over 3,200 dead, mostly in China US Congress approved an $8 billion aid package Italy’s death toll reaches 148, up from 107 on Wednesday All times in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC/GMT) Read more: Coronavirus: How can I protect myself from infection? 21:57 Brazil has confirmed its eighth case of coronavirus, taking the total number in Latin America to 36. Six of the cases in Brazil are in Sao Paulo state, while Rio and Espirito Santo states have one case each, the country’s Health Ministry said. 21:52 US military laboratories have started receiving their own testing kits to determine whether American troops have coronavirus, officials said, after relying on outside testing measures. However, the testing capacity is still limited, as is the distribution of the test kits, they say. 20:56 Ireland has reported the first community transmission of coronavirus, not associated with travel from Italy on Thursday. The case marks Ireland’s 13th infection. 20:43 Costa Rica has reported a suspected case of the novel coronavirus in a woman returning from a trip to Italy and Tunisia. The Costa Rican Health… Read full this story
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