Here are summary of coronavirus update across the world.
Berlin plan to protests against coronavirus curbs, ruling against the capital’s ban on such protests.
The German court gave the go-ahead for the mass demonstrations planned in Berlin. 3,000 police officers to control crowds expected to reach 20,000, have prepared for possible violence as activists opposed to the virus measures urge social media followers across Europe to arm themselves and gather in Berlin.
However, German has managed the coronavirus crisis than many of its European counterparts, with rigorous testing helping to hold down infections and deaths.
But the new daily infections have accelerated in recent weeks as in much of the world.
107th Tour de France begins in Nice in restricted form
After a sharp rise in coronavirus infections in France, restrictions were intensified once again.
107th Tour de France begins in Nice, but even the stunning backdrop of the Cote d’Azur in southern France can’t mask the fact that this is a competition that has been changed markedly by the pandemic.
Not all the spectators will be allow to see the race, with the Cote d’Azur region now a designated “red zone” – a virus hot spot.
Initially 5,000 spectators were to have been allowed to watch. Now only a few dozen have the honour of taking in the start and end of the first stage.
Russia’s coronavirus death toll exceeds 17,000
111 people in Russia had died from the new coronavirus in the last 24 hours, raising the official death toll to 17,025, Russia said.
Russia’s coronavirus taskforce reported 4,941 new cases, bringing its nationwide tally to 985,346, the fourth largest caseload in the world.