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This photo shows the bird’s-eye view of Omani capital Muscat.
Oman's Ministry of Health announced on Sunday 157 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the Sultanate to 5,186.
The Oman News Agency, ONA, quoted the ministry as saying that 22 individuals had died from the virus, and 1,465 patients had recovered.
At least 683,767 have died, according to a Reuters tally published on Sunday, August 2nd. Infections have been reported in more than 210 countries and territories since the first cases were identified in China in December 2019.
Pakistan also reported 4,734 new virus cases, raising its overall infections to 93,983. The latest 97 virus-related deaths sees the highest 24-hour increase to its fatalities, as authorities urged volunteers to motivate people to adhere to social distancing regulations to contain the spread of the virus.
Worldwide, more than 9 million people have been confirmed infected by the virus and more than 472,000 have died, according to the Johns Hopkins University tally. Experts say the true numbers are much higher because of limited testing and cases in which patients had no symptoms.
The city government estimates it will have 550,000 COVID-19 cases by the end of July, and will require 150,000 beds by then. Cases are expected to keep rising as state governments ease restrictions in place since lockdown was first imposed in late March.
The pony-tailed senior Khan sporting dark shades and a black facemask over a grey half-sleeved T-shirt was virtually mobbed by the paparazzi and the hordes of policemen as he entered the menacing barred gates of the ARCJ in the congested south Mumbai.
EU country leaders will discuss a "toolbox" the EU Commission published last week, which outlined the national measures governments can take and said Brussels would look into longer-term options to address price shocks.
The talks came after Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Daesh fighters were massing in northern Afghanistan to spread religious and ethnic discord in former Soviet republics that Moscow considers its backyard.
Dramatic footage shared by state-run “People's Daily” on social media showed the windows ripped out of several buildings in a street coated in dust and debris in Shenyang, capital of Liaoning province in northern China.