Asia Today: India’s pathogen genocide fee rises, Seoul cases jump

NEW DELHI (AP) — India’s coronavirus genocide fee has overtaken Britain to turn a fourth-highest in a world. It reported some-more than 1,000 deaths in a past 24 hours and a sum now exceeds 48,000. A spike in cases of 64,000 in a past day has carried a sum cases to some-more than 2.4 million. Experts are propelling some-more contrast given India has a world’s second-highest population. Elsewhere in Asia, South Korea reported one of a biggest daily jumps in months. North Korea carried a lockdown in a limit city of Kaesong, while New Zealand extended a lockdown in a city of Auckland as an conflict centered there grew.

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