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We leave you with a round-up of today's biggest developments from around the globe.
- The worldwide death toll has hit more than 500,000, while more than 10 million confirmed cases have been confirmed
- The World Health Organization warned that the "worst is yet to come". WHO director-general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the pandemic was speeding up - rather than slowing down - and the world would need even greater stores of resilience, patience and generosity in the months ahead
- Pubs and restaurants in the UK city of Leicester may stay closed for two more weeks due to a surge in cases, its mayor has said, with 29% of the city's overall 2,987 cases were reported in the two weeks to 23 June
- The spread of infections has taken a "swift and very dangerous turn" in the US state of Texas, its governor has warned. Several southern and western US states have recorded a surge in cases after lockdown restrictions were eased
- The EU has named 14 countries whose citizens are deemed "safe" to be let in from 1 July, despite the pandemic - but the US, Brazil and China are excluded. The countries include Australia, Canada, Japan, Morocco and South Korea
- Iran reported its highest single-day death toll since its outbreak began in February, with 162 fatalities
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