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World coronavirus global cases now past 2 million

From US handing a $25-billion assistance to airlines, to IMF pegging world’s economic loss at $9 trillion, Trump’s changed stance, and scramble for coffee – read these and more in today’s world digest

What began as a mysterious pneumonia-like illness in China’s Wuhan late last year has morphed itself into a global health crisis. In a grim milestone, the number of COVID-19 infections globally has gone past 2 million – more than 600,000 of them in the US alone. While the virus had taken about four months to infect the first 1 million people, it took only 12 days to double the tally to 2 million.

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