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Greece has reported a record daily rise of 35 coronavirus deaths, along with 1914 new cases of the virus. 34 deaths were announced on Saturday.
It brings the country’s toll to 734, while the total number of confirmed cases stands at 56,698.
The Associated Press bureau chief for southeast Europe has this breakdown of the cases:
Of #Greece‘s 1914 #coronavirus cases:
42 from abroad, Evros
18 Achaia, Trikala
17 Karditsa, Kozani
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported a further 93,811 coronavirus cases on Sunday, bringing the total to 9,808,411.
It said the number of deaths had risen by 1,072 to 236,547.
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