Over 1.4 million people worldwide have tested positive for the coronavirus and more than 88,000 have died, according to Johns Hopkins University. Italy has the highest death toll, with over 17,000 deaths.
• The U.S. remains the epicenter of the pandemic, with over 430,000 case. More than 14,000 people have died, and multiple cities are reporting that the virus is disproportionally killing black Americans.
The number of confirmed coronavirus infections in Germany rose by 4,974 in the past 24 hours to 108,202 on Thursday, climbing for the third straight day after four previous days of drops, data from the Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases showed. The reported death toll rose by 246 to 2,107.