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COVID-19 infection cross 57.2 million infections globally as deaths cross more than 1.34 million. Here is the ASEAN status as of Friday 7am, November 20, 2020

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The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 213 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances.

Coronavirus Cases globally: 57,192,229: Deaths: 1,364,494: Recovered: 39,686,197.

Here we provide updated information on cases in Asean, comprising new cases, total cases, new deaths and total deaths.

Cambodia has +0 new case with the tally now at 304 and 13 active cases. It is working very hard to keep the virus at bay, emphasising and re emphasising on self-hygiene and social distancing but the fear factor and rumors are taking its toll. 


Brunei had +0 new cases, has a total of 148 with 3 deaths.


There has been +0 new positive case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Cambodia. The tally is at 304. No deaths. Total recovered at 291.


The country reported +4,798 new infections, taking the totals to 483,518 infections with +97 new deaths, bringing total to 15,600 deaths.


+1 new case recorded, total at 25. No deaths.


The country reported +1,290 new cases, taking the total to 51,680, with +4 new deaths, total deaths at 326.


Myanmar reported +1,560 new cases, taking total to 74,882 and +26 new deaths, total is at 1,676 deaths.


The Philippines recorded +1,337 new cases, bringing the total to 413,430 with +41 new deaths, bringing total 7,998 deaths new cases


Reported +4 new cases, taking the total to 58,139 and 28 deaths.


Reported +8 new cases, total at 3,888, 0 new death, total deaths stands at 60.


Vietnam’s Ministry of Health had +4 new cases and a total of 1,304 cases, no new death, total remains at 35.

Source: world meters

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