REPORT: Italy reports shocking number of new coronavirus cases, deaths, in just one day

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Italian authorities reported 683 new deaths related to the coronavirus outbreak on Wednesday and a total of 5,210 new cases, a short drop from Tuesday’s spike in deaths but higher than several previous days’ totals.

The country’s Civil Protection Agency now lists the total number of confirmed coronavirus infections at 74,386, with 1,000 Italians reporting that they had recovered from the disease since yesterday according to the Johns Hopkins tracking map.

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Reuters reported Wednesday that Angelo Borrelli, head of the Civil Protection Agency, has reported fever symptoms and is himself awaiting test results for a possible coronavirus infection. He was absent from a daily news conference on Wednesday, according to the news service.

As of Wednesday early afternoon, there are 458,662 confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide, and 20,799 deaths.

Italy is rated second in the world for number of cases of the disease, but first in the world for number of deaths. A total of 74,386 cases have been reported in Italy, 7,503 deaths, and 9,362 people recovered.

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