The new coronavirus has done more than 372 000 deaths in the world, while more than 6 185 000 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed.
Don’t miss out on the latest developments of the pandemic COVID-19 in the country and in the world.
LAST BALANCE sheet | 6: 30 p.m.
- Confirmed cases: 6 193 548
- Dead: 372 479
- Confirmed cases: 90 947
- Dead: 7295
- Confirmed case: a 51 059
- Dead: 4641
IN THE UNITED STATES
- Confirmed cases: 1 790 191
- Dead: 104 383
ALL THE NEWS OF MONDAY, 1st JUNE
8: 15 pm | The French live on Monday, their last day of travel limited, on the eve of the reopening as cafés, restaurants, colleges, and schools in most parts of the country, marking the return to an “almost normal life”, according to the words of their prime minister, Édouard Philippe.
7: 13 Iran announced on Monday that almost 3,000 new infections with the novel coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the highest increase registered in the last two months in the country.
7: 10 pm | The Guggenheim museum of Bilbao, became Monday, the first major museum to reopen its doors in Spain, where the déconfinement now allows 70% of the population to enjoy the beaches and restaurants.
6: 15 pm | The Russian capital, relying on the improvement shy of its epidemiological situation, reopens Monday, its shops closed for two months, but, prudence requires, millions of Muscovites must remain confined to their homes.
5 h 24 | The british schools re-open partially on Monday, an essential step but delicate déconfinement wanted by the authorities, which is considered premature by many parents, unions, teachers, and local communities.
5: 09 am | Nearly two and a half months after their closure due to a pandemic, cinemas, theatres and entertainment venues will begin to reopen from Monday to Portugal in the framework of the continuation of the déconfinement.
5 h 04 | The prime minister of the republic of armenia Nikol Pashinian, announced on Monday to have been infected by the new coronavirus with his family, while the epidemic is worsening in this small country in the Caucasus, where the hospitals are overloaded.