COVID-19 death toll passes 10,000 globally
The global COVID-19 death toll has passed the 10,000 mark on Friday.
The cases of infection around the world have risen to more than 245,000 with over 88,000 recoveries.
Italy has recorded over 3,400 deaths while China has recorded around 3,200.
In South Africa, there are 150 confirmed cases with 0 deaths.
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