China reported no new coronavirus cases while Latin America becomes a new hotspot

China reported no new coronavirus cases for the first time since authorities began tracking the pandemic. Despite the milestone in the country that was previously the epicenter for the virus, surges were recorded in India and across Latin America as countries weighed easing lockdown measures. Latin America is the latest epicenter of the virus, and experts have pointed to factors like millions holding informal jobs and many police forces are weak or corrupt and unable to enforce restrictions.The US remains as the hardest-hit country, with more than 96,000 deaths among 1.6 million confirmed cases, followed by Russia and Brazil, according to Johns Hopkins data.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. BERLIN (AP) — New coronavirus cases in China fell to zero on Saturday for the first time but surged in India and
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