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Coronavirus has infected more than 4.2 million people and killed over 287,000, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University. Here are the latest updates on the pandemic from around the world: NORWAY

The country is opening its borders to allow people from other European countries enter if the have a residence there or have family they want to visit. MONTENEGRO Authorities in Montenegro have detained eight Serbian Orthodox Church priests after a few thousand people attended a religious procession despite a ban on gatherings.

AUSTRIA Austrian authorities said the country's border with Germany will reopen fully next month. SAUDI ARABIA

Saudi Arabia said it will go into a full lockdown during the days of celebration that follow the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan. SOUTH KOREA South Korea said it has no immediate plans to revive strict social distancing rules despite a spike in coronavirus cases linked to nightclubs in Seoul.

MEXICO Mexico's top advisory body on the coronavirus pandemic has issued guidelines that would allow for the reopening of construction, mining, and car and truck manufacturing. NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand reported no new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, the second day in a row without any and the fourth such day since early last week. PAKISTAN Pakistan has passed 2,000 new positive coronavirus cases in a single day for the first time since the outbreak earlier this year.


China has reported seven new coronavirus cases.

Six of them were in the north-eastern province of Jilin where authorities have raised alert levels and suspended rail connections to one county where a cluster of unknown origin has appeared over recent days.

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