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Also, the Recovery trial announces that a review showed no COVID benefit for a well-known HIV treatment.
The Americas and South Asia continue to be the hot spots, but cases in Europe rise for the first time in months.
EU officials might exclude travelers from the US and other nations, such as Russia and Brazil, that are having difficulty containing COVID-19 cases.
"We call on all countries and all people to exercise extreme vigilance."
Also, the US Supreme Court turns down a California church's request to ease the state's restrictions.
Another study of hydroxychloroquine was paused to look for safety signals, with some nations banning its use.
Experts say activity isn't under control in 24 states.
In other international developments, case surges stretch health systems in Russia and Brazil, and France reports illnesses associated with recent school reopenings.
Brazil is poised to become the next pandemic epicenter, with almost 10,000 new cases reported today.
Continued spread in Africa could prolong the outbreak and overwhelm hospitals.
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