The numbers: As of midnight in Geneva, the World Health Organization has recorded 173,344 coronavirus cases and 7,019 deaths globally.
A separate tally from the Johns Hopkins University, which is tracking cases reported by the WHO and additional sources, puts the number of cases at over 182,400 with at least 7,100 deaths. Over 79,000 patients have recovered around the world, according to Johns Hopkins.
The number of coronavirus deaths outside China have now surpassed the number of deaths inside.
Global lockdowns: Parts of China, Italy, Spain, the Philippines, and Lebanon have put their citizens under partial or total lockdown. France has issued restrictive measures that require all vehicle and pedestrian movements to be justified and Malaysia will impose a nationwide movement control order that bars citizens from traveling abroad, while foreign tourists and visitors will be restricted from entering the country.
Restrictions on daily life: Countries all over the world have closed borders, expanding restrictions on travel and daily life, issued bans on public gatherings and told citizens to work from home or not to leave the house.
Situation in the US: Cases have surpassed 4,400 and at least 87 people have died. The White House recommends people avoid gatherings of more than 10 people, and a growing number of US states and cities have announced widespread mandatory closures as part of attempts to curb the spread of the virus. Top US health care officials have warned the country doesn't have enough stockpiled medical equipment like masks and gloves to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said that the state's health director will order presidential primary polls closed Tuesday "as a health emergency."
Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said today that he "secured support" from G7 leaders to hold the Games in their "complete form,” which would provide "proof that the world has contained coronavirus." Japan has faced calls to cancel the Olympics for weeks.
Hong Kong uses electronic wristbands: The government announced new travel restrictions requiring all arrivals from foreign countries to undergo a 14-day quarantine. The wristbands, and an accompanying smartphone app, will alert officials if travelers violate the quarantine.