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Good morning and welcome to The Independents rolling coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.Here are the latest updates from across the globe:
– The Royal College of GPs (RCGP) is calling on health secretary Matt Hancock to set out a clear plan for coronavirus testing, having described the current approach as a free-for-all. RCGP chairman Professor Martin Marshall said GPs need to know which groups they should be prioritising, what was the role of the new antibody test and how often they should be testing people. What we have got at the moment is a bit of a free-for-all so we are looking for a targeted plan, he told the BBC. 
– Mexico is moving towards a gradual reactivation of its economy on Monday despite the fact the number of new coronavirus infections continues to grow every day. There were 2,437 new coronavirus test confirmations in the country on Friday, the highest daily total yet and the second day in a row with more than 2,000 new cases. 
– Cambodia’s last patient with the new coronavirus has recovered and left hospital, leaving the Southeast Asian country with zero cases, the health ministry said on Saturday, while urging continued vigilance. No easing of restrictions related to the virus – including school closures and border entry checks and quarantines – were included in the Ministry of Health statement.
– India’s corornavirus caseload rose to 85,940 on Saturday, taking it past China, though a strict lockdown enforced since late March has reduced the rate of contagion. State leaders, businesses and working class Indians have called on prime minister Narendra Modi to reopen the battered economy, but the government is expected to extend the lockdown, which would otherwise expire on Sunday, though with fewer restrictions.
– South Korean officials say they have so far confirmed 162 coronavirus cases linked to club goers in the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area, but also expressed cautious hope that infections are beginning to wane. Health ministry official Son Young-rae on Saturday said the country may have ducked a major surge in transmissions in a region where half of its 51 million people live, pointing out that the daily increase in infections have been within 30 over the past days despite a jump in tests.
– Democrats pushed a massive three trillion dollar (£2.48 trillion) coronavirus relief bill through the US House of Representatives on Friday, an election-year measure designed to fortify a US economy in freefall and a health care system struggling to contain the pandemic crisis.
– The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 620 to 173,772, data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases showed on Saturday. The reported death toll rose by 57 to 7,881, the tally showed.
– Donald Trump has announced a warp-speed drive to create a coronavirus vaccine by the end of the year, despite expert warnings that a breakthrough could take longer than 18 months. Speaking on Friday, the US president also urged schools to reopen in the autumn and insisted: Vaccine or no vaccine, were back.