Coronavirus update: The latest COVID-19 news for Saturday 11 April | ABC News

More than 100,000 people have died around the world from COVID-19. According to Johns Hopkins University, Italy has the highest number of fatalities, before the United States and Spain. More than 1.6 million cases have been recorded globally. In this update: 0:01 - More than 100,000 people have died around the world from COVID-19 0:28 - The coronavirus death toll in the United States continues to rise. 1:35 - The UK has recorded its highest daily number of coronavirus deaths. 4:35 - UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's condition improves after going into ICU a few days ago. 7:02 - The head of the World Health Organisation warns the coronavirus could have a deadly resurgence if country lift social distancing restrictions too early. 8:05 - South Korea says 91 people thought to have recovered from coronavirus have tested positive again. 8:33 - Uruguay's government says it will repatriate 112 Australians and New Zealanders from a cruise ship stranded near the capital. 9:02 - Australia has recorded 6,215 confirmed cases of coronavirus, an increase of 106 cases in the past 24 hours. 9:55 - Queensland introduces further restrictions to tighten existing state border controls. 10:28 - NSW Arts Minister Don Harwin has resigned from Cabinet after breaching public health orders. 11:04 - Overseas travellers begin to head home after spending 14 days in forced hotel quarantine. Read more here: For more from ABC News, click here: You can watch more ABC News content on iview: Subscribe to us on YouTube: Go deeper on our ABC News In-depth channel: You can also like us on Facebook: Or follow us on Instagram: Or even on Twitter:

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