1. More than 4 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 around the world - 270,000 people died.
More than 4 million people have been confirmed to be infected with the new coronavirus (COVID-19) worldwide.
According to World Ometer, an international statistics website, as of 8 a.m. on the 9th (GMT standard time), the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world stood at 4,027,110 and the death toll stood at 276,386.
The number of people who recovered from COVID-19 came to 1,393,423.
By country, the United States, the biggest victim, has 1,322,163 confirmed cases and 78,616 confirmed deaths.
The number of confirmed cases was 261,117 in Spain (26,299 deaths), 217,185 in Italy (31,201 deaths), 211,364 in Britain (31,241 deaths), and 198,676 in Russia (18,27 deaths).
2. U.S. Vice President Spokesperson and Ivanka Secretary COVID-19 Confirmed - White House Emergency
The White House was in a state of panic when a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) was infected with the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) on the 8th (local time), following a dispatch soldier who "closely assists" U.S. President Donald Trump.
Moreover, the confirmed confirmed person is the wife of Stephen Miller, 34, a senior White House aide to President Trump's hawkish key aide who is the architect of the Trump administration's anti-immigration policy, raising the possibility of further spread within the White House West Wing.
Concerns over the risk of exposure to COVID-19 by U.S. power workers and migrants are rising again in line with the recent situation in which President Trump and Vice President Pence have slowly resumed their external moves and expanded contact with outsiders.
A staff member on the vice president's team was tested positive for COVID-19, White House spokesman Kaylie McCannani said in a day briefing.
In a meeting with Republican congressmen at the White House in the afternoon, Trump went on to say, "Katty is a very nice young woman. She had been doing nothing wrong with her checkup, but suddenly she was tested positive today," she said.
Vice President of Pence's office, Katie Miller (28), mentioned by President Trump, is a senior aide to Miller and a "White House couple," and the two announced their wedding in February.
After the meeting, President Trump met with reporters and said, "I had no contact with Katie Miller, and I was with Vice President Pence for some time," and "I understand that Vice President Pence was examined accordingly, but it came out by voice."
He added, "We have taken all necessary precautions."
Miller is also known to have frequently attended the COVID-19 Task Force meeting led by Pence.