CHINA ORDERS QUARANTINE OF MYANMAR BORDER CITY

Cumulative global cases have reached 128,255,068, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. The worldwide death toll has hit 2,804,877.

The Chinese city of Ruili bordering Myanmar orders a one-week home quarantine for residents due to new locally transmitted cases. The city also ordered mass testing and will crackdown on illegal border crossings, according to a statement from the city government.

China reports 11 cases for March 30, up from eight a day earlier. Six of the new cases were local infections in Yunnan Province, the most since six cases were reported on Feb. 5.