Epidemiologists in South Korea have said children with the virus are more likely to be asymptomatic.(AP: Lee Jin-man)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelSouth Korean epidemiologists have found that people are more likely to contract coronavirus from members of their own household than elsewhere.Meanwhile Iran has recorded its highest single-day death toll.This story was last updated at 12:45am on Wednesday.Wednesday's key moments:Iran reports record number of deaths in one daySerbian doctors demand investigation into government-appointed coronavirus teamMore than 37,000 new cases in IndiaIsrael will keep restaurants open Study finds contracting virus is more likely at homeSouth Korean epidemiologists have found that people are more likely to contract coronavirus from members of their own households, rather than from contacts outside the home.A study published in the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looked in detail at 5,706 index patients who had tested positive for and more than 59,000 people who came into contact with them.Coronavirus latest: Follow all the latest information in our COVID-19 live blog.The findings showed just two out of 100 infected people had caught the virus from non-household contacts, while one in 10 had contracted the disease from their own families.By age group, the infection rate within the household was higher when the first confirmed cases were teenagers or people in their 60s and 70s."This is probably because these age groups are more likely to be in close contact with family members as the group is in more need of protection or support," Jeong Eun-kyeong, director of the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and one of the authors of the study, told a briefing. Children with COVID-19 were also more likely to be asymptomatic than adults, which made it harder to identify index cases within that group.Iran reports record number of daily deathsIran's health ministry has announced the country has recorded their highest number of deaths in a day.The ministry reported on Tuesday (local time), that 229 people had died in the previous 24 hours. The previous record was set on July 9, when 221 people were reported dead. Hospitals in Iran face acute shortages of medical personnel and beds as the country tackles a powerful second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, a senior official with Tehran's anti-coronavirus task force, Reza Jalili-Khoshnood, said last week.His comments contrasted with President Hassan Rouhani's regular assurances that Iran has sufficient supplies of medical personnel and facilities.'Catastrophic' situation in Serbia, say doctorsAround 350 Serbian doctors are demanding the resignation of a government-appointed team fighting the coronavirus spread, describing the health situation in the Balkan state as "catastrophic".In an open letter entitled United Against Covid, the doctors said it is their moral and professional obligation to demand an independent investigation into the work of the government-appointed team.The probe would include a possible cover-up in the real number of coronavirus cases and deaths that have been declared by the team and possible political influence on its decisions ahead of an election.The letter says that a complete lifting of anti-coronaviorus measures weeks ahead of the June 21 parliamentary election, when mass gatherings without social distancing were allowed, led to the "loss of control over epidemic situation" in the country.Members of the government-appointed team have denied these claims. More than 37,000 new cases in India India's top medical research body is urging states to add more labs for testing.(AP: Rafiq Maqbool)A surge of 37,140 new cases in the past 24 hours has taken India's number of coronavirus infections to 1,155,191.The Health Ministry on Tuesday also reported 587 deaths in the past 24 hours, taking total fatalities to 28,082. India's top medical research body, the Indian Council for Medical Research, has asked states to add more labs and increase testing capacity of the approved labs. Experts say India is likely to witness a series of peaks as the virus spreads in rural areas where the healthcare system is weak.Israel will keep restaurants open Israeli restaurants will be allowed to open despite the spread of coronavirus throughout the country.(AP: Oded Balilty)An Israeli parliamentary committee has overturned a Government decision which would have kept restaurants shut. The overturned decision allows restaurants to remain open despite new restrictive measures to try and quell the spread of the coronavirus.The coronavirus oversight committee voted to keep restaurants open as long as they maintain proper guidelines and appropriate social distancing between patrons. It marked the continuing of a back-and-forth battle after the Government ordered restaurants closed just a few days earlier and then postponed implementation after public pressure.The Government announced its restrictions after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said "interim steps" were needed to avoid another general lockdown. ABC/WiresWhat you need to know about coronavirus:The symptomsThe number of cases in AustraliaGlobal cases, deaths and testing rates
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