More and more often we listen to news about NEAs close approache to Earth: that should not be, in general, any worry as the increase of NEAs search programs will generate more and more discoveries of ojects of any size.
We will publish periodically the list of NEAs of any size approaching Earth at less than 10 lunar distances (some 3.85 million km) forecasted for the next 60 days.
At the moment, no object with a probability larger than the background probability is predicted (that is, the probability of having an unobserved object on a collision route with Earth) in the next 100 years.
Just one object worth mentioning: 2016 DV1, which may approaching up to 0.42 d_EM.
Source: CNEOS (JPL)