The new coronavirus has so far infected more than 17.85 million people and claimed the lives of over 685,000 others around the world, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has, for a second day in a row, reported a record increase of almost 260,000 new coronavirus cases worldwide.
Global coronavirus cases have topped 11.8 million, and the death toll has surpassed 544,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.
The number of people infected with the new coronavirus has now surpassed 10.4 million around the world, while more than 511,000 people have so far lost their lives due to the infection, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
The number of coronavirus infections worldwide has surpassed the 10.3 million mark, and 505,518 related deaths have occurred, according to the latest data tracked by John Hopkins University’s COVID-19 resource center.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned about a "significant resurgence" of cases of the new coronavirus in nearly a dozen European nations, saying the risk of another outbreak has now become a “reality.”
The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported the largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases, since the pandemic started around the globe early this year.
Global cases of infection with the new coronavirus have reached nearly 8.2 million, and the death toll has crossed the 443,000 mark.
The total coronavirus infections worldwide now number at 7,136,366, and the toll of related deaths has reached 406,902.
The number of confirmed coronavirus infections worldwide now stands at 5,495,061, with 346,232 cases having resulted in loss of life, according to the latest figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University.