The number of coronavirus cases worldwide rose to a record high on Sunday, with 183,020 reported in 24 hours, according to the World Health Organization.
The highest number of victims reported yesterday came from North and South America, with more than 116,000 new victims.
According to the World Health Organization, more than 8.9 million people worldwide have been infected with Corona so far, while the death toll has exceeded 468,000.
Earlier, the highest number of victims was reported on June 18 at 181,232.
537 new cases of coronavirus in Germany, three more deaths
In the last 24 hours, 537 more cases of coronavirus have been reported in Germany.
The number of confirmed cases in Germany has risen to 190,359, according to figures from the Robert Koch Institute for Infectious Diseases (RKI) on Monday.
There have been three more deaths from the coronavirus in Germany, bringing the total death toll to 8,885.
Coronavirus: 4471 new victims, 89 deaths in Pakistan in the last 24 hours
In the last 24 hours, 4471 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Pakistan, while 89 more deaths have been reported from this global pandemic.
Thus, the total number of victims of Code 19 in the country is 181,088 and the total number of deaths is 3590.
According to the National Command and Operations Center, the highest number of 1435 deaths occurred in Punjab province while the highest number of 69,628 victims was in Sindh province.
So far, 71,458 people have recovered from Corona in the country.
The death toll from the coronavirus in Brazil has exceeded 50,000
After the United States, Brazil has become the second most infected country in the world with the coronavirus, with more than 50,000 deaths.
On Friday, more than 1 million Covide 19 victims were confirmed in the country.
Experts warn that the epidemic in Brazil is still weeks away.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the highest number of daily infections has been reported in the last 24 hours, with most new infections coming from the United States.
According to the agency, 183,000 new victims were reported in the last 24 hours, with more than 60 percent coming from North and South America.