More than 147,736,620 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed since the onset of the epidemic.
These figures exclude corrections from statistics agencies such as Russia, Spain and the United Kingdom until 10:00 am (11:00 am in Lisbon) based on daily reports from health officials in each country.
As of Monday, there were 10,840 new deaths and 715,609 new cases worldwide.
The countries with the highest number of new deaths in their recent study were India, Brazil (1,139) and Iran (496) with 2,771 new deaths.
The United States is the most affected country in terms of deaths and cases, with 572,674 deaths out of 32,125,098 cases, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University.
After the United States, the worst affected countries are Brazil with 391,936 deaths and 14,369,423 cases, Mexico 215,113 deaths (2,329,534 cases), India 197,894 deaths (17,636,307 cases) and the United Kingdom 127,434 deaths (4,406,946 cases).
Among the most affected countries, Hungary has the highest number of deaths per 100,000 population, followed by 277 deaths per 100,000 population, followed by the Czech Republic (272), Bosnia (255), Montenegro (233) and Bulgaria (229).
Europe today total, 10:00 TMG (11:00 in Lisbon), 1,054,716 deaths for 49,644,602 cases, Latin America and the Caribbean 899,230 deaths (28,234,830 cases), USA and Canada 596,672 deaths (33,308,774 cases), Asia 322,35.
Since the onset of the infection, the number of tests performed has increased significantly and screening and screening techniques have improved, leading to an increase in the number of reported infections.
However, the number of cases detected represents only a fraction of the actual total number of infections, with a significant proportion of less severe or asymptomatic cases not yet diagnosed.
The assessment was based on data collected by AFP offices from competent national officials and World Health Organization (WHO) data.