Coronavirus is continuing to spread across the world with more than 32.9 million confirmed cases globally.
According to the latest tally from Johns Hopkins University (JHU), the caseload reached 32,977,556 as of Monday morning.
Besides, fatalities from coronavirus were recorded over 996,000.
The United States has the highest death toll with 204,750 fatalities followed by Brazil, India, Mexico and Britain.
Besides, the number of coronavirus infections in the US has topped seven million, according to JHU data.
The total number of confirmed cases in India, the second worst virus-hit country, is inching towards the 6-million mark.
The nearly 1 million deaths attributed to the coronavirus in nine months are far more than the 690,000 from AIDS or the 400,000 from malaria in all of 2019. They are trending just behind the 1.5 million from tuberculosis, reports AP.
A number of European countries have re-imposed lockdowns and other restrictions in their worst-affected regions, and there have been fresh appeals for people to wear face coverings and follow social distancing rules.