The global Covid caseload rose to 122,424, 126 and fatalities 2,703, 069 on Saturday, according to Johns Hopkins University tally.
The US has logged 29,730,639 cases and 541,145 fatalities as of Saturday, according to JHU data.
Deaths per day in the US have plunged to an average of just under 1,300, down from a high of about 3,400 two months ago. New cases are running at about 55,000 per day on an average after peaking at more than a quarter-million daily in early January, reports AP.
Brazil has registered 11,871,390 Covid-19 cases and 290,314 deaths till Saturday.
The South American country has the world's second-highest Covid-19 death toll and caseload, only next to the US. Brazil is one of the countries hardest-hit by the pandemic, experiencing another wave of infections.
According to official data, the death toll in India mounted to 159,558 while the total caseload stood at 11,555,284 on Saturday morning.