The coronavirus pandemic has killed around 270,000 people worldwide and infected more than 3.8 million, according to the latest report by Johns Hopkins University.
On Friday, there were 3,847,102 infections and 269,594 fatalities in 187 countries and territories.
1.24 million people have fully recovered from the disease and the United States is leading the way with 189,910 discharged from hospital, followed by Germany with 139,900, and Spain with 126,002.
The US is still the most affected country in the world for contagion and deaths, with a daily contagion growth of more than 28,000, making a total of 1,256,972 infections and 75,670 fatalities. New York State is the epicentre of the pandemic, with 327,469 infected.
Spain has the second highest number of diagnosis with 221,447 infected and 26,070 deaths and Italy has 215,858 infected and 29,958 deaths.
The death toll in the United Kingdom increased dramatically last week after victims who died outside hospitals were added, bumping the total to 30,689 fatalities, which means the UK has the highest number of fatalities in Europe. There are also 207,970 infections in the UK.
Russia is in fifth place with 177,160 infected and 1,625 fatalities.
France is sixth with 174,918 infected and 25,990 dead, then Germany with 169,430 infected and 7,932 dead.
Brazil is next with 135,773 infected and 9,190 dead, followed by Turkey with 133,721 infected and 3,641 dead and Iran has 103,135 infections and 6,486 deaths.
China is in eleventh place, with 83,976 cases and 4,637 dead, followed by Canada with 66,201 infected and 4,541 deaths, then Peru with 58,526 infected and 1,627 deaths.
India has a total of 56,409 infections and 1,890 fatalities, ahead of Belgium, with 51,420 infected and 8,415 deaths.
The Netherlands has more than 40,000 infected, Saudi Arabia, Ecuador and Switzerland have over 30,000 infected and Mexico, Portugal, Pakistan, Sweden, Chile, Ireland, Singapore and Belarus have more than 20,000 infected.
Qatar, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Austria, Japan, Poland, Romania, Ukraine, Indonesia, Bangladesh, South Korea, the Philippines and Denmark have more than 10,000 infected and Serbia, Colombia and the Dominican Republic have more than 9,000 infected, while South Africa, Norway and the Czech Republic have over 8,000 infected, and Egypt and Panama have more than 7,000 infected.