The true death toll and number of cases is believed to be higher, due to differing testing rates and cause of death definitions, delays in reporting and suspected underreporting.
Global coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases have exceeded 10 million on Sunday, according to a running tally by US-based Johns Hopkins University.
Europe remains the hardest hit continent with 2,637,546 cases including 195,975 fatalities, while the United States has 2,510,323 infections including 125,539 deaths.
The overall infections have surpassed 10 million-mark, with the U.S. having 2.5 million cases alone.
In Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis conceded there had been an "explosion" in new cases as the state notched a record 9,585 cases in 24 hours. The United States accounts for about a quarter of all deaths.
Germany renewed a lockdown in the western region of Guetersloh, which has a population of around 500,000 people, after some 1,300 slaughterhouse workers tested positive.
Britain's government is pledging to support local officials in the central English city of Leicester amid reports that a spike in COVID-19 cases could prompt authorities to lock the city down. Health authorities warned they expect numbers to get worse in coming days and are considering further lockdowns.
More than 10.1 million people have been diagnosed with the disease.
The pandemic has now entered a new phase, with India and Brazil battling outbreaks of over 10,000 cases a day, putting a major strain on resources.
The hardest-hit parts of the USA are in the south and west, where many state leaders had pushed for early economic reopenings.
Russian Federation on Sunday recorded 6,791 new coronavirus cases, bringing its confirmed infections to over 634,000, the third-highest number in the world.
In Latin America and the Caribbean the virus is spreading the most rapidly.