COVID-19 continues its irresistible global spread ahead of the unsafe influenza season, with daily confirmed cases surging to a world record of 307,930 cases reported Sunday.
India leads the world in new cases reported each day and set a global record last week with 97,570 cases reported in a single day, according to a Reuters tally.
The region of North and South America reports the highest number of infections - 14,699,174, including 1,32,464 new coronavirus cases reported in the past 24 hours.
The biggest increases in infections were reported in three countries, with 94,372 in India, 45,523 in the United States and 43,718 in Brazil.
India has the 2nd biggest variety of verified cases in the world, behind the United States.
The US has recorded nearly a quarter of the world's total number of coronavirus cases - more than six million.
A RECORD rise in global coronavirus cases has been recorded, with 307,930 diagnosed on Sunday. It can be seen that these cases have increased by around 84 percent compared to July. As many as 2,25,494 coronavirus patients have died in Europe.
The WHO also warned that other countries in Europe could soon see a rise in COVID-19 deaths as cases continue to surge there as well.
Countries across Europe are recording a rising number of daily cases amid fears of a resurgence of the virus.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, watching cases rise, echoed the World Health Organization chief's words exactly and called for vigilance.
Countries have begun to make a second wave warning one after another.
He also urged countries to take lessons from the current pandemic in order to be better prepared to tackle any future health crises. The government has made a new quarantine decision to start on September 18 to prevent the increase. Authorities think that this will slow the pace of the epidemic. However, very interestingly, even such a simple measure can not be applied both in our country and in other countries.