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Worldwide, the number of confirmed infections stood at more than 3.2 million, with some 230,000 deaths and more than 1 million recoveries.
Cases of infections of the deadly coronavirus surpassed 3.2 million worldwide on Friday as COVID-19 spreads across Europe, North America and South Asia.
COVID-19 has now infected 3,257,520 people worldwide and 233,405 people have been killed due to this pandemic.
Around 1,014,809 people of that tally have recovered.
A few days ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) had claimed how lifting lockdowns too early could lead to a second wave and would be a catastrophe.
The epicentre of the pandemic has shifted twice, first from China to Europe, and then from Europe to North America.
Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University have reported in its map that the United States has taken the grim title of the country with the most coronavirus infections and reported a record surge in unemployment.
As the pandemic spreads in the US, the country's economy is likely to face its worst crisis since the Great Depression.
Millions of US citizens have lost their jobs and consumer spending has seen its biggest decline in 40 years.
Meanwhile, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said he tested positive for coronavirus and will self-isolate to protect other cabinet members, promising to be in constant contact "on all the main issues."