Global coronavirus cases surged past 25 million on Sunday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
The coronavirus has killed more than 842,000 people worldwide since it emerged from China. The U.S., Mexico and Brazil represent more than 40% of the global death toll, according to Hopkins.
India’s daily new case numbers have surpassed those of the United States and Brazil, the two countries worst hit by the pandemic.
The US reported an average of 42,000 new infections a day over the last week. New cases in the U.S. peaked at 67,317 daily cases on July 22.