A couple with face masks visits the Santa Monica Pier, which reopened on June 25 after more than three months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic on June 26, 2020 in Santa Monica, California.
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Worldwide confirmed coronavirus infections exceeded 16.05 million on Sunday, of which about a quarter – 4,178,730 – in the United States, according to Johns Hopkins University. The global total Sunday afternoon GMT was 16,055,909 confirmed cases of the virus and 644,661 deaths.
In the United States, records of deaths and deaths continued to rise in several states. As of Saturday, more than 1,000 coronavirus deaths per day were recorded on four consecutive days. A total of 146,463 people died from the virus in the United States.
Brazil follows with 2,394,513 confirmed cases, India with 1,385,635 and Russia with 811,073. Brazil has the highest number of deaths after the USA with 86,449, followed by Great Britain with 45,823, Mexico with 42,645 and Italy with 35,102. There were 32,060 coronavirus-related deaths in India and 30,195 in France.
In the United States, the state of New York remains the most severely affected by virus deaths at 32,608. However, cases are increasing in a number of southern and western states – Florida's case number exceeded that of New York with 414,511, while California leads the country with 440,000 cases. New York is now in third place.