In excess of 136,000 individuals tried positive for the coronavirus over the globe on Sunday, another peak that has authorities at the World Health Organization (WHO) cautioning that the most exceedingly terrible of the pandemic is still ahead.

Addressing journalists in Geneva on Monday, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the quantity of affirmed cases is rising quickly in South America and South Asia, which represented seventy five percent of Sunday’s new cases.

African countries are revealing higher paces of disease, and Eastern Europe and Central Asia are turning out to be zones of concern.

“Despite the fact that the circumstance in Europe is improving, internationally, it’s compounding,” Tedros said. “The vast majority all inclusive are as yet vulnerable to disease.”

All inclusive, more than 6.9 million individuals have tried positive for the infection, and at any rate 401,000 have passed on, a number that is more likely than not an undercount. The quantity of new cases all inclusive has ascended by more than 100,000 on nine of the last 10 days.Brazil revealed all the more new cases on Sunday, 27,000, than any nation on the planet, trailed by 22,000 new cases in the United States.

In excess of 900 individuals in Brazil kicked the bucket of COVID-19, the infection brought about by the novel coronavirus, on Sunday; the United States announced 712 passings, as indicated by information from the European Centers for Disease Control (ECDC). India, a region of developing worry for general wellbeing specialists, detailed barely short of 10,000 new cases.

Russia, Chile, Peru, Pakistan, Mexico and Saudi Arabia all detailed enormous spikes in new cases, the ECDC announced.

“This is a long way from being done,” said Maria Van Kerkhove, the senior American driving the WHO’s specialized coronavirus group.

WHO specialists have called for nations to keep rehearsing watchfulness, regardless of whether case includes start slanting a positive way.

“We’re supported that few nations around the globe are seeing positive signs,” Tedros said. “In these nations, the greatest danger presently is lack of concern.”

Altered by NZ Fiji Times

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