The number of reported cases of COVID-19 coronavirus infection worldwide reached 307,141,630 as of Monday morning, data from the U.S. Johns Hopkins University show.
Since the virus began spreading globally, 5,488,597 people have died after being infected with COVID-19.
Countries with more than 20 million cases of COVID-19 infection still include the United States, India and Brazil.
The United States retains the lead in the number of infections and deaths, with 60,072,321 COVID-19 infections detected. The number of deaths was 837,594.
India has the second highest number of infections, with 35,707,727 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 483,936 deaths from the effects of the virus in the country.
Third place in the number of cases of COVID-19 is Brazil, where 22,529,183 people were infected and 620,251 of them died.
According to the Worldometer portal, which specializes in statistics on major world events, the mortality rate per million inhabitants was 706.4 on Monday morning. The U.S. had 2,573 deaths per million inhabitants, India had 346 and Brazil had 2,886.