Weekly update, stagnation (good)
Sadly some macabre milestones were reached as well, over 2 million total reported deaths, Europe now over 600K, USA over 400K and close to 100K more deaths in a single week.
Last week a total of 4.95 million new cases were reported (slightly down from 4.98 million) to a total of 94,284,069
Also a record 95,718 more deaths were reported (up from 86,430) to a total of 2,016,632
Europe and USA are pretty much doing the same, growth slowed, USA down a bit, hopefully peaks reached.
North America reported 1.85 million new cases (down from 2.02 million) and 32,521 more deaths (up from 28,763)
Europe reported 1.63 million new cases (slightly down from 1.65 million) and 37,220 more deaths (up from 34,230)
South America reported 665K new cases (up from 551K) and 11,590 more deaths (up from 10,174)
Asia reported 577K new cases (slightly up from 558K) and 8,192 more deaths (up from 7,920)
Africa reported 222K new cases (up from 201K) and 6,191 more deaths (up from 5,335)
Oceania reported 571 new cases and 4 deaths
Corners of the world
USA reported 1.65 million new cases (down from 1.84 million) and 23,707 more deaths (up from 21,704)
Brazil reported 378K new cases (up from 315K) and 6,749 more deaths (up from 6,101)
India reported 111K new cases (down from 129K) and 1,295 more deaths (down from 1,630)
South Africa reported 119K new cases (slightly up from 119K) and 4,042 more deaths (up from 3,538)
Canada reported 51.4K new cases (down from 61.7K) and 1,022 deaths (1,101 last week)
Iran reported 43.8K new cases (up from 43.1K) and 603 deaths (681 last week)
Japan reported 43.9K new cases (up from 30.9K) and 458 deaths (397 last week)
South Korea reported 3.88K new cases (down from 5.59K) and 136 deaths (164 last week)
Australia reported 94 new cases, no deaths
China locked down another city and is counting the damage
Europe in detail
We could have finally reached the actual 2nd peak, or it just appears so due to inflated post holiday numbers last week.
One to look out for is Spain, suddenly posting very high numbers (yet they keep adjusting them into the past like Sweden, hence not up to date) Today Spain posted just over 40K cases, in 4th after USA, Brazil and UK.