Still no end in sight, cases are rising again
In total 2.74 million new cases were reported last week (up from 2.52 million) to a total of 113,976,097 cases reported worldwide.
Also another 65,855 deaths were reported (down from 70,082) to a total of 2,743,341 casualties.
Europe is on the rise again, deaths still declining for now. The USA is rising as well, more slowly but reported deaths also went slightly up.
Europe reported 982K new cases (up from 893K) and 22,295 more deaths (down from 25,668)
North America reported 633K new cases (up from 605K) and 21,857 more deaths (down from 23,232)
South America reported 555K new cases (up from 487K) and 12,506 more deaths (slightly up from 12,399)
Asia reported 499K new cases (up from 454K) and 6,738 more deaths (up from 5,878)
Africa reported 73.1K new cases (down from 80.9K) and 2,455 more deaths (down from 2,901)
Oceania reported 381 new cases and 4 deaths
Corners of the world
USA reported 533K new cases (up from 497K) and 15,336 more deaths (slightly up from 15,225)
Brazil reported 376K new cases (up from 316K) and 8,033 more deaths (up from 7,354)
India reported 102K new cases (up from 84.2K) and 730 deaths (652 last week)
Iran reported 57.0K new cases (up from 54.4K) and 558 deaths (532 last week)
Canada reported 20.9K new cases (slightly up from 20.3K) and 339 deaths (414 last week)
South Africa reported 10.1K new cases (down from 13.0K) and 925 deaths (1,189 last week)
Japan reported 7,505 new cases (down from 10,216) and 448 deaths (500 last week)
South Korea reported 2,778 new cases (down from 3,291) and 35 deaths (43 last week)
Australia reported 40 new cases, no deaths
Europe in detail
UK and Ireland seem to have adjusted to the UK strain, not rising (yet). The rest of Europe is feeling the higher infection rate.
India is concerning, more virulent strains can turn all the progress made around pretty fast. Same as in Brazil.