While the pandemic is slowing in parts of Europe and Asia, it is still very much growing globally.
Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus revealed the numbers at the WHO regular briefing. Two-thirds of those cases came from just four countries, he said.
The global tally of cases is nearing five million, with more than 324,000 deaths, according to figures collected by Johns Hopkins university.
The US currently has the most cases, with 1.5m, followed by Russia, Brazil and the UK.
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