Globally, the total confirmed cases of Covid-19 have reached over 24,203,000 with over 826,400 deaths and 15,825,921 recoveries.
Among the top ten most affected countries, Brazil, Peru, and Colombia are reporting new daily confirmed cases at rate of more than 200 new cases per million population.
The rate for India and the US is about 50 new cases and 130 new cases per million population, respectively.
Spain is the most affected country in Europe.
However, the number of new daily deaths is significantly lower when compared to the first wave.
The UK is considering adding a few more countries to the quarantine list such as the Czech Republic.
Despite the increasing number of new confirmed cases over the past month, the Czech Republic has not placed restrictions like it did during the first wave.
This might be because of public opposition against such restriction levels.
Bahram Hassanpourfard, MPH, Epidemiologist at GlobalData