Around the World Today:
Bolivian President Jeanine Áñez tested positive.
China reported 9 new cases, all of which were imported, raising the total number of cases to 84,910. No further deaths were reported, leaving the death toll at 4,641. 74 people remain hospitalized.
Germany reported 442 new cases and 12 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 197,783 and 9,048 respectively, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute.
Hong Kong reported 42 new cases, 34 of which were confirmed to be domestically transmitted, raising the total number of cases thus far to 1,366. No further deaths were reported, leaving the death toll at 7.
India reported a daily record of 24,879 newly confirmed cases, raising the total to 767,296 cases. A further 487 deaths were also recorded, bringing the total death toll to 21,129.
Indonesia reported 2,657 new cases and 58 new deaths, bringing the totals to 70,736 and 3,417 respectively.
Japan reported 224 new cases in the capital Tokyo, the largest daily increase so far.
Malaysia has reported six new cases, bringing the total number to 8,683. 13 cases have been discharged, bringing the total number of recovered to 8,499. There are 63 active cases, with two in intensive care and one on ventilator support. The death toll remains at 121.
Mexico reported 7,280 new cases, the highest daily total so far, and 730 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 282,283 and 33,526 respectively.
New Zealand has reported three new cases, bringing the number of active cases to 24 and the total number to 1,540 (1,190 confirmed 350 probable). There were two reported new recoveries, bringing the total number of recovered to 1,494. The death toll remains at 22.
Nigeria reported 460 new cases, taking the country's total above 30,000 to 30,249. The total death toll was reported to be at 684.
Qatar reported 557 new cases and 4 new deaths, bringing the totals to 102,110 and 142 respectively.
Singapore has reported 125 new cases, bringing the total to 45,422. In addition, a patient who had COVID-19 died from respiratory arrest.
Slovakia reported 53 new cases, the biggest increase since April, raising the total to 1,851. It was also reported that the death toll stands at 28, with 1,477 recoveries. The number of active cases was confirmed to be 346, the highest since May 12.
South Africa reported 13,674 new cases, the highest daily total so far, raising the total number of confirmed cases so far to 238,339. A further 129 deaths were recorded, bringing the total death toll to 3,720; 113,061 patients have recovered. The health department also announced that over two million tests had now been performed.
South Korea reported 50 new cases, raising the total to 13,293. The death toll remained at 287.
Ukraine has reported 810 new cases and 21 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 51,224 and 1,327 respectively; a total of 23,784 patients have recovered.
The United Kingdom reported 85 new deaths, bringing the total death toll to 44,602. No new deaths were reported in Scotland.
Sources: The COVID Tracking Project and The World Health Organization