As coronavirus is wreaking havoc around the world, over 141 million people have been infected with the virus with more than 3 million fatalities.
The total caseload from the virus reached 141, 124, 378 while the death tally hit 3,017, 555 as of Monday, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University (JHU).
The US has logged 31,669,880 cases and the death toll in the US climbed to 567,217, the highest number of deaths in the world.
The US has crossed the grim milestone of 30 million cases on March 25.
Besides, Brazil's Covid-19 death toll on Sunday reached 373,335 after registering another 1,657 fatalities, the country's ministry of health reported.
According to the ministry, another 42,980 cases were registered, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 13,943,071.
India has been hit hard by the pandemic recently as the country has logged over 2 lakh Covid-19 cases for the last couple of days.
Now the total caseload in India has reached 14,788,109 while the death toll from the virus mounted to 177, 150 as of Monday morning.
Covid-19 situation in Bangladesh
Bangladesh saw its daily deaths from coronavirus shatter the local record yet again with 102 fatalities between Saturday and Sunday morning.
It was the third consecutive day that the country registered more than 100 deaths in a 24-hour period.
The latest fatalities pushed up the death tally to 10,385 with a mortality rate of 1.44 percent, according to a handout from the Directorate General of Health Services.
Data released by the government show a downward trend in tests and new cases as the number of deaths and recoveries rise steadily.
Bangladesh reported its first coronavirus cases on March 8, 2020, and the first death on March 18 that year.
The country has so far confirmed 718,950 cases. But 614,936 people – 85.53 percent of all patients – have recovered so far.
Bangladesh inked an agreement with the Serum Institute of India Pvt Ltd for 30 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
A countrywide inoculation drive was launched on Feb 7. Until Sunday morning, 7,116,946 have registered for the vaccine.
So far, 57,14,090 people have received the first dose and 13,66,609 have got their second jab, according to official figures.