Virus deaths in Latin America race past 100,000
Brazil confirmed more than 39,000 new cases on Tuesday
While some countries are starting to see confirmed cases and deaths fall following strict lockdown restrictions, others are still seeing figures rise.
A sharp increase in cases in Latin America in the second half of May led the World Health Organization (WHO) to warn that the Americas were the new center of the pandemic. But there have also been new spikes in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
These charts show four countries - Brazil, Mexico, India, and Pakistan - where cases (in blue) and deaths (in red) have been on an upward trajectory in recent weeks.
Brazil confirmed more than 39,000 new cases on Tuesday alone and is only the second country in the world - after the US - to confirm more than one million cases. Mexico is the second worst-affected country in the region, with cases continuing to surge.
India reported more than 15,000 new coronavirus cases on Sunday - the biggest daily increase since the start of its epidemic.
Neighbouring Pakistan has also seen a surge in infections and deaths - although the number of new cases has fallen slightly in recent days. The healthcare systems in both countries are under strain.