According to the latest data, there are 435.855 deaths from COVID-19 infection, and 4.134,874 people recovered from the infection.
The highest number of infected and dead people is in the USA - 2.162.228 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in that country, and 117.858 people have died.
The second is Brazil, where 867.882 people were infected and 43.389 people died.

HealthMin Tataru: COVID 19 community transmission has increased lately

In recent days, community transmission of the novel coronavirus has increased, but not in an "exponential" way," Health minister Tataru told private TV station Digi24 on Monday. "Remember we've had two big weekends in a row, Friday to Monday night. And we also had a population overcrowding in different areas of the country.

June 15: Total Cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria - 3290, Newly Registered 24

Of the 1409 samples tested in the last 24 hours, 24 gave a positive result. This is shown by the data in the National Information System.

The distribution by districts at the current address of the persons is as follows: Dobrich - 1; Kardzhali - 1; Lovech - 1; Plovdiv - 2; Smolyan - 1; Sofia region - 2; Sofia city - 3; Targovishte - 4; Shumen - 9.

59 newly infected, one person died

Since the last report, samples of 1.802 people have been tested.
Since the beginning of the epidemic in Serbia, a total of 12.210 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed, and a total of 302.928 people who met the criteria for defining the case have been tested.
There are currently 533 active cases of coronavirus, while 15 patients are on a respirator.

Outbreak still poses serious threat, warns minister

The recent spike in the number of daily confirmed COVID-19 cases in Turkey prompted Health Minister Fahrettin Koca to issue yet another warning to the public that the outbreak is far from over.

"The figures [from June 13] made us face the reality that the outbreak remains a serious matter," Koca said on Twitter on June 14.

Government officials visit Xanthi after outbreak

In an apparent bid to underline the government's determination to contain any localized outbreaks of the coronavirus following a recent spike in cases, Deputy Minister for Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias and the government's special adviser on the coronavirus crisis, epidemiologist Sotiris Tsiodras, traveled on Friday to the northern Greek regional unit of Xanthi with a team from the National