On Monday, health officials in Jordan and Iraq pronounced additional COVID-19 infections and new death tolls from COVID-19.
With 3,509 new infections and 62 deaths in Jordan, the overall tally in the country touched 689,482, while recording 8,308 virus-linked mortalities. Meanwhile, as many as 644,486 patients have won their combat against the virus.
In Iraq, another 45 people died in the past 24 hours, pushing fatalities to 15,026. With 7,775 new contagions, the total case numbers have risen to 984,950. A total of 864,039 have been documented to have recovered.
From the time when the virus was first being spotted in Wuhan, China in December 2019, the epidemic has claimed over 3.02 million lives in 192 countries. More than 141 million cases have been reported worldwide, with now over 81 million having recovered from the virus, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University.