Globally, the total confirmed cases of Covid-19 have reached over 22,169,000 with over 781,000 deaths and 14,135,000 recoveries.
The US remains the most heavily affected country worldwide, however, a national decrease in daily confirmed cases has been observed over the last month, with cases only rising in a handful of states, such as Hawaii and Illinois.
Across Europe, many countries, such as, the UK, Italy and Belgium are experiencing a new spike in cases.
A second wave of infection is likely in these countries if they do not respond accordingly.
Brazil reports the second highest Covid-19 total confirmed cases globally, following the US.
Although, this is thought to be an underestimate due to a lack of testing; only 12.1 tests per 1,000 population were performed on the 21st of July in Brazil compared with 144.6 tests per 1,000 population performed in the US.
After 102 days of controlling the virus in Auckland, New Zealand, a new cluster of cases has put the city back into lockdown, with the general election postponed by a month.
Katie Wrenn, MPH, Epidemiologist at GlobalData