The coronavirus pandemic is hitting new heights around the world.
Driven by surging case counts in Brazil and India, and a steady number of new cases in the United States and Russia, the number of daily new confirmed COVID-19 cases globally has crossed the 100,000 mark all but once this week.
More than 6.4 million coronavirus cases have been reported worldwide.
According to worldwide coronavirus case numbers from the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center and NBC News’ collection of U.S. case counts, new infections have totaled more than 100,000 14 times during the pandemic. Twelve of those 14 have occurred in the last two weeks.
Worldwide coronavirus cases per day
The number of new COVID-19 infections around the world has continued to climb.
Data as of June 4, 6:30 p.m. EDT. China reported 15,152 new cases on Feb. 12. Here's how to understand China's one-day spike in cases. This chart will update daily. Sources: NBC News, Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center, state government leaders and health officials. Graphic: Sawyer Click & Joe Murphy / NBC News