The biggest increases in cases are from the United States, Brazil, India and South Africa.(AP: John Minchillo)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelThe World Health Organization has reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases, with the total rising by 230,370 in 24 hours.Meanwhile, Mexico's death toll from the pandemic is poised to climb above 35,000 and overtake Italy's, to post the world's fourth-highest death total.This story will be regularly updated throughout Monday. Monday's key moments:Spaniards vote amid new coronavirus outbreaksJapan struggles with coronavirus threat amid disasterFormer Miss World latest to be hit by coronavirus in India Lebanon records new coronavirus infection high with more than 100 casesFlorida reports over 15,000 COVID-19 cases in single-day recordMexico set to surpass Italy's coronavirus death tallyWHO reports record daily increase in global coronavirus casesMexico set to surpass Italy's coronavirus death tally The pandemic is showing no signs of slowing down in Mexico, where the Government has faced criticism for reopening its economy too soon.(AP: Rebecca Blackwell)Mexico's death toll from the coronavirus pandemic is set to overtake Italy's and shoot above 35,000 on Sunday (local time), with the Latin American nation set to post the world's fourth-highest death total.Mexico on Saturday recorded 539 additional fatalities to bring its coronavirus toll to 34,730, with 295,268 confirmed cases. Italy has recorded 34,945 deaths and 242,827 cases.While Italy appears to have tamed the virus, the pandemic is showing no signs of slowing down in Mexico, where the Government has faced criticism for reopening its economy too soon.Mexican authorities have gradually raised the projections of total fatalities and as recently as June forecast up to 35,000 deaths through October. In early May, the estimate was 6,000.Hugo Lopez-Gatell, Mexico's Deputy Health Minister, this week said the virus was "slowing down".But several former officials have criticised President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's administration for its handling of the epidemic.WHO reports record daily increase in global coronavirus casesThe World Health Organization has reported a record daily increase in global coronavirus cases, with the total rising by 230,370 on Sunday.The biggest increases were from the United States, Brazil, India and South Africa, according to a daily report. The previous WHO record for new cases was 228,102 on July 10. Deaths remained steady at roughly 5,000 a day.Global coronavirus cases were approaching 13 million on Sunday (local time), marking another milestone in the spread of the disease that has killed more than 565,000 people in seven months.Spaniards vote amid new coronavirus outbreaksVoters in northern Spain have protected themselves with face masks and hand sanitizer before voting on Sunday (local time) as Galicia and the Basque Country held regional elections despite new localised outbreaks.The extra health measures meant there were long lines outside polling stations for the votes, which were postponed from April due to the pandemic and are the first since one of Europe's strictest lockdowns was relaxed.Bilbao, the Basque region's largest city, increased the number of polling stations by 25 per cent to ensure social distancing.Turnout at midday was 4.2 per cent higher in Galicia than at the same point during the last election in 2016, while in the Basque Country it fell by 1.3 per cent, election authorities said.More than 460 people in both regions who recently tested positive for the new coronavirus were barred from voting for the new regional governments, as were people awaiting test results.Health officials have confirmed at least 161 new COVID-19 cases in the Basque Country and more than 300 in Galicia in the last 24 hours. The fresh clusters have brought local lockdowns in both regions, plus in Catalonia.Florida reports over 15,000 COVID-19 cases in single-dayFlorida has reported a record increase of more than 15,000 new cases of COVID-19 in a single day as the growing outbreak forces state authorities to close some businesses and beaches.If Florida were a country, it would rank fourth in the world for the most new cases a day behind the United States, Brazil and India.Its daily increases have already surpassed the highest daily tally reported by any European country during the height of the pandemic there. Florida has also broken New York State's record of 12,847 new cases on April 10 when it was the epicentre of the US outbreak.To combat the outbreak, Republican Governor Ron DeSantis has ordered bars to close but has resisted calls for a statewide mandate to wear masks in public.Popular with both American and international tourists, Florida is home to beach resorts and theme parks including Disney World, which reopened on Saturday.Japan struggles with coronavirus threat amid disaster Volunteers help to shovel earth out from an inn following a heavy rain in southern Japan.(AP: Kyodo News)Boxes of surgical masks, bottles of disinfectant and a sign saying "Please wear a mask" have marked the entrance to a public gym in Yatsushiro city, a shelter for residents fleeing devastating floods in south-w0estern Japan this week.Elsewhere in the gym, cardboard partitions separate the 233 evacuees' sleeping areas and another sign instructs them to check their temperature each morning, then sterilise the thermometers.The measures show what a thorny issue it is for Japan to deal with natural disasters in the time of coronavirus.Japanese authorities have been warning local officials for months to include coronavirus measures in their disaster preparations. Residents have been urged to seek shelter with friends or relatives if possible to avoid overcrowding evacuation centres..Misa Matsuda, a 48-year-old nurse, accustomed to the annual floods in the region, had intended to remain at home. But she was stunned early on Monday when she opened her door and found the river flowing just a few feet from her house."I thought, there's no way the water would come up here to our house, where it's a bit of a hill," she said.Extreme weather disasters have become increasingly common in Japan recently. Last year, Typhoon Hagibis killed nearly 100 people, a year after more than 200 died in western Japan in the worst flooding in decades.Ms Matsuda said she wasn't too concerned about coronavirus because basic steps were being taken, but did worry residents would congregate to chat, creating just the sort of crowded conditions authorities say increase infection risk.Former Miss World latest to be hit by coronavirus in India Former Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter joined her father-in-law Amitabh and husband Abhishek in testing positive for the virus.(AP: Petros Giannakouris)Three generations of Bollywood's Bachchan family have been hit by the coronavirus as former Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter on Sunday (local time) joined her father-in-law Amitabh and husband Abhishek in testing positive for the virus.Maharashtra state health minister Rajesh Tope said in a tweet that Aishwarya and her eight-year-old daughter had tested positive for the virus.It was not clear whether they had been admitted to hospital, as Amitabh, a legendary Indian actor, and Abhishek were on Saturday, when they said they had mild symptoms of COVID-19.Hospital officials and Government health authorities said earlier on Sunday that Amitabh and his son were in stable condition.People in northern and western India were conducting Hindu prayer rituals for the Bachchan family, social media and television footage showed.Aishwarya, 46, who often features on "most beautiful" lists, has worked in several Bollywood and Hollywood films. She is a brand ambassador for several multinational companies, including L'Oreal.India on Sunday registered a record increase in the number of coronavirus cases, taking the total number of affected people in the country to nearly 850,000, the world's third-highest, and prompting authorities to re-impose partial lockdowns in some densely populated areas.Federal health ministry data showed that more than 27,100 new cases were reported in the previous 24 hours, while the death toll increased to 22,674, after 551 people succumbed in a day.Lebanon records new coronavirus infection high Lebanon has recorded more than 158 new coronavirus infections in the last day, its highest daily increase yet, with most of the cases among workers of a cleaning company, the health minister said."To reassure people, the source is known," health minister Hamad Hassan told broadcaster LBC. He added that up to 75 per cent of the cases were linked to what he described as a big cleaning company, were symptom-free and non-Lebanese.Mr Hassan said 800 workers from the cleaning company in question needed to be tested, along with another 1,000 workers from two other companies with whom they were connected."The number will remain high this week," he said.Lebanon has recorded more than 2,000 infections and 36 deaths from coronavirus since February.Find out moreWhat you need to know about coronavirus:The symptomsThe number of cases in AustraliaGlobal cases, deaths and testing ratesABC/Wires
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