With 4.2 million infections, India is now only second to the United States.

A further 2,988 cases of coronavirus were reported in the UK in the 24 hours to Sunday, government data showed – the highest number reported on a single day since 22 May.
It represents more than 50% increase from a day earlier, according to the UK government’s coronavirus dashboard
UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was “concerned” about a rise in cases “predominantly among young people”.
The BBC’s health editor Hugh Pym said the spike in cases was “significant”.
England recorded 2,576 cases on Sunday and Scotland recorded 208 new cases- its highest daily increase for more than 17 weeks.
Wales recorded a further 98 cases, its highest daily rise since 30 June, and Northern Ireland recorded 106 new cases, its highest rise since 25 April.
Overall, since the start of the pandemic, 347,152 cases have been confirmed in the UK.
Two further deaths within 28 days of a positive test were recorded on Sunday, taking the total number of UK deaths to 41,551.