So, the leaders in mortality are the United States of America - 112 000 deaths, the UK - 40 400, and Brazil, 36 000 deaths are registered there.
Note that the number of people recovered in the world is 3 428 962.
Earlier it was reported that Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro supported the government’s decision to partially hide data on statistics on the number of coronavirus diseases in the country.
He warned that billions of people would have their livelihoods affected by the pandemic. The economic fallout could last for a decade.
In May, Malpass warned that 60 million people could be pushed into "extreme poverty" by the effects of coronavirus. The World Bank defines "extreme poverty" as living on less than $1.90 (£1.55) per person per day.
However, in an interview on Friday Malpass said that more than 60 million people could find themselves with less than £1 per day to live on.
Malpass warned it's been those who can least afford it who've suffered the most.