Spain has reported 849 new deaths in just 24 hours from the COVID-19, the highest number of fatalities since the pandemic has been started, bringing the tally to 8,189 in the country.
In the United States nearly 163,500 confirmed cases have been registered, the highest number in the world, with more than 3,000 deaths.
More than 806,080 people around the world have been confirmed to have the COVID-19, nearly 172,516 have recovered and More than 39,577 people have died from the deadly disease.
The confirmed coronavirus cases in Pakistan has reached 1,865, according to the National Command and Control Centre.
There are 652 cases in Punjab, 625 in Sindh, 221 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 153 in Balochistan, 58 in Islamabad, 148 in Gilgit Baltistan and 6 cases in Azad Kashmir.
The number of patients recovered from the virus stands at 57.
Whereas, 25 Pakistanis lost their lives and 11 remain critical in different hospitals, according to the national dashboard.
61 new cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) detected in Sindh on Tuesday morning.
Sindh Minister for Health and Population Welfare Dr. Azra Fazal Pechuho said so far 294 cases of COVID-19 have been tested positive in Karachi, with 45 new cases.
57 in Hyderabad and two cases reported in Jamshoro and one in Jacobabad.
The minister said out of 627 cases 41 have fully recovered and discharged from the hospitals.
The province has conducted a total of 5,945 tests.
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan announced establishment of youth force and public fund during his address to the nation to battle with coronavirus pandemic across the country.
PM Imran Khan said the world is fighting a war against coronavirus pandemic and Pakistan is also resisting the spread of the virus by utilising all available resources.
PM Khan said Corona Relief Tiger Force will comprise of young doctors, drivers and people from any field which would utilize to provide food and essential commodities to the areas likely to face lockdown.
The force will also guide people for self-isolation inside their houses.