The number of COVID-19 cases worldwide surpassed the 700-thousand mark on Sunday, with more than 33-thousand people dead.
The total has risen by 100-thousand over the past two days alone.
In Spain, 838 people died from the virus on Sunday, raising the total death toll to over 65-hundred, and 70-thousand confirmed cases.
In Italy, the numbers seem to be on a slight decline, with the infection rate slowing from 10 percent to the 5-percent range on Sunday.
The U.S. continues to see its infection numbers rise, with the latest numbers topping 135-thousand.
According to the CDC, the U.S. could see over a million infections, and at least 100-thousand deaths.