More than 260,000 people tested positive for the virus worldwide on Saturday.
As the world's death toll closes in on half a million, cases in Brazil are still accelerating and infections in India may not peak until November.
Delhi has about 9,000 beds dedicated to Covid-19 patients, but experts say it will need at least 15,000 beds by the end of June.
Health officials reported more than 900 deaths in Brazil on Friday.
The pandemic was barely on my radar, until I found myself running from a tsunami of border closures.
Public urged to stay home over the Easter weekend, the PM remains in hospital and thousands of stranded UK tourists will be flown home from India. Here's the latest.
British people currently abroad will be helped to return home by the UK government, with a £75 million airlift operation. India’s lockdown causes a mass migration, the navy rolls into New York city as hospitals there continue to be overrun and one of Van Gogh’s paintings is stolen from a museum near Amsterdam.
London builds a temporary field hospital, India has announced a lockdown for its 1.3 billion population, the Olympic and Paralympic Games are finally postponed and the US Senate has agreed a $2 trillion economic rescue plan, as infections each over 400,000 globally.
More than 20 people have been killed in violence that may have been timed to coincide with Trump’s visit to India.