Here are the latest global developments in the coronavirus crisis:

More than 530,000 dead
The pandemic has killed at least 531,789 people worldwide since it surfaced in China late last year, according to an AFP tally based on official sources.

At least 11,343,890 cases of coronavirus have been registered in 196 countries and territories. 

In the past 24 hours, 4,205 new deaths and 182,459 new cases were recorded worldwide. The countries with the most new deaths were Brazil with 1,091 new deaths, followed by India with 613, and Mexico with 523.

The United States is the worst-hit country with 129,718 deaths from 2,852,807 cases

The next hardest-hit countries are Brazil with 64,265 deaths from 1,577,004 cases, Britain with 44,220 deaths from 285,416 cases, Italy with 34,861 deaths from 241,611 cases, and Mexico with 30,366 deaths from 252,165 cases.

The country with the highest number of deaths compared to its population is Belgium with 84 fatalities per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Britain with 65, Spain 61, Italy 58, and Sweden 54.

Iran toll record
Iranian health authorities have announced 163 new deaths, the country's highest official one-day toll since the outbreak began in the country in February.

Morocco surge
Morocco reported 698 additional infections, its highest one-day increase, with numerous cases discovered in a fish canning factory in the southern port city of Safi.

The city was quarantined overnight and its 300,000 inhabitants were placed under total lockdown.

Sharp rise in India
India has added a record number of cases in a day, closing in on Russia as the world's third-most infected nation.

Healthcare staff take the temperature of residents in Mumbai, India

The health ministry reported just under 25,000 cases and 613 deaths in 24 hours, the biggest daily spike since the first case was detected in the country in late January.

Madagascar locks down again
Madagascar has placed its capital Antananarivo under a fresh lockdown following a new surge in infections.

No traffic will be allowed in or out of the region starting on Monday until 20 July and a strict curfew will be imposed on street movement by people.

So does Kazakhstan
Following a huge surge in cases which has overwhelmed its healthcare system, Kazakhstan imposes a second round of nationwide restrictions, with shopping centres, gyms, swimming pools, hairdressers and beauty salons closing for at least two weeks. 

Revellers without restraint
Britain's police, following the first day when England's pubs reopened their doors and pulled the first pints after a three-month hiatus, have concluded that drunk people cannot socially distance.

"What was crystal clear is that drunk people can't/won't socially distance," said the head of Britain's police federation John Apter, speaking on London radio.

Greece shuts Serbian border
Greece has closed its frontier for Serbian nationals until 15 July because of a coronavirus spike.

Serbia declared a state of emergency on Friday in the capital Belgrade because of the highest rise of coronavirus cases since April.

Pupils, teachers in Swiss quarantine
Officials in the Swiss canton of Jura place more than 400 secondary school pupils and their teachers under quarantine after several cases of coronavirus.

Schools in two small towns near the French border were closed last week and the full quarantine decision came today.