The record of daily coronavirus infections was recorded on Saturday, with 660,905 infected across the planet. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported on Sunday. The figures exceed the previous record, Friday, by more than 15,000 daily infections, and by more than 45,000 the previous record that was recorded on November 7, the UN organization added. Likewise, for the first time, the WHO has reported more than 9,500 deaths a day for three consecutive days: Thursday, Friday and Saturday. According to the entity’s data, more than 53.7 million confirmed cases have been detected since the start of the pandemic and more than 1.3 million people have lost their lives. WHO director general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned on Friday that there is “a long way to go” to control the virus. While the world is eagerly awaiting the good results of Pfizer vaccine, the truth is that the situation in many countries is complicated. Borders return to Europe and the countries of other continents.