Russia registered a record number of coronavirus cases for the third day in a row, as 7,933 more people tested positive for the virus.
South Africa took its first steps towards rolling back one of the world's strictest coronavirus lockdowns.
A US watchdog warned Afghanistan is likely facing a "health disaster" from the pandemic.
The eurozone's economy shrunk by 3.8 percent in the first quarter, the biggest hit since records began in 1995.
Worldwide, the number of confirmed infections stood at more than 3.26 million, with some 233,000 deaths and more than one million recoveries.