The global case tally for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 climbed to 5.83 million on Friday, according to data aggregated by Johns Hopkins University. The death toll rose to 360,776. More than 2.4 million people have recovered. The U.S. has the highest case toll in the world at 1.72 million and the highest death toll at 101,621. Brazil has 438,238 cases after another spike overnight, and 26,574 fatalities, while Russia has 387,623 cases and 4,374 fatalities. The U.K. has 270,508 cases and 37,919 deaths, the highest death toll in Europe and second highest in the world after the U.S. Spain has 237,906 cases and 27,119 deaths, while Italy has 231,732 cases and 33,142 deaths. France has 186,364 cases and 28,665 deaths, while Germany has 182,450 cases and 8,472 deaths. India has 166,113 cases and 4,715 deaths, followed by Turkey with 160,979 cases and 4,461 deaths. Iran has 143,849 cases and 7,627 deaths. Peru has 141,779 cases and 4,099 deaths. Canada is next with 89,976 cases and 6,982 deaths. That's followed by Chile, which now has 86,943 cases and 890 fatalities. China, where the disease was first reported late last year, has 84,106 cases and 4,638 deaths.