A year has passed since the World Health Organisation declared a global pandemic after 121,500 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed across the world.
That figure has increased by nearly a million times in just 365 days as the virus has spread throughout countries and continents.
Normal life has ground to a halt and millions have died.
Here we take a look at how different parts of the world are affected nearly a year after the pandemic was declared.
Which country has the worst rate of coronavirus?
The US currently has a rate of 161.5 deaths per 100,000 people, according to the Johns Hopkins University which has been tracking the outbreak.
South America has also been badly affected during the pandemic - with Mexico having a slightly lower rate of 152 deaths per 100,000 people and Brazil having a rate of 128.1 deaths per 100,000 people.
Peru has 150.6 deaths per 100,000 people while Argentina has 119.7 deaths per 100,000 people.
Europe has also been badly affected by coronavirus - with the UK having 188.3 deaths per 100,000 people.
Italy has 166.8 deaths per 100,000 people and the Czech Republic has a rate of 210.7 per 100,000 people.
Meanwhile, China where the pandemic originated is said to have 0.3 deaths per 100,000 people.
How has the global death toll increased?
The global death toll has escalated rapidly over the past year with 2,610,184 people having died in the pandemic as of 9 March 2021.
This is up from the 3,993 people who had died as of 9 March 2020.
Which countries have the highest number of cases and deaths?
The US has recorded the most deaths with 528,287, according to the Johns Hopkins University.
It has also recorded 29,113,788 cases.
Brazil has recorded the second highest number of deaths with 268,370.
It has recorded 11,122,429 infections.
Mexico has the third highest number of deaths with 191,789 fatalities. It has the thirteenth highest number of cases with 2,137,884.
India has recorded the fourth highest amount of deaths with 158,063. It has recorded 11,262,707 cases.
The UK has had the fifth highest number of deaths with 125,222. It has recorded 4,247,785 cases.
The figures from the Johns Hopkins University are accurate up to 10 March.
How has the pandemic affected Europe?
The UK has had the highest number of deaths in Europe with 125,222. This is the fifth highest number of deaths in the world.
It has recorded 4,247,785 cases.
Italy has had 100,811 deaths and has had 3,123,368 cases.
France has 89,707 deaths and has had 4,022,386 cases.
Germany has had 72,655 deaths and 2,532,070 cases.
How many cases have there been across the world?
The Johns Hopkins University data shows that 117,557,807 coronavirus cases have been recorded globally as of 9 March 2021.
On the same day last year 114,219 infections had been confirmed.