Cases of the Delta version of the coronavirus, which was originally confirmed in India, have been documented in more than 100 nations and regions, according to the World Health Organization.
Since April of this year, the WHO has provided updates on the distribution of the variation.
As of April 27, cases of the variation had been documented in at least 17 countries, including India and the United States. Then, by the end of May, 60 countries and regions had reported instances, and by the end of June, 96 had.
Looking at other versions as of Tuesday, the number of countries and regions reporting the Alpha form, which was originally confirmed in the United Kingdom, was 173, up one over the previous week.
The number of people who reported the Beta version, which was originally confirmed in South Africa, increased by three to 122, while the number of people who reported the Gamma variant, which was first confirmed in Brazil, increased by two to 74.