The overall balance of coronavirus-borne disease rose above 167.3 million on Tuesday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, while the number of deaths exceeded 3.47 million. The U.S. continues to lead the world in total cases with 33.1 million and deaths with 590,574, although cases, hospitalizations, and deaths decline as more Americans are vaccinated. The CDC vaccine tracker shows that 130.6 million people, or 39.3% of the U.S. population, are completely vaccinated, while 163.9 million, or 49.4% of the population, have had at least one dose of vaccine. Two of the country’s largest school systems, in New York City and Los Angeles, said Monday they will resume face-to-face school in the fall. India is the second in the world with 26.9 million cases and the third with 307,321 deaths, although these figures are understood to be very low, given the lack of evidence. Brazil is third in cases with 16.1 million and second in deaths with 449,858. Mexico is the fourth for fatalities with 221,695 and 2.4 million cases. The UK has 4.5 million cases and 127,986 deaths, the fifth highest in the world and most European countries.