More than half of the fatalities have been reported by the United States, Spain and Italy.
"The loss of so many of our loved ones is reflective of the severity of some manifestations of this terrible disease."
The United States has seen its highest death tolls to date in the epidemic with roughly 2,000 deaths a day reported for the last four days in a row.
In interactive time lapse analysis, the US death toll is shown to have risen from just 12 on March 15, to overtaking the nation's previous leading cause of death, with 1,940 deaths on April 8.
Vaccines in Israel continue to be in short supply, with some healthcare providers not expecting to have supplies for at least another week.
The dead included many students and two Turkish nationals, the Somali foreign minister said.
A further 12 people are missing.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said before the third death was confirmed he feared the number of deaths could rise.