The death count in the Myanmar refugee crisis has risen to 20,068, according to data released by the United Nations on Wednesday.
The number of registered Rohingya refugees in Myanmar has soared by more than 10,000 since the start of the year.
About 3,000 of the deaths are reported to have occurred in the coastal state of Rakhine, where hundreds of thousands of people have fled to escape the violence in Myanmar.
In recent weeks, the Rohingya have been forced to seek refuge in refugee camps in Bangladesh.
The UN says the deaths of at least 1,300 Rohingya, mostly from Rakhina state, is the highest toll of its kind since the end of the military regime in Myanmar in June 2016.
Rights groups say the violence against the Rohingya, who are Muslims, has led to the deaths and displacement of thousands.
The government of Prime Minister Aung San Suu Kyi has denied that the attacks are motivated by religious hatred.