Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

New cases of the novel coronavirus that emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in late December are being reported daily around the world.

More than 198,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while some 2.8 million infections have been confirmed in at least 185 countries and territories. Almost 800,000 people have recovered to date.

New cases of the novel coronavirus that emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in late December are being reported daily around the world.

More than 198,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while some 2.8 million infections have been confirmed in at least 185 countries and territories. Almost 800,000 people have recovered to date.

United States – 905,333 cases, 51,949 deaths

Spain – 219,764 cases, 22,524 deaths

Italy – 192,994 cases, 25,969 deaths

France – 159,952 cases, 22,279 deaths

Germany – 155,054 cases, 5,788 deaths

United Kingdom – 148,377 cases, 20,319 deaths

Turkey – 104,912 cases, 2,600 deaths

Iran – 88,194 cases, 5,574 deaths

China – 83,899 cases, 4,636 deaths

Russia – 68,622 cases, 615 deaths

Brazil – 54,043 cases, 3,704 deaths

Belgium – 44,293 cases, 6,679 deaths

Canada – 44,056 cases, 2,386 deaths

Netherlands – 36,729 cases, 4,304 deaths

witzerland – 28,677 cases, 1,589 deaths

India – 24,530 cases, 780 deaths

Portugal – 22,797 cases, 854 deaths

Ecuador – 22,719 cases, 576 deaths

Peru – 21,648 cases, 634 deaths

Ireland – 18,184 cases,  1,014 deaths

Sweden – 17,567 cases, 2,152 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 15,102 cases, 127 deaths

Austria – 15,071 cases, 530 deaths

Israel – 15,058 cases, 194 deaths

Mexico – 12,872 cases, 1,221 deaths

Japan – 12,829 cases, 345 deaths

Singapore – 12,693 cases, 12 deaths

Chile – 12,306 cases, 174 deaths

Pakistan – 11,940 cases, 253 deaths

Poland – 10,892 cases, 494 deaths

South Korea – 10,718 cases, 240 deaths

Romania – 10,417 cases, 567 deaths

United Arab Emirates – 9,281 cases, 64 deaths

Belarus – 8,773 cases, 63 deaths

Qatar – 8,525 cases, 10 deaths

Denmark – 8,408 cases, 403 deaths

Indonesia – 8,211 cases, 689 deaths

Ukraine – 8,125 cases, 201 deaths

Norway – 7,463 cases, 199 deaths

Czech Republic – 7,273 cases, 215 deaths

Philippines –  7,192, cases, 477 deaths

Australia – 6,677 cases, 79 deaths

Serbia – 6,630 cases, 125 deaths

Dominican Republic – 5,749 cases, 267 deaths

Malaysia – 5,691 cases, 96 deaths

Panama – 5,338 cases, 154 deaths

Colombia – 4,881 cases, 225 deaths

Bangladesh – 4,689 cases, 131 deaths

Finland – 4,395 cases, 177 deaths

South Africa – 4,220 cases, 79 deaths

Egypt – 4,092 cases, 294 deaths

Morocco – 3,758 cases, 158 deaths

Luxembourg – 3,695 cases, 85 deaths

Argentina – 3,607 cases, 176 deaths

Algeria – 3,127 cases, 415 deaths

Moldova – 3,110 cases, 87 deaths

Thailand – 2,907 cases, 51 deaths

Kuwait – 2,614 cases, 15 deaths

Bahrain – 2,518 cases, 8 deaths

Greece – 2,490 cases, 130 deaths

Kazakhstan – 2,482 cases, 25 deaths

Hungary – 2,443 cases, 262 deaths

Croatia – 2,009 cases, 51 deaths

Uzbekistan – 1,836 cases, 8 deaths

Oman – 1,790 cases, 10 deaths

Iceland – 1,789 cases, 10 deaths

Iraq – 1,708 cases, 86 deaths

Armenia – 1,677 cases, 28 deaths

Estonia – 1,605 cases, 46 deaths

Azerbaijan – 1,592 cases, 21 deaths

Afghanistan – 1,463 cases, 47 deaths

New Zealand – 1,461 cases, 18 deaths

Cameroon – 1,430 cases, 43 deaths

Lithuania – 1,426 cases, 41 deaths

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 1,421 cases, 55 deaths

Slovakia – 1,373 cases, 17 deaths

Slovenia – 1,373 cases, 80 deaths

North Macedonia – 1,326 cases, 57 deaths

Cuba – 1,285 cases, 49 deaths

Ghana – 1,279 cases, 10 deaths

Bulgaria – 1,234 cases, 54 deaths

Nigeria – 1,095 cases, 32 deaths

Ivory Coast – 1,077 cases, 14 deaths

Djibouti – 999 cases, 2 deaths

Guinea – 954 cases, 6 deaths

Tunisia – 922 cases, 38 deaths

Bolivia – 807 cases, 44 deaths

Cyprus – 804 cases, 14 deaths

Latvia – 804 cases, 12 deaths

Andorra – 731 cases, 40 deaths

Lebanon – 696 cases, 24 deaths

Costa Rica – 687 cases, 6 deaths

Niger – 681 cases, 24 deaths

Albania – 678 cases, 27 deaths

Kyrgyzstan – 665 cases, 8 deaths

Burkina Faso – 629 cases, 41 deaths

Honduras – 591 cases, 55 deaths

Uruguay – 563 cases, 12 deaths

Senegal – 545 cases, 7 deaths

San Marino – 513 cases, 40 deaths

Kosovo – 510 cases, 12 deaths

Occupied Palestinian territories – 484 cases, 4 deaths

Georgia – 456 cases, 5 deaths

Malta – 447 cases, 4 deaths

Jordan – 441 cases, 7 deaths

Guatemala – 430 cases, 11 deaths

Taiwan – 428 cases, 6 deaths

Sri Lanka – 420 cases, 7 deaths

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 394 cases, 25 deaths

Kenya – 336 cases, 14 deaths

Mauritius – 331 cases, 9 deaths

Somalia – 328 cases, 16 deaths

Mali – 325 cases, 21 deaths

Montenegro – 319 cases, 6 deaths

Venezuela – 318 cases, 10 deaths

Tanzania – 299 cases, 10 deaths

Jamaica – 288 cases, 7 deaths

El Salvador – 274 cases, 8 deaths

Vietnam – 270 cases

Paraguay – 223 cases, 9 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 214 cases, 1 death

Republic of the Congo – 200 cases, 6 deaths

Rwanda – 176 cases

Sudan – 174 cases, 16 deaths

Gabon – 172 cases, 3 deaths

Myanmar – 144 cases, 5 deaths

Brunei – 138 cases, 1 death

Maldives – 129 cases

Cambodia – 122 cases

Madagascar – 122 cases

Ethiopia – 117 cases, 3 deaths

Liberia – 117 cases, 8 deaths

Trinidad and Tobago – 115 cases, 8 deaths

Monaco – 94 cases, 4 deaths

Togo – 90 cases, 6 deaths

Cape Verde – 88 cases, 1 death

Zambia – 84 cases, 3 deaths

Sierra Leone – 82 cases, 2 deaths

Liechtenstein – 81 cases, 1 death

Barbados – 77 cases, 6 deaths

Uganda – 75 cases

Bahamas – 73 cases, 11 deaths

Guyana – 73 cases, 7 deaths

Haiti – 72 cases, 2 deaths

Mozambique – 65 cases

Libya – 61 cases, 2 deaths

Benin – 54 cases, 1 death

Guinea-Bissau – 52 cases

Nepal – 49 cases

Syria – 42 cases, 3 deaths

Chad – 40 cases

Eritrea – 39 cases

Mongolia – 37 cases

Eswatini – 36 cases, 1 death

Malawi – 33 cases, 3 deaths

Zimbabwe – 29 cases, 4 deaths

Angola – 25 cases, 2 deaths

Antigua and Barbuda – 24 cases, 3 deaths

East Timor – 24 cases

Botswana – 22 cases, 1 death

Laos – 19 cases

Belize – 18 cases, 2 deaths

Fiji – 18 cases

Central African Republic – 16 cases

Dominica – 16 cases

Namibia – 16 cases

Grenada – 15 cases

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 15 cases

Saint Lucia – 15 cases

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 14 cases

Burundi – 11 cases, 1 death

Nicaragua – 11 cases, 3 deaths

Seychelles – 11 cases

Gambia – 10 cases, 1 death

Suriname – 10 cases, 1 death

Vatican – 9 cases

Papua New Guinea – 8 cases

Bhutan – 7 cases

Mauritania – 7 cases, 1 death

Western Sahara – 6 cases

South Sudan – 5 cases

Sao Tome and Principe – 4 cases

Yemen – 1 case

 

 

 

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