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 838,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while nearly 24.8 million infections have been confirmed in at least 188 countries and territories. More than 16 million people have recovered to date.

United States – 5,913,941 cases, 181,800 deaths

Brazil – 3,804,803 cases, 119,504 deaths

India – 3,463,972 cases, 62,550 deaths

Russia – 977,730 cases, 16,866 deaths

Peru – 621,997 cases, 28,277 deaths

South Africa – 620,132 cases, 13,743 deaths

Colombia – 590,492 cases, 18,766 deaths

Mexico – 585,738 cases, 63,146 deaths

Spain – 439,286 cases, 29,011 deaths

Chile – 405,972 cases, 11,132 deaths

Argentina – 392,009 cases, 8,271 deaths

Iran – 369,911 cases, 21,249 deaths

United Kingdom – 333,806 cases, 41,573 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 312,924 cases, 3,813 deaths

Bangladesh – 306,794 cases, 4,174 deaths

France – 304,947 cases, 30,601 deaths

Pakistan – 295,053 cases, 6,283 deaths

Turkey – 265,515 cases, 6,245 deaths

Italy – 265,409 cases, 35,472 deaths

Germany – 242,126 cases, 9,290 deaths

Iraq – 223,612 cases, 6,814 deaths

Philippines – 209,544 cases, 3,325 deaths

Indonesia – 165,887 cases, 7,169 deaths

Netherlands – 130,981 cases, 6,247 deaths

Canada – 129,343 cases, 9,156 deaths

Qatar – 118,196 cases, 196 deaths

Ukraine – 117,172 cases, 2,499 deaths

Bolivia – 114,409 cases, 4,846 deaths

Ecuador – 112,141 cases, 6,504 deaths

Israel – 112,000 cases, 894 deaths

Kazakhstan – 105,558 cases, 1,523 deaths

Egypt – 98,285 cases, 5,362 deaths

China – 94,065 cases, 4,718 deaths

Dominican Republic – 93,390 cases, 1,648 deaths

Panama – 90,624 cases, 1,966 deaths

Oman – 85,005 cases, 650 deaths

Romania – 84,468 cases, 3,507 deaths

Sweden – 83,958 cases, 5,821 deaths

Belgium – 83,952 cases, 9,996 deaths

Kuwait – 83,578 cases, 525 deaths

Guatemala – 72,921 cases, 2,709 deaths

Belarus – 71,346 cases, 667 deaths

United Arab Emirates – 68,901 cases, 379 deaths

Japan – 66,499 cases, 1,251 deaths

Poland – 65,480 cases, 2,018 deaths

Honduras – 58,810 cases, 1,827 deaths

Morocco – 58,489 cases, 1,052 deaths

Portugal – 57,074 cases, 1,815 deaths

Singapore – 56,666 cases, 27 deaths

Nigeria – 53,477 cases, 1,011 deaths

Bahrain – 51,113 cases, 189 deaths

Ethiopia – 48,140 cases, 758 deaths

Ghana – 43,949 cases, 270 deaths

Venezuela – 43,879 cases, 366 deaths

Kyrgyzstan – 43,587 cases, 1,498 deaths

Armenia – 43,451 cases, 869 deaths

Algeria – 43,403 cases, 1,483 deaths

Switzerland – 41,346 cases, 2,004 deaths

Uzbekistan – 40,720 cases, 302 deaths

Costa Rica – 38,485 cases, 407 deaths

Afghanistan – 38,140 cases, 1,402 deaths

Nepal – 36,456 cases, 195 deaths

Azerbaijan – 35,986 cases, 527 deaths

Moldova – 35,904 cases, 981 deaths

Kenya – 33,630 cases, 567 deaths

Serbia – 31,207 cases, 709 deaths

Ireland – 28,578 cases, 1,777 deaths

Austria – 26,590 cases, 733 deaths

Australia – 25,562 cases, 601 deaths

El Salvador – 25,415 cases, 702 deaths

Czech Republic – 23,777 cases, 419 deaths

Palestine – 21,251 cases, 145 deaths

Korea, South – 19,400 cases, 321 deaths

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 19,214 cases, 591 deaths

Cameroon – 19,142 cases, 411 deaths

Cote d’Ivoire – 17,797 cases, 115 deaths

Denmark – 17,125 cases, 624 deaths

Bulgaria – 16,065 cases, 603 deaths

Paraguay – 15,873 cases, 280 deaths

Lebanon – 15,613 cases, 148 deaths

Madagascar – 14,696 cases, 187 deaths

North Macedonia – 14,163 cases, 590 deaths

Senegal – 13,384 cases, 279 deaths

Sudan – 13,082 cases, 823 deaths

Kosovo – 12,683 cases, 488 deaths

Libya – 12,629 cases, 226 deaths

Zambia – 11,779 cases, 283 deaths

Norway – 10,582 cases, 264 deaths

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 9,994 cases, 255 deaths

Greece – 9,800 cases, 259 deaths

Croatia – 9,549 cases, 180 deaths

Malaysia – 9,306 cases, 125 deaths

Guinea – 9,251 cases, 59 deaths

Albania – 9,195 cases, 271 deaths

Gabon – 8,505 cases, 53 deaths

Tajikistan – 8,481 cases, 68 deaths

Haiti – 8,161 cases, 201 deaths

Finland – 8,042 cases, 335 deaths

Luxembourg – 7,928 cases, 124 deaths

Maldives – 7,469 cases, 28 deaths

Mauritania – 7,012 cases, 158 deaths

Namibia – 6,906 cases, 65 deaths

Zimbabwe – 6,388 cases, 195 deaths

Malawi – 5,523 cases, 174 deaths

Hungary – 5,511 cases, 614 deaths

Djibouti – 5,383 cases, 60 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 4,941 cases, 83 deaths

Central African Republic – 4,700 cases, 61 deaths

Montenegro – 4,663 cases, 92 deaths

Nicaragua – 4,494 cases, 137 deaths

Eswatini – 4,461 cases, 91 deaths

Congo – 3,979 cases, 78 deaths

Cuba – 3,866 cases, 92 deaths

Suriname – 3,848 cases, 66 deaths

Cape Verde – 3,745 cases, 38 deaths

Rwanda – 3,742 cases, 16 deaths

Slovakia – 3,728 cases, 33 deaths

Mozambique – 3,697 cases, 21 deaths

Tunisia – 3,461 cases, 74 deaths

Thailand – 3,411 cases, 58 deaths

Somalia – 3,275 cases, 95 deaths

Sri Lanka – 2,989 cases, 12 deaths

Lithuania – 2,810 cases, 86 deaths

Gambia – 2,797 cases, 96 deaths

Slovenia – 2,797 cases, 133 deaths

Uganda – 2,756 cases, 28 deaths

Mali – 2,736 cases, 126 deaths

Syria – 2,563 cases, 103 deaths

South Sudan – 2,518 cases, 47 deaths

Angola – 2,471 cases, 106 deaths

Estonia – 2,343 cases, 69 deaths

Guinea-Bissau – 2,205 cases, 34 deaths

Benin – 2,145 cases, 40 deaths

Iceland – 2,092 cases, 10 deaths

Bahamas – 2,057 cases, 50 deaths

Sierra Leone – 2,013 cases, 70 deaths

Jamaica – 2,011 cases, 19 deaths

Yemen – 1,943 cases, 563 deaths

Jordan – 1,869 cases, 15 deaths

Malta – 1,820 cases, 10 deaths

New Zealand – 1,727 cases, 22 deaths

Botswana – 1,562 cases, 3 deaths

Uruguay – 1,556 cases, 43 deaths

Trinidad and Tobago – 1,554 cases, 19 deaths

Cyprus – 1,484 cases, 20 deaths

Georgia – 1,455 cases, 19 deaths

Latvia – 1,375 cases, 34 deaths

Togo – 1,365 cases, 27 deaths

Burkina Faso – 1,352 cases, 55 deaths

Liberia – 1,298 cases, 82 deaths

Guyana – 1,180 cases, 35 deaths

Niger – 1,175 cases, 69 deaths

Andorra – 1,124 cases, 53 deaths

Lesotho – 1,051 cases, 31 deaths

Vietnam – 1,038 cases, 30 deaths

Chad – 1,008 cases, 77 deaths

Sao Tome and Principe – 895 cases, 15 deaths

Belize – 870 cases, 12 deaths

San Marino – 710 cases, 42 deaths

Burma – 643 cases, 6 deaths

Tanzania – 509 cases, 21 deaths

Taiwan – 487 cases, 7 deaths

Papua New Guinea – 453 cases, 5 deaths

Burundi – 433 cases, 1 death

Comoros – 422 cases, 7 deaths

Mauritius – 355 cases, 10 deaths

Eritrea – 317 cases, 0 deaths

Mongolia – 301 cases, 0 deaths

Cambodia – 273 cases, 0 deaths

Bhutan – 195 cases, 0 deaths

Barbados – 166 cases, 7 deaths

Monaco – 154 cases, 4 deaths

Brunei – 144 cases, 3 deaths

Seychelles – 136 cases, 0 deaths

Liechtenstein – 106 cases, 2 deaths

Antigua and Barbuda – 94 cases, 3 deaths

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 60 cases, 0 deaths

Fiji – 28 cases, 2 deaths

Timor-Leste – 27 cases, 0 deaths

Saint Lucia – 26 cases, 0 deaths

Grenada – 24 cases, 0 deaths

Laos – 22 cases, 0 deaths

Dominica – 20 cases, 0 deaths

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 17 cases, 0 deaths

Holy See – 12 cases, 0 deaths

Western Sahara – 10 cases, 1 death Western Sahara – 10 cases, 1 death

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