Worldwide Statistics of Confirmed Cases of Novel Coronavirus as it Hit Near Two Million

Worldwide Statistics of Confirmed Cases of Novel Coronavirus as it Hit Near Two Million


Worldwide Statistics of Confirmed Cases of Novel  Coronavirus as it Near Two Million

Here are the countries that have so far confirmed coronavirus cases:


Spain - 110,238 cases, 10,003 deaths
United States - 216,722 cases, 5,137 deaths
Italy - 110,574 cases, 13,155 deaths
China - 82,431 cases, 3,322 deaths
The total includes 41 cases in Macau and 765 cases - four deaths - in Hong Kong.
Germany - 78,115 cases, 944 deaths
France - 57,780 cases, 5,400 deaths
Iran - 50,468 cases, 3,160 deaths
United Kingdom - 33,718 cases, 2,921 deaths
Switzerland - 18,117 cases, 505 deaths
Turkey - 18,135 cases, 356 deaths
Belgium - 15,438 cases, 1,011 deaths
Netherlands - 13,696 cases, 1,175 deaths
Austria - 10,892 cases, 158 deaths
South Korea - 9,976 cases, 169 deaths
Canada - 10,132 cases, 127 deaths
Portugal - 8,251 cases, 187 deaths
Israel - 6,211 cases, 33 deaths
Brazil - 6,931 cases, 244 deaths
Sweden - 4,947 cases, 239 deaths
Norway - 4,898 cases, 45 deaths
Australia - 5,108 cases, 24 deaths
Czech Republic - 3,604 cases, 40 deaths
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Ireland - 3,447 cases, 85 deaths
Denmark - 3,290 cases, 104 deaths
Chile - 3,031 cases, 16 deaths
Malaysia - 2,908 cases, 45 deaths
Russia - 2,777 cases, 24 deaths
Ecuador - 2,758 cases, 98 deaths
Poland - 2,554 cases, 43 deaths
Romania - 2,460 cases, 92 deaths
Japan - 2,384 cases, 57 deaths
Luxembourg - 2,319 cases, 29 deaths
Philippines - 2,311 cases, 96 deaths
Pakistan - 2,238 cases, 31 deaths
India - 2,038 cases, 58 deaths
Thailand - 1,771 cases, 12 deaths
Saudi Arabia - 1,720 cases, 16 deaths
Indonesia - 1,677 cases, 157 deaths
Finland - 1,446 cases, 17 deaths
Greece - 1,415 cases, 51 deaths
South Africa - 1,380 cases, 5 deaths
Peru - 1,32 cases, 47 deaths
Dominican Republic - 1,284 cases, 57 deaths
Iceland - 1,220 cases, 2 deaths
Mexico - 1,215 cases, 37 deaths
Panama - 1,181 cases, 30 deaths
Colombia - 1,065 cases, 17 deaths
Serbia - 1,060 cases, 28 deaths
Argentina - 1,133 cases, 33 deaths
Singapore - 1,049 cases, 4 deaths
Croatia - 963 cases, 6 deaths
Algeria - 847 cases, 58 deaths
Slovenia - 841 cases, 15 deaths
Qatar - 949 cases, 3 deaths
United Arab Emirates - 814 cases, 8 deaths
Ukraine - 794 cases, 20 deaths
Egypt - 779 cases, 52 deaths
Estonia - 779 cases, 5 deaths
Iraq - 728 cases, 52 deaths
New Zealand - 797 cases, 1 death
Morocco - 642 cases, 39 deaths
Lithuania - 581 cases, 8 deaths
Armenia - 571 cases, 4 deaths
Bahrain - 569 cases, 4 deaths
Hungary - 525 cases, 20 deaths
Lebanon - 479 cases, 14 deaths
Bosnia and Herzegovina - 457 cases, 13 deaths
Latvia - 446 cases
Moldova - 423 cases, 5 deaths
Tunisia - 423 cases, 12 deaths
Bulgaria - 422 cases, 10 deaths
Slovakia - 400 cases, 1 death
Andorra - 390 cases, 14 deaths
Kazakhstan - 402 cases, 3 deaths
Costa Rica - 375 cases, 2 deaths
Azerbaijan - 359 cases, 5 deaths
North Macedonia - 354 cases, 11 deaths
Uruguay - 338 cases, 2 deaths
Taiwan - 329 cases, 5 deaths
Cyprus - 320 cases, 9 deaths
Kuwait - 317 cases
Burkina Faso - 282 cases, 16 deaths
Jordan - 278 cases, 5 deaths
Albania - 259 cases, 15 deaths
Afghanistan - 239 cases, 4 deaths
San Marino - 236 cases, 26 deaths
Cameroon - 233 cases, 6 deaths
Vietnam - 218 cases
Cuba - 212 cases, 6 deaths
Oman - 210 cases, 1 death
Ghana - 195 cases, 5 deaths
Senegal - 190 cases, 1 death
Malta - 188 cases
Uzbekistan - 181 cases, 2 deaths
Ivory Coast - 179 cases, 1 death
Nigeria - 174 cases, 2 deaths
Honduras - 172 cases, 10 deaths
Belarus - 163 cases, 2 deaths
Mauritius - 161 cases, 6 deaths
Sri Lanka - 146 cases, 3 deaths
Venezuela - 143 cases, 3 deaths
Occupied Palestinian Territories - 134 cases, 1 death
Brunei - 131 cases, 1 death
Montenegro - 123 cases, 2 deaths
Georgia - 117 cases
Bolivia - 115 cases, 7 deaths
Kosovo - 112 cases, 1 death
Kyrgyzstan - 111 cases
Cambodia - 109 cases
Democratic Republic of the Congo - 109 cases, 9 deaths
Trinidad and Tobago - 89 cases, 5 deaths
Rwanda - 82 cases
Kenya - 81 cases, 1 death
Paraguay - 69 cases, 3 deaths
Liechtenstein - 68 cases
Madagascar - 57 cases
Monaco - 55 cases, 1 death
Bangladesh - 54 cases, 6 deaths
Uganda - 44 cases
Guatemala - 39 cases, 1 death
Jamaica - 38 cases, 2 deaths
Togo - 36 cases, 2 deaths
Zambia - 36 cases
Barbados - 34 cases
Niger - 34 cases, 3 deaths
Djibouti - 33 cases
El Salvador - 32 cases, 1 death
Mali - 31 cases, 3 deaths
Guinea - 30 cases
Ethiopia - 29 cases
Tanzania - 20 cases, 1 death
Republic of the Congo - 19 cases
Maldives - 19 cases
Gabon - 18 cases, 1 death
Haiti - 16 cases
Bahamas - 15 cases
Myanmar - 15 cases, 1 death
Equatorial Guinea - 15 cases
Eritrea - 15 cases
Mongolia - 14 cases
Namibia - 14 cases
Saint Lucia - 13 cases
Dominica - 12 cases
Guyana - 12 cases, 2 deaths
Laos - 10 cases
Libya - 10 cases
Mozambique - 10 cases
Seychelles - 10 cases
Suriname - 10 cases
Syria - 10 cases, 2 deaths
Benin - 9 cases
Eswatini - 9 cases
Grenada - 9 cases
Guinea-Bassau - 8 cases
Saint Kittis and Nevis - 8 cases
Zimbabwe - 8 cases, 1 death
Angola - 7 cases, 2 deaths
Antigua and Barbuda - 7 cases
Chad - 7 cases
Sudan - 7 cases, 2 deaths
Cape Verde - 6 cases, 1 death
Vatican - 6 cases
Liberia - 6 cases
Mauritania - 6 cases, 1 death
Fiji - 5 cases
Nepal - 5 cases
Nicaragua - 5 cases, 1 death
Somalia - 5 cases
Bhutan - 4 cases
Botswana - 4 cases
Gambia - 4 cases, 1 death
Belize - 3 cases
Central African Republic - 3 cases
Malawi - 3 cases
Burundi - 2 cases
Papua New Guinea - 1 case
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 1 case
East Timor - 1 case
Sierra Leone - 1 case

More than 55,000 people have died from COVID-19, as the illness is officially known, while over 1,013,000 infections have been confirmed in at least 180 countries and territories. More than 205,000 people have recovered from the coronavirus. The coronavirus pandemic death toll in Spain passed 10,000 on Thursday, as the country reported its highest single-day number of deaths since the outbreak began with the total rising by more than 1,000 to 10,348 among 112,065 infections.
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