Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases? | News


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 239,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while some 3.3 million infections have been confirmed in at least 187 countries and territories. More than one million people have recovered to date.

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

United States – 1,104,161 cases, 65,068 deaths 

Spain – 213,453 cases, 24,543 deaths

Italy – 207,428 cases, 28,236 deaths

United Kingdom – 178,689 cases, 27,583 deaths

France – 167,305 cases, 24,628 deaths

Germany – 164,077 cases, 6,736 deaths

Russia – 124,054 cases, 1,222 deaths 

Turkey – 122,392 cases, 3,258 deaths

Iran – 95,646 cases, 6,091 deaths 

Brazil – 92,202 cases, 6,412 deaths

China – 83,959 cases, 4,637 deaths

Canada – 56,343 cases, 3,537 deaths

Belgium – 49,517 cases, 7,765 deaths

Peru – 40,459 cases, 1,124 deaths

Netherlands – 39,989 cases, 4,909 deaths

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India – 37,336 cases, 1,223 deaths

Switzerland – 29,705 cases, 1,754 deaths

Ecuador – 26,336 cases, 1,063 deaths

Portugal – 25,351 cases, 1,007 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 24,097 cases, 169 deaths

Sweden – 21,520 cases, 2,653 deaths

Ireland – 20,833 cases,  1,265 deaths

Mexico – 20,739 cases, 1,972 deaths

Pakistan – 18,114 cases, 417 deaths 

Singapore – 17,548 cases, 16 deaths

Chile – 17,008 cases, 234 deaths

Israel – 16,152 cases, 227 deaths

Austria – 15,531 cases, 589 deaths

Belarus – 14,917 cases, 93 deaths

Qatar – 14,872 cases, 12 deaths

Japan – 14,305 cases, 455 deaths

Poland – 13,105 cases, 651 deaths 

United Arab Emirates – 13,038 cases, 111 deaths

Romania – 12,567 cases, 744 deaths

Ukraine – 11,411 cases, 279 deaths

South Korea – 10,780 cases, 250 deaths

Indonesia – 10,551 cases, 800 deaths

Denmark – 9,509 cases, 460 deaths

Serbia – 9,009 cases, 179 deaths

Philippines –  8,928 cases, 603 deaths

Bangladesh – 8,790 cases, 175 deaths

Norway – 7,783 cases, 210 deaths

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Czech Republic – 7,740 cases, 241 deaths 

Dominican Republic – 7,288 cases, 313 deaths

Colombia – 7,006 cases, 314 deaths

Australia – 6,781 cases, 93 deaths

Panama – 6,720 cases, 192 deaths

Malaysia – 6,176 cases, 103 deaths

South Africa – 5,951 cases, 116 deaths

Egypt – 5,895 cases, 406 deaths

Finland – 5,176 cases, 218 deaths

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Morocco – 4,569 cases, 171 deaths

Argentina – 4,532 cases, 225 deaths 

Kuwait – 4,377 cases, 30 deaths

Algeria – 4,154 cases, 453 deaths 

Moldova – 3,980 cases, 122 deaths

Luxembourg – 3,802 cases, 92 deaths

Kazakhstan – 3,785 cases, 25 deaths

Bahrain – 3,170 cases, 8 deaths 

Thailand – 2,966 cases, 54 deaths

Hungary – 2,942 cases, 335 deaths

Greece – 2,612 cases, 140 deaths

Oman – 2,483 cases, 11 deaths

Afghanistan – 2,469 cases, 72 deaths

Armenia – 2,273 cases, 33 deaths

Nigeria – 2,170 cases, 68 deaths

Iraq – 2,153 cases, 94 deaths

Uzbekistan – 2,094 cases, 9 deaths

Croatia – 2,085 cases, 75 deaths

Ghana – 2,074 cases, 17 deaths 

Azerbaijan – 1,854 cases, 25 deaths

Cameroon – 1,832 cases, 61 deaths

Iceland – 1,798 cases, 10 deaths

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 1,781 cases, 70 deaths

Estonia – 1,699 cases, 53 deaths

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Bulgaria – 1,588 cases, 69 deaths

Cuba – 1,537 cases, 64 deaths

Guinea – 1,537 cases, 7 deaths

New Zealand – 1,485 cases, 20 deaths

North Macedonia – 1,494 cases, 81 deaths

Slovenia – 1,434 cases, 92 deaths

Slovakia – 1,407 cases, 24 deaths

Lithuania – 1,406 cases, 46 deaths

Ivory Coast – 1,333 cases, 15 deaths 

Bolivia – 1,229 cases, 66 deaths

Djibouti – 1,097 cases, 2 deaths

Senegal – 1,024 cases, 9 deaths

Tunisia – 998 cases, 41 deaths

Honduras – 899 cases, 75 deaths

Latvia – 871 cases, 16 deaths

Cyprus – 857 cases, 15 deaths

Kosovo – 806 cases, 22 deaths

Albania – 782 cases, 31 deaths

Kyrgyzstan – 769 cases, 8 deaths

Andorra – 745 cases, 42 deaths

Lebanon – 729 cases, 24 deaths

Niger – 719 cases, 32 deaths

Costa Rica – 725 cases, 6 deaths

Sri Lanka – 690 cases, 7 deaths

Burkina Faso – 649 cases, 44 deaths

Uruguay – 643 cases, 17 deaths

Guatemala – 644 cases, 16 deaths

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 604 cases, 32 deaths

Somalia – 601 cases, 28 deaths

Georgia – 582 cases, 8 deaths

San Marino – 580 cases, 41 deaths

Sudan – 533 cases, 36 deaths

Mali – 508 cases, 26 deaths 

Maldives – 491 cases, 1 death

Tanzania – 480 cases, 16 deaths

Malta – 467 cases, 4 deaths

Jordan – 459 cases, 8 deaths

El Salvador – 446 cases, 10 deaths

Jamaica – 432 cases, 8 deaths

Taiwan – 432 cases, 6 deaths

Kenya – 411 cases, 21 deaths

Occupied Palestinian territories – 353 cases, 2 deaths

Venezuela – 335 cases, 10 deaths

Paraguay – 333 cases, 10 deaths

Mauritius – 332 cases, 10 deaths

Montenegro – 322 cases, 10 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 315 cases, 1 death

Gabon – 276 cases, 3 deaths 

Vietnam – 270 cases

Guinea-Bissau – 257 cases, 1 death

Rwanda – 249 cases

Republic of the Congo – 229 cases, 9 deaths

Liberia – 152 cases, 18 deaths

Myanmar – 151 cases, 6 deaths

Brunei – 138 cases, 1 death

Sierra Leone – 136 cases, 7 deaths

Ethiopia – 133 cases, 3 deaths

Madagascar – 132 cases

Togo – 123 cases, 9 deaths

Cape Verde – 122 cases, 1 death

Cambodia – 122 cases

Trinidad and Tobago – 116 cases, 8 deaths

Zambia – 109 cases, 3 deaths 

Eswatini – 106 cases, 1 death

Monaco – 95 cases, 4 deaths

Benin – 90 cases, 2 death

Haiti – 85 cases, 8 deaths

Uganda – 85 cases

Bahamas – 82 cases, 11 deaths

Guyana – 82 cases, 9 deaths

Liechtenstein – 82 cases, 1 death

Barbados – 81 cases, 7 deaths

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Mozambique – 79 cases

Chad – 73 cases, 5 deaths

Central African Republic – 72 cases

Libya – 63 cases, 3 deaths

Nepal – 59 cases

South Sudan – 45 cases

Syria – 44 cases, 3 deaths

Zimbabwe – 40 cases, 4 deaths

Eritrea – 39 cases

Mongolia – 39 cases

Malawi – 37 cases, 3 deaths

Tajikistan – 32 cases

Angola – 30 cases, 2 deaths

Antigua and Barbuda – 25 cases, 3 deaths

East Timor – 24 cases

Botswana – 23 cases, 1 death

Grenada – 20 cases

Laos – 19 cases

Belize – 18 cases, 2 deaths

Fiji – 18 cases

Saint Lucia – 17 cases

Dominica – 16 cases

Namibia – 16 cases

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 16 cases

Sao Tome and Principe – 16 cases, 1 death 

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 15 cases

Nicaragua – 14 cases, 3 deaths

Gambia – 12 cases, 1 death

Burundi – 11 cases, 1 death

Vatican – 11 cases

Seychelles – 11 cases

Suriname – 10 cases, 1 death

Mauritania – 8 cases, 1 death

Papua New Guinea – 8 cases

Bhutan – 7 cases

Yemen – 7 cases, 2 deaths

Western Sahara – 6 cases

Comoros – 1 case


SOURCE:
Al Jazeera and news agencies





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