Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

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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 727,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while more than 19.69 million infections have been confirmed in at least 188 countries and territories. Over 11.93 million people have recovered to date.

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

United States – 5,017,150 cases, 162,635 deaths

Brazil – 3,012,412 cases, 100,477 deaths

India – 2,153,010 cases, 43,379 deaths

Russia – 880,563 cases, 14,827 deaths

South Africa – 553,188 cases, 10,210 deaths

Mexico – 475,902 cases, 52,006 deaths

Peru – 463,875 cases, 20,649 deaths

Colombia – 376,870 cases, 12,540 deaths

Chile – 371,023 cases, 10,011 deaths

Iran – 324,692 cases, 18,264 deaths

Spain – 314,362 cases, 28,752 deaths

United Kingdom – 311,461 cases, 46,652 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 287,262 cases, 3,130 deaths

Pakistan – 283,487 cases, 6,068 deaths

Bangladesh – 255,113 cases, 3,365 deaths

Italy – 250,103 cases, 35,203 deaths

Argentina – 241,811 cases, 4,523 deaths

Turkey – 239,622 cases, 5,829 deaths

France – 235,277 cases, 30,328 deaths

Germany – 216,903 cases, 9,201 deaths

Iraq – 147,389 cases, 5,310 deaths

Philippines – 126,885 cases, 2,209 deaths

Indonesia – 123,503 cases, 5,658 deaths

Canada – 121,149 cases, 9,025 deaths

Qatar – 112,650 cases, 182 deaths

Kazakhstan – 98,701 cases, 1,058 deaths

Egypt – 95,314 cases, 4,992 deaths

Ecuador – 93,572 cases, 5,916 deaths

Bolivia – 89,055 cases, 3,587 deaths

China – 88,677 cases, 4,681 deaths

Israel – 82,324 cases, 593 deaths

Sweden – 82,323 cases, 5,766 deaths

Ukraine – 81,534 cases, 1,906 deaths

Oman – 81,357 cases, 509 deaths

Dominican Republic – 78,778 cases, 1,289 deaths

Panama – 73,651 cases, 1,609 deaths

Belgium – 73,401 cases, 9,870 deaths

Kuwait – 71,199 cases, 474 deaths

Belarus – 68,738 cases, 585 deaths

United Arab Emirates – 62,300 cases, 356 deaths

Romania – 60,623 cases, 2,659 deaths

Netherlands – 58,717 cases, 6,180 deaths

Guatemala – 56,189 cases, 2,197 deaths

Singapore – 54,929 cases, 27 deaths

Portugal – 52,537 cases, 1,750 deaths

Poland – 51,167 cases, 1,800 deaths

Japan – 47,342 cases, 1,042 deaths

Honduras – 46,973 cases, 1,476 deaths

Nigeria – 46,140 cases, 942 deaths

Bahrain – 43,629 cases, 161 deaths

INTERACTIVE: Covid-19 Social distancing

Ghana – 40,533 cases, 206 deaths

Armenia – 40,185 cases, 785 deaths

Kyrgyzstan – 39,571 cases, 1,459 deaths

Afghanistan – 37,054 cases, 1,312 deaths

Switzerland – 36,451 cases, 1,986 deaths

Algeria – 34,693 cases, 1,293 deaths

Azerbaijan – 33,481 cases, 488 deaths

Morocco – 32,007 cases, 480 deaths

Uzbekistan – 29,652 cases, 187 deaths

Serbia – 27,863 cases, 632 deaths

Moldova – 27,443 cases, 841 deaths

Ireland – 26,644 cases, 1,772 deaths

Kenya – 25,837 cases, 418 deaths

Venezuela – 24,961 cases, 215 deaths

Costa Rica – 22,802 cases, 228 deaths

Nepal – 22,592 cases, 73 deaths

Ethiopia – 22,253 cases, 390 deaths

Austria – 21,919 cases, 721 deaths

Australia – 21,112 cases, 296 deaths

El Salvador – 19,978 cases, 536 deaths

Czech Republic – 18,235 cases, 390 deaths

Cameroon – 18,042 cases, 395 deaths

Cote d’Ivoire – 16,620 cases, 104 deaths

Denmark – 14,751 cases, 617 deaths

Korea, South – 14,598 cases, 305 deaths

INTERACTIVE: Covid-19 Flattening the curve

Palestine – 13,928 cases, 96 deaths

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 13,687 cases, 394 deaths

Bulgaria – 13,343 cases, 445 deaths

Madagascar – 12,922 cases, 141 deaths

Sudan – 11,894 cases, 773 deaths

North Macedonia – 11,754 cases, 523 deaths

Senegal – 11,003 cases, 229 deaths

Kosovo – 9,869 cases, 303 deaths

Norway – 9,599 cases, 256 deaths

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 9,436 cases, 218 deaths

Malaysia – 9,070 cases, 125 deaths

Gabon – 7,923 cases, 51 deaths

Zambia – 7,903 cases, 203 deaths

Guinea – 7,875 cases, 50 deaths

Tajikistan – 7,706 cases, 62 deaths

Haiti – 7,611 cases, 182 deaths

Finland – 7,568 cases, 331 deaths

Luxembourg – 7,169 cases, 120 deaths

Paraguay – 6,705 cases, 72 deaths

Mauritania – 6,510 cases, 157 deaths

Albania – 6,275 cases, 193 deaths

Lebanon – 6,223 cases, 78 deaths

Croatia – 5,543 cases, 157 deaths

Greece – 5,421 cases, 211 deaths

Djibouti – 5,338 cases, 59 deaths

Libya – 5,232 cases, 113 deaths

Maldives – 4,898 cases, 19 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 4,821 cases, 83 deaths

Hungary – 4,653 cases, 602 deaths

Central African Republic – 4,641 cases, 59 deaths

Malawi – 4,624 cases, 143 deaths

Zimbabwe – 4,575 cases, 102 deaths

Nicaragua – 3,902 cases, 123 deaths

Congo – 3,664 cases, 58 deaths

Montenegro – 3,588 cases, 62 deaths

Thailand – 3,348 cases, 58 deaths

Somalia – 3,227 cases, 93 deaths

Eswatini – 3,128 cases, 56 deaths

Cuba – 2,888 cases, 88 deaths

Sri Lanka – 2,841 cases, 11 deaths

COVID Symptoms

Cape Verde – 2,835 cases, 32 deaths

Namibia – 2,802 cases, 16 deaths

Slovakia – 2,566 cases, 31 deaths

Mali – 2,565 cases, 125 deaths

South Sudan – 2,463 cases, 47 deaths

Suriname – 2,306 cases, 29 deaths

Slovenia – 2,247 cases, 126 deaths

Mozambique – 2,241 cases, 16 deaths

Lithuania – 2,231 cases, 81 deaths

Estonia – 2,147 cases, 69 deaths

Rwanda – 2,134 cases, 6 deaths

Guinea-Bissau – 2,052 cases, 29 deaths

Iceland – 1,955 cases, 10 deaths

Benin – 1,936 cases, 38 deaths

Sierra Leone – 1,895 cases, 68 deaths

Yemen – 1,797 cases, 512 deaths

Tunisia – 1,678 cases, 51 deaths

Angola – 1,572 cases, 70 deaths

New Zealand – 1,569 cases, 22 deaths

Uruguay – 1,335 cases, 37 deaths

Latvia – 1,288 cases, 32 deaths

Uganda – 1,267 cases, 6 deaths

Jordan – 1,246 cases, 11 deaths

Liberia – 1,234 cases, 79 deaths

Cyprus – 1,233 cases, 19 deaths

Georgia – 1,216 cases, 17 deaths

Burkina Faso – 1,175 cases, 54 deaths

Niger – 1,157 cases, 69 deaths

Syria – 1,125 cases, 50 deaths

Gambia – 1,090 cases, 19 deaths

Togo – 1,046 cases, 23 deaths

Malta – 1,035 cases, 9 deaths

Jamaica – 1,003 cases, 13 deaths

Andorra – 955 cases, 52 deaths

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Chad – 942 cases, 76 deaths

Bahamas – 878 cases, 14 deaths

Sao Tome and Principe – 878 cases, 15 deaths

Vietnam – 812 cases, 10 deaths

Botswana – 804 cases, 2 deaths

Lesotho – 742 cases, 23 deaths

San Marino – 699 cases, 42 deaths

Guyana – 554 cases, 22 deaths

Tanzania – 509 cases, 21 deaths

Taiwan – 479 cases, 7 deaths

Burundi – 405 cases, 1 death

Comoros – 399 cases, 7 deaths

Burma – 359 cases, 6 deaths

Mauritius – 344 cases, 10 deaths

Mongolia – 293 cases, 0 deaths

Eritrea – 285 cases, 0 deaths

Trinidad and Tobago – 275 cases, 8 deaths

Cambodia – 248 cases, 0 deaths

Papua New Guinea – 188 cases, 3 deaths

Belize – 146 cases, 2 deaths

Brunei – 142 cases, 3 deaths

Barbados – 138 cases, 7 deaths

Monaco – 131 cases, 4 deaths

Seychelles – 126 cases, 0 deaths

Bhutan – 108 cases, 0 deaths

Antigua and Barbuda – 92 cases, 3 deaths

Liechtenstein – 89 cases, 2 deaths

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 56 cases, 0 deaths

Fiji – 27 cases, 1 death

Saint Lucia – 25 cases, 0 deaths

Timor-Leste – 25 cases, 0 deaths

Grenada – 24 cases, 0 deaths

Laos – 20 cases, 0 deaths

Dominica – 18 cases, 0 deaths

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 17 cases, 0 deaths

Holy See – 12 cases, 0 deaths

Western Sahara – 10 cases, 1 death


SOURCE:
Al Jazeera and news agencies



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