Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

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 893,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while over 27.3 million infections have been confirmed in at least 188 countries and territories. More than 18.3 million people have recovered to date.

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

United States – 6,300,622 cases, 189,208 deaths India – 4,280,422 cases, 72,775 deaths Brazil – 4,147,794 cases, 126,960 deaths Russia – 1,027,334 cases, 17,818 deaths Peru – 689,977 cases, 29,838 deaths Colombia – 666,521 cases, 21,412 deaths South Africa – 639,362 cases, 15,004 deaths Mexico – 637,509 cases, 67,781 deaths Spain – 525,549 cases, 29,516 deaths Argentina – 488,007 cases, 10,129 deaths Chile – 424,274 cases, 11,652 deaths Iran – 388,810 cases, 22,410 deaths France – 367,174 cases, 30,733 deaths United Kingdom – 352,454 cases, 41,643 deaths Bangladesh – 327,359 cases, 4,516 deaths Saudi Arabia – 321,456 cases, 4,107 deaths Pakistan – 299,233 cases, 6,350 deaths Turkey – 281,509 cases, 6,730 deaths Italy – 278,784 cases, 35,553 deaths Iraq – 264,684 cases, 7,589 deaths

Germany – 253,626 cases, 9,331 deaths Philippines – 238,727 cases, 3,890 deaths Indonesia – 196,989 cases, 8,130 deaths Ukraine – 141,424 cases, 2,930 deaths Netherlands – 138,126 cases, 6,278 deaths Canada – 134,296 cases, 9,197 deaths Israel – 133,975 cases, 1,026 deaths Bolivia – 121,604 cases, 7,054 deaths Qatar – 120,348 cases, 205 deaths Ecuador – 118,045 cases, 10,576 deaths Kazakhstan – 106,425 cases, 1,588 deaths Egypt – 100,041 cases, 5,541 deaths Dominican Republic – 99,898 cases, 1,864 deaths Panama – 97,578 cases, 2,099 deaths Romania – 95,897 cases, 3,926 deaths China – 94,307 cases, 4,732 deaths Kuwait – 90,387 cases, 546 deaths Belgium – 88,769 cases, 9,996 deaths Oman – 87,328 cases, 734 deaths Sweden – 85,558 cases, 5,837 deaths Guatemala – 77,828 cases, 2,862 deaths United Arab Emirates – 74,454 cases, 390 deaths Morocco – 73,780 cases, 1,394 deaths Belarus – 73,031 cases, 716 deaths Japan – 72,213 cases, 1,377 deaths Poland – 71,126 cases, 2,124 deaths Honduras – 64,814 cases, 2,023 deaths Portugal – 60,507 cases, 1,843 deaths Ethiopia – 59,648 cases, 933 deaths Singapore – 57,044 cases, 27 deaths

Bahrain – 56,076 cases, 200 deaths Nigeria – 55,160 cases, 1,061 deaths Venezuela – 54,350 cases, 436 deaths Costa Rica – 48,780 cases, 510 deaths Nepal – 47,236 cases, 300 deaths Algeria – 46,653 cases, 1,562 deaths Ghana – 44,869 cases, 283 deaths Armenia – 44,845 cases, 900 deaths Switzerland – 44,592 cases, 2,014 deaths Kyrgyzstan – 44,458 cases, 1,498 deaths Uzbekistan – 43,893 cases, 352 deaths Moldova – 40,055 cases, 1,074 deaths Afghanistan – 38,494 cases, 1,415 deaths Azerbaijan – 37,418 cases, 551 deaths Kenya – 35,205 cases, 599 deaths Serbia – 31,941 cases, 725 deaths Ireland – 29,774 cases, 1,777 deaths Austria – 29,561 cases, 746 deaths Czech Republic – 28,716 cases, 437 deaths Palestine – 26,779 cases, 184 deaths El Salvador – 26,413 cases, 764 deaths Australia – 26,386 cases, 771 deaths Paraguay – 23,353 cases, 449 deaths Bosnia and Herzegovina – 21,660 cases, 664 deaths Korea, South – 21,432 cases, 341 deaths

Lebanon – 20,826 cases, 200 deaths Cameroon – 19,604 cases, 415 deaths Libya – 18,834 cases, 296 deaths Cote d’Ivoire – 18,701 cases, 119 deaths Denmark – 18,540 cases, 628 deaths Bulgaria – 17,146 cases, 677 deaths Madagascar – 15,352 cases, 202 deaths North Macedonia – 15,127 cases, 623 deaths Senegal – 14,014 cases, 291 deaths Sudan – 13,437 cases, 833 deaths Zambia – 12,836 cases, 295 deaths Kosovo – 12,683 cases, 488 deaths Croatia – 12,081 cases, 201 deaths Greece – 11,663 cases, 289 deaths Norway – 11,521 cases, 264 deaths Albania – 10,406 cases, 319 deaths Democratic Republic of the Congo – 10,233 cases, 260 deaths Guinea – 9,816 cases, 62 deaths Malaysia – 9,459 cases, 128 deaths Hungary – 8,963 cases, 625 deaths Tajikistan – 8,824 cases, 70 deaths Namibia – 8,810 cases, 91 deaths Maldives – 8,667 cases, 29 deaths Gabon – 8,608 cases, 53 deaths Haiti – 8,376 cases, 214 deaths Finland – 8,327 cases, 336 deaths Luxembourg – 7,928 cases, 124 deaths Zimbabwe – 7,298 cases, 210 deaths Mauritania – 7,165 cases, 160 deaths Montenegro – 5,659 cases, 109 deaths Malawi – 5,621 cases, 176 deaths Djibouti – 5,388 cases, 61 deaths Tunisia – 5,124 cases, 94 deaths Equatorial Guinea – 4,985 cases, 83 deaths Congo – 4,891 cases, 102 deaths Eswatini – 4,884 cases, 94 deaths Central African Republic – 4,729 cases, 62 deaths Nicaragua – 4,668 cases, 141 deaths Slovakia – 4,636 cases, 37 deaths Mozambique – 4,557 cases, 27 deaths

Rwanda – 4,409 cases, 19 deaths Suriname – 4,360 cases, 91 deaths Cape Verde – 4,358 cases, 42 deaths Cuba – 4,352 cases, 102 deaths Uganda – 3,776 cases, 44 deaths Thailand – 3,446 cases, 58 deaths Somalia – 3,362 cases, 98 deaths Syria – 3,229 cases, 137 deaths Gambia – 3,197 cases, 99 deaths Slovenia – 3,190 cases, 135 deaths Jamaica – 3,183 cases, 34 deaths Sri Lanka – 3,123 cases, 12 deaths Lithuania – 3,100 cases, 86 deaths Angola – 2,981 cases, 120 deaths Mali – 2,870 cases, 127 deaths Bahamas – 2,546 cases, 58 deaths South Sudan – 2,545 cases, 48 deaths Estonia – 2,532 cases, 69 deaths Jordan – 2,478 cases, 17 deaths Trinidad and Tobago – 2,277 cases, 37 deaths Guinea-Bissau – 2,245 cases, 38 deaths Benin – 2,213 cases, 40 deaths Iceland – 2,143 cases, 10 deaths Botswana – 2,126 cases, 9 deaths Malta – 2,076 cases, 14 deaths Sierra Leone – 2,055 cases, 71 deaths Yemen – 1,989 cases, 573 deaths New Zealand – 1,782 cases, 24 deaths Uruguay – 1,693 cases, 45 deaths Georgia – 1,684 cases, 19 deaths Guyana – 1,560 cases, 47 deaths Burma – 1,518 cases, 8 deaths Cyprus – 1,510 cases, 22 deaths Togo – 1,493 cases, 33 deaths

Burkina Faso – 1,463 cases, 56 deaths Latvia – 1,429 cases, 35 deaths Liberia – 1,311 cases, 82 deaths Belize – 1,307 cases, 16 deaths Andorra – 1,261 cases, 53 deaths Niger – 1,177 cases, 69 deaths Lesotho – 1,148 cases, 31 deaths Vietnam – 1,049 cases, 35 deaths Chad – 1,040 cases, 79 deaths Sao Tome and Principe – 898 cases, 15 deaths San Marino – 735 cases, 42 deaths Tanzania – 509 cases, 21 deaths Papua New Guinea – 497 cases, 5 deaths Taiwan – 494 cases, 7 deaths Burundi – 466 cases, 1 death Comoros – 452 cases, 7 deaths Mauritius – 356 cases, 10 deaths Eritrea – 330 cases, 0 deaths Mongolia – 310 cases, 0 deaths Cambodia – 274 cases, 0 deaths Bhutan – 233 cases, 0 deaths Barbados – 179 cases, 7 deaths Monaco – 154 cases, 4 deaths Brunei – 145 cases, 3 deaths Seychelles – 137 cases, 0 deaths Liechtenstein – 107 cases, 2 deaths Antigua and Barbuda – 95 cases, 3 deaths Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 62 cases, 0 deaths Fiji – 31 cases, 2 deaths Timor-Leste – 27 cases, 0 deaths Saint Lucia – 26 cases, 0 deaths Grenada – 24 cases, 0 deaths Dominica – 22 cases, 0 deaths Laos – 22 cases, 0 deaths Saint Kitts and Nevis – 17 cases, 0 deaths Holy See – 12 cases, 0 deaths Western Sahara – 10 cases, 1 death