Coronavirus: List Of Countries With Confirmed Cases, Number Death And Cure Rate

Over 1.4 million infections are confirmed in at least 184 countries and territories, including more than 81,000 deaths

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 81,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while some 1.4 million infections have been confirmed in at least 184 countries and territories. More than 290,000 people have recovered to date.
Here are the countries that have so far confirmed coronavirus cases:

United States – 386,800 cases, 12,021 deaths

Spain – 140,511 cases, 13,897 deaths

Italy – 135,586 cases, 17,127 deaths

France – 110,043 cases, 10,343 deaths

Germany – 106,739 cases, 1,942 deaths

China – 82,718 cases, 3,335 deaths

The total includes 41 cases in Macau and 765 cases – four deaths – in Hong Kong.

Iran – 62,589 cases, 3,872 deaths

United Kingdom – 55,940 cases, 6,171 deaths

Turkey – 34,109 cases, 725 deaths

Switzerland – 22,253 cases, 821 deaths

Belgium – 22,194 cases, 2,035 deaths

Netherlands – 19,709 cases, 2,108 deaths

Canada – 17,046 cases, 344 deaths

Austria – 12,616 cases, 243 deaths

Portugal – 12,442 cases, 345 deaths

Brazil – 12,377 cases, 582 deaths

South Korea – 10,331 cases, 192 deaths

Israel – 9,006 cases, 61 deaths

Sweden – 7,693 cases, 591 deaths

Russia – 7,497 cases, 58 deaths

Norway – 5,903 cases, 89 deaths

Australia – 5,895 cases, 45 deaths

Ireland – 5,709 cases, 210 deaths

India – 5,311 cases, 150 deaths

Denmark – 5,266 cases, 203 deaths

Chile – 5,116 cases, 43 deaths

Czech Republic – 4,944 cases, 88 deaths

Poland – 4,848 cases, 129 deaths

Romania – 4,417 cases, 197 deaths

Pakistan – 4,009 cases, 56 deaths

Malaysia – 3,963 cases, 63 deaths

Japan – 3,906 cases, 92 deaths

Philippines – 3,764 cases, 177 deaths

Ecuador – 3,747 cases, 191 deaths

Luxembourg – 2,970 cases, 44 deaths

Peru – 2,954 cases, 92 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 2,795 cases, 41 deaths

Indonesia – 2,738 cases, 221 deaths

Serbia – 2,447 cases, 61 deaths

Mexico – 2,439 cases, 125 deaths

United Arab Emirates – 2,359 cases, 12 deaths

Finland – 2,308 cases, 34 deaths

Thailand – 2,258 cases, 27 deaths

Panama – 2,100 cases, 55 deaths

Qatar – 2,057 cases, 6 deaths

Dominican Republic – 1,956 cases, 98 deaths

Greece – 1,832 cases, 81 deaths

South Africa – 1,749 cases, 13 deaths

Argentina – 1,628 cases, 56 deaths

Iceland – 1,586 cases, 6 deaths

Colombia – 1,579 cases, 46 deaths

Singapore – 1,481 cases, 6 deaths

Algeria – 1,468 cases, 193 deaths

Ukraine – 1,462 cases, 45 deaths

Egypt – 1,322 cases, 85 deaths

Croatia – 1,282 cases, 18 deaths

Morocco – 1,184 cases, 90 deaths

New Zealand – 1,160 cases, 1 death

Estonia – 1,149 cases, 21 deaths

Iraq – 1,122 cases, 65 deaths

Slovenia – 1,059 cases, 36 deaths

Moldova – 1,056 cases, 22 deaths

Lithuania – 880 cases, 15 deaths

Belarus – 861 cases, 13 deaths

Armenia – 853 cases, 8 deaths

Hungary – 817 cases, 47 deaths

Bahrain – 811 cases, 4 deaths

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 764 cases, 33 deaths

Kuwait – 743 cases, 1 death

Azerbaijan – 717 cases, 8 deaths

Kazakhstan – 697 cases, 6 deaths

Cameroon – 658 cases, 9 deaths

North Macedonia – 599 cases, 26 deaths

Tunisia – 596 cases, 23 deaths

Slovakia – 581 cases, 2 deaths

Bulgaria – 577 cases, 23 deaths

Latvia – 548 cases, 2 death

Lebanon – 548 cases, 19 deaths

Andorra – 525 cases, 21 deaths

Uzbekistan – 504 cases, 2 deaths

Cyprus – 494 cases, 9 deaths

Costa Rica – 467 cases, 2 deaths

Afghanistan – 423 cases, 14 deaths

Uruguay – 415 cases, 6 deaths

Cuba – 396 cases, 11 deaths

Albania – 383 cases, 22 deaths

Taiwan – 376 cases, 5 deaths

Oman – 371 cases, 2 deaths

Burkina Faso – 364 cases, 18 deaths

Jordan – 353 cases, 6 deaths

Ivory Coast – 323 cases, 3 death

Honduras – 305 cases, 22 deaths

Malta – 293 cases

Ghana – 287 cases, 5 deaths

San Marino – 277 cases, 32 deaths

Mauritius – 268 cases, 7 deaths

Occupied Palestinian Territories – 261 cases, 1 death

Niger – 253 cases, 10 deaths

Vietnam – 249 cases

Montenegro – 241 cases, 2 deaths

Nigeria – 238 cases, 5 deaths

Senegal – 237 cases, 2 deaths

Kyrgyzstan – 228 cases, 4 deaths

Georgia – 195 cases, 3 deaths

Bolivia – 194 cases, 14 deaths

Sri Lanka – 185 cases, 6 deaths

Kenya – 172 cases, 6 deaths

Venezuela – 165 cases, 7 deaths

Bangladesh – 164 cases, 17 deaths

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 161 cases, 18 deaths

Kosovo – 145 cases, 4 deaths

Brunei – 135 cases, 1 deaths

Guinea – 128 cases

Cambodia – 115 cases

Paraguay – 115 cases, 5 deaths

Trinidad and Tobago – 106 cases, 8 deaths

Rwanda – 105 cases

Djibouti – 90 cases

Madagascar – 82 cases

Monaco – 79 cases, 1 death

El Salvador – 78 cases, 4 deaths

Guatemala – 77 cases, 3 deaths

Liechtenstein – 77 cases, 1 death

Togo – 65 cases, 3 deaths

Barbados – 63 cases, 3 deaths

Jamaica – 59 cases, 3 deaths

Mali – 56 cases, 5 deaths

Ethiopia – 52 cases, 2 deaths

Uganda – 52 cases

Republic of the Congo – 45 cases, 5 deaths

Zambia – 39 cases, 1 death

Bahamas – 33 cases, 5 deaths

Guinea-Bissau – 33 cases

Eritrea – 31 cases

Guyana – 31 cases, 5 deaths

Gabon – 30 cases, 1 death

Benin – 26 cases, 1 death

Haiti – 24 cases, 1 death

Tanzania – 24 cases, 1 death

Myanmar – 22 cases, 1 death

Libya – 19 cases, 1 death

Maldives – 19 cases

Syria – 19 cases, 2 deaths

Angola – 16 cases, 2 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 16 cases

Namibia – 16 cases

Antigua and Barbuda – 15 cases

Dominica – 15 cases

Fiji – 15 cases

Mongolia – 15 cases

Laos – 14 cases

Liberia – 14 cases, 3 deaths

Saint Lucia – 14 cases

Sudan – 14 cases, 2 deaths

Grenada – 12 cases

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 11 cases

Seychelles – 11 cases

Eswatini – 10 cases

Mozambique – 10 cases

Suriname – 10 cases, 1 death

Zimbabwe – 10 cases, 1 death

Chad – 10 cases

Nepal – 9 cases

Central African Republic – 8 cases

Malawi – 8 cases, 1 death

Somalia – 8 cases

Belize – 7 cases, 1 death

Cape Verde – 7 cases, 1 death

Vatican City – 7 cases

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 7 cases

Botswana – 6 cases, 1 death

Mauritania – 6 cases, 1 death

Nicaragua – 6 cases, 1 death

Sierra Leone – 6 cases

Bhutan – 5 cases

Gambia – 4 cases, 1 death

Burundi – 3 cases

Papua New Guinea – 2 case

East Timor – 1 case

South Sudan – 1 case

Sources: ALJAZEERA

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