Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

More than 30 million infections confirmed in 188 countries and territories, with over 957,000 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 957,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while over 30.8 million infections have been confirmed in at least 188 countries and territories. More than 21 million people have recovered to date.

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

    United States - 6,723,933 cases, 198,570 deaths

    India - 5,214,677 cases, 84,372 deaths

    Brazil - 4,495,183 cases, 135,793 deaths

    Russia - 1,086,955 cases, 19,128 deaths

    Colombia - 750,471 cases, 23,665 deaths

    Peru - 750,098 cases, 31,146 deaths

    Mexico - 688,954 cases, 72,803 deaths

    South Africa - 657,627 cases, 15,857 deaths

    Spain - 640,040 cases, 30,495 deaths

    Argentina - 613,658 cases, 12,656 deaths

    France - 467,421 cases, 31,257 deaths

    Chile - 442,827 cases, 12,199 deaths

    Iran - 416,198 cases, 23,952 deaths

    United Kingdom - 388,416 cases, 41,821 deaths

    Bangladesh - 345,805 cases, 4,881 deaths

    Saudi Arabia - 328,720 cases, 4,430 deaths

    Iraq - 311,690 cases, 8,408 deaths

    Pakistan - 305,031 cases, 6,415 deaths

    Turkey - 299,810 cases, 7,377 deaths

    Italy - 294,932 cases, 35,668 deaths

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    Philippines - 279,526 cases, 4,830 deaths

    Germany - 271,247 cases, 9,386 deaths

    Indonesia - 236,519 cases, 9,336 deaths

    Israel - 179,071 cases, 1,196 deaths

    Ukraine - 173,703 cases, 3,535 deaths

    Netherlands - 153,769 cases, 6,318 deaths

    Canada - 144,054 cases, 9,257 deaths

    Bolivia - 130,051 cases, 7,550 deaths

    Ecuador - 124,129 cases, 11,044 deaths

    Qatar - 122,917 cases, 209 deaths

    Romania - 110,217 cases, 4,360 deaths

    Kazakhstan - 107,199 cases, 1,671 deaths

    Dominican Republic - 106,732 cases, 2,034 deaths

    Panama - 104,879 cases, 2,229 deaths

    Egypt - 101,772 cases, 5,733 deaths

    Belgium - 99,649 cases, 9,996 deaths

    Kuwait - 98,528 cases, 580 deaths

    Morocco - 97,264 cases, 1,755 deaths

    China - 94,540 cases, 4,737 deaths

    Oman - 91,753 cases, 818 deaths

    Sweden - 88,237 cases, 5,865 deaths

    Guatemala - 84,344 cases, 3,076 deaths

    United Arab Emirates - 83,433 cases, 403 deaths

    Japan - 78,061 cases, 1,500 deaths

    Poland - 77,328 cases, 2,270 deaths

    Belarus - 75,230 cases, 773 deaths

    Honduras - 70,611 cases, 2,146 deaths

    Ethiopia - 67,515 cases, 1,072 deaths

    Portugal - 67,176 cases, 1,894 deaths

    Venezuela - 65,174 cases, 530 deaths

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    Bahrain - 63,879 cases, 220 deaths

    Costa Rica - 62,374 cases, 686 deaths

    Nepal - 61,593 cases, 390 deaths

    Singapore - 57,543 cases, 27 deaths

    Nigeria - 56,956 cases, 1,094 deaths

    Uzbekistan - 50,253 cases, 419 deaths

    Algeria - 49,413 cases, 1,659 deaths

    Switzerland - 49,283 cases, 2,045 deaths

    Armenia - 46,910 cases, 926 deaths

    Czech Republic - 46,262 cases, 495 deaths

    Ghana - 45,760 cases, 295 deaths

    Moldova - 45,648 cases, 1,186 deaths

    Kyrgyzstan - 45,244 cases, 1,498 deaths

    Azerbaijan - 38,894 cases, 572 deaths

    Afghanistan - 38,883 cases, 1,437 deaths

    Kenya - 36,724 cases, 646 deaths

    Austria - 36,661 cases, 763 deaths

    Palestine - 34,401 cases, 250 deaths

    Serbia - 32,757 cases, 739 deaths

    Ireland - 32,271 cases, 1,792 deaths

    Paraguay - 32,127 cases, 611 deaths

    Lebanon - 27,518 cases, 281 deaths

    El Salvador - 27,346 cases, 804 deaths

    Australia - 26,895 cases, 845 deaths

    Libya - 26,438 cases, 418 deaths

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    Bosnia and Herzegovina - 24,897 cases, 752 deaths

    Korea, South - 22,893 cases, 378 deaths

    Denmark - 22,291 cases, 635 deaths

    Cameroon - 20,371 cases, 416 deaths

    Cote d'Ivoire - 19,200 cases, 120 deaths

    Bulgaria - 18,733 cases, 753 deaths

    North Macedonia - 16,417 cases, 683 deaths

    Hungary - 16,111 cases, 669 deaths

    Madagascar - 15,971 cases, 217 deaths

    Greece - 14,738 cases, 327 deaths

    Senegal - 14,645 cases, 301 deaths

    Croatia - 14,513 cases, 244 deaths

    Zambia - 14,022 cases, 329 deaths

    Sudan - 13,535 cases, 836 deaths

    Norway - 12,769 cases, 267 deaths

    Kosovo - 12,683 cases, 488 deaths

    Albania - 12,073 cases, 353 deaths

    Democratic Republic of the Congo - 10,456 cases, 268 deaths

    Guinea - 10,231 cases, 63 deaths

    Namibia - 10,207 cases, 108 deaths

    Malaysia - 10,147 cases, 129 deaths

    Maldives - 9,568 cases, 33 deaths

    Tajikistan - 9,259 cases, 73 deaths

    Finland - 8,858 cases, 339 deaths

    Gabon - 8,696 cases, 53 deaths

    Haiti - 8,600 cases, 221 deaths

    Tunisia - 8,570 cases, 133 deaths

    Luxembourg - 7,928 cases, 124 deaths

    Montenegro - 7,711 cases, 133 deaths

    Zimbabwe - 7,647 cases, 224 deaths

    Mauritania - 7,361 cases, 161 deaths

    Mozambique - 6,264 cases, 40 deaths

    Slovakia - 6,256 cases, 39 deaths

    Malawi - 5,716 cases, 179 deaths

    Uganda - 5,594 cases, 61 deaths

    Djibouti - 5,403 cases, 61 deaths

    Eswatini - 5,215 cases, 103 deaths

    Cape Verde - 5,141 cases, 50 deaths

    Cuba - 5,004 cases, 111 deaths

    Equatorial Guinea - 5,002 cases, 83 deaths

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    Congo - 4,980 cases, 114 deaths

    Nicaragua - 4,961 cases, 147 deaths

    Central African Republic - 4,786 cases, 62 deaths

    Suriname - 4,691 cases, 96 deaths

    Rwanda - 4,671 cases, 25 deaths

    Burma - 4,621 cases, 75 deaths

    Jamaica - 4,571 cases, 55 deaths

    Jordan - 4,344 cases, 29 deaths

    Slovenia - 4,195 cases, 140 deaths

    Angola - 3,848 cases, 147 deaths

    Syria - 3,731 cases, 168 deaths

    Trinidad and Tobago - 3,651 cases, 60 deaths

    Lithuania - 3,565 cases, 87 deaths

    Thailand - 3,497 cases, 58 deaths

    Gambia - 3,485 cases, 108 deaths

    Somalia - 3,390 cases, 98 deaths

    Sri Lanka - 3,281 cases, 13 deaths

    Bahamas - 3,177 cases, 69 deaths

    Georgia - 3,119 cases, 19 deaths

    Mali - 2,991 cases, 128 deaths

    Estonia - 2,814 cases, 69 deaths

    Malta - 2,634 cases, 17 deaths

    South Sudan - 2,609 cases, 49 deaths

    Botswana - 2,567 cases, 13 deaths

    Guinea-Bissau - 2,303 cases, 39 deaths

    Benin - 2,280 cases, 40 deaths

    Iceland - 2,230 cases, 10 deaths

    Sierra Leone - 2,153 cases, 72 deaths

    Guyana - 2,102 cases, 62 deaths

    Yemen - 2,024 cases, 585 deaths

    Uruguay - 1,890 cases, 46 deaths

    New Zealand - 1,811 cases, 25 deaths

    Burkina Faso - 1,797 cases, 56 deaths

    Togo - 1,640 cases, 41 deaths

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    Belize - 1,590 cases, 20 deaths

    Cyprus - 1,565 cases, 22 deaths

    Andorra - 1,564 cases, 53 deaths

    Latvia - 1,498 cases, 36 deaths

    Lesotho - 1,390 cases, 33 deaths

    Liberia - 1,334 cases, 82 deaths

    Niger - 1,183 cases, 69 deaths

    Chad - 1,147 cases, 81 deaths

    Vietnam - 1,068 cases, 35 deaths

    Sao Tome and Principe - 908 cases, 15 deaths

    San Marino - 735 cases, 42 deaths

    Papua New Guinea - 516 cases, 6 deaths

    Tanzania - 509 cases, 21 deaths

    Taiwan - 503 cases, 7 deaths

    Burundi - 473 cases, 1 death

    Comoros - 470 cases, 7 deaths

    Mauritius - 366 cases, 10 deaths

    Eritrea - 364 cases, 0 deaths

    Mongolia - 311 cases, 0 deaths

    Cambodia - 275 cases, 0 deaths

    Bhutan - 252 cases, 0 deaths

    Monaco - 191 cases, 4 deaths

    Barbados - 185 cases, 7 deaths

    Brunei - 145 cases, 3 deaths

    Seychelles - 141 cases, 0 deaths

    Liechtenstein - 112 cases, 2 deaths

    Antigua and Barbuda - 95 cases, 3 deaths

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 64 cases, 0 deaths

    Fiji - 32 cases, 2 deaths

    Saint Lucia - 27 cases, 0 deaths

    Timor-Leste - 27 cases, 0 deaths

    Dominica - 24 cases, 0 deaths

    Grenada - 24 cases, 0 deaths

    Laos - 23 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