Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

More than 18.9 million infections confirmed in 188 countries and territories, including more than 710,000 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 710,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while more than 18 million infections have been confirmed in at least 188 countries and territories. Nearly 11 million people have recovered to date.

    More:

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

    United States - 4,867,916 cases, 159,841 deaths

    Brazil - 2,859,073 cases, 97,256 deaths

    India - 1,964,536 cases, 40,699 deaths

    Russia - 864,948 cases, 14,465 deaths

    South Africa - 529,877 cases, 9,298 deaths

    Mexico - 456,100 cases, 49,698 deaths

    Peru - 447,624 cases, 20,228 deaths

    Chile - 364,723 cases, 9,792 deaths

    Colombia - 345,714 cases, 11,624 deaths

    Iran - 317,483 cases, 17,802 deaths

    United Kingdom - 307,271 cases, 46,296 deaths

    Spain - 305,767 cases, 28,752 deaths

    Saudi Arabia - 282,824 cases, 3,020 deaths

    Pakistan - 281,136 cases, 6,014 deaths

    Italy - 248,803 cases, 35,181 deaths

    Bangladesh - 246,674 cases, 3,267 deaths

    Turkey - 236,112 cases, 5,784 deaths

    France - 228,663 cases, 30,300 deaths

    Argentina - 220,682 cases, 4,106 deaths

    Germany - 214,113 cases, 9,179 deaths

    INTERACTIVE: Coronavirus COVID-19 symptoms explainer

    Iraq - 137,556 cases, 5,094 deaths

    Canada - 120,034 cases, 9,011 deaths

    Indonesia - 116,871 cases, 5,452 deaths

    Philippines - 115,980 cases, 2,123 deaths

    Qatar - 111,805 cases, 178 deaths

    Kazakhstan - 95,942 cases, 1,058 deaths

    Egypt - 94,875 cases, 4,930 deaths

    Ecuador - 88,866 cases, 5,847 deaths

    China - 88,333 cases, 4,677 deaths

    Bolivia - 85,141 cases, 3,385 deaths

    Sweden - 81,540 cases, 5,760 deaths

    Oman - 80,286 cases, 488 deaths

    Israel - 77,919 cases, 565 deaths

    Ukraine - 77,169 cases, 1,813 deaths

    Dominican Republic - 75,660 cases, 1,222 deaths

    Belgium - 71,158 cases, 9,859 deaths

    Panama - 70,231 cases, 1,553 deaths

    Kuwait - 69,425 cases, 468 deaths

    Belarus - 68,376 cases, 577 deaths

    United Arab Emirates - 61,606 cases, 353 deaths

    Netherlands - 56,750 cases, 6,179 deaths

    Romania - 56,550 cases, 2,521 deaths

    Singapore - 54,254 cases, 27 deaths

    Guatemala - 53,509 cases, 2,072 deaths

    Portugal - 51,848 cases, 1,740 deaths

    Poland - 48,789 cases, 1,756 deaths

    Honduras - 45,098 cases, 1,423 deaths

    Nigeria - 44,890 cases, 927 deaths

    Japan - 42,686 cases, 1,028 deaths

    Bahrain - 42,514 cases, 154 deaths

    INTERACTIVE: Covid-19 Social distancing

    Armenia - 39,586 cases, 770 deaths

    Ghana - 39,075 cases, 199 deaths

    Kyrgyzstan - 38,110 cases, 1,438 deaths

    Afghanistan - 36,829 cases, 1,294 deaths

    Switzerland - 35,927 cases, 1,984 deaths

    Azerbaijan - 33,103 cases, 476 deaths

    Algeria - 33,055 cases, 1,261 deaths

    Morocco - 28,500 cases, 435 deaths

    Uzbekistan - 27,793 cases, 171 deaths

    Serbia - 27,033 cases, 614 deaths

    Ireland - 26,303 cases, 1,764 deaths

    Moldova - 26,222 cases, 823 deaths

    Kenya - 23,873 cases, 391 deaths

    Venezuela - 22,299 cases, 195 deaths

    Austria - 21,566 cases, 719 deaths

    Nepal - 21,390 cases, 60 deaths

    Costa Rica - 20,417 cases, 191 deaths

    Ethiopia - 20,336 cases, 356 deaths

    Australia - 19,891 cases, 256 deaths

    El Salvador - 18,701 cases, 498 deaths

    Cameroon - 17,718 cases, 391 deaths

    Czech Republic - 17,529 cases, 388 deaths

    Cote d'Ivoire - 16,349 cases, 103 deaths

    Korea, South - 14,499 cases, 302 deaths

    Denmark - 14,440 cases, 616 deaths

    INTERACTIVE: Covid-19 Flattening the curve

    Bosnia and Herzegovina - 13,138 cases, 379 deaths

    Palestine - 13,065 cases, 89 deaths

    Bulgaria - 12,717 cases, 424 deaths

    Madagascar - 12,222 cases, 127 deaths

    Sudan - 11,780 cases, 763 deaths

    North Macedonia - 11,289 cases, 511 deaths

    Senegal - 10,538 cases, 218 deaths

    Norway - 9,409 cases, 256 deaths

    Kosovo - 9,274 cases, 296 deaths

    Democratic Republic of the Congo - 9,253 cases, 215 deaths

    Malaysia - 9,023 cases, 125 deaths

    Gabon - 7,787 cases, 51 deaths

    Tajikistan - 7,625 cases, 61 deaths

    Guinea - 7,575 cases, 49 deaths

    Haiti - 7,544 cases, 171 deaths

    Finland - 7,512 cases, 331 deaths

    Zambia - 7,022 cases, 176 deaths

    Luxembourg - 7,007 cases, 118 deaths

    Mauritania - 6,444 cases, 157 deaths

    Paraguay - 6,060 cases, 61 deaths

    Albania - 5,889 cases, 182 deaths

    Lebanon - 5,417 cases, 68 deaths

    Croatia - 5,376 cases, 154 deaths

    Djibouti - 5,330 cases, 59 deaths

    Greece - 4,974 cases, 210 deaths

    Equatorial Guinea - 4,821 cases, 83 deaths

    Central African Republic - 4,618 cases, 59 deaths

    Maldives - 4,594 cases, 19 deaths

    Hungary - 4,564 cases, 599 deaths

    Libya - 4,475 cases, 99 deaths

    Malawi - 4,426 cases, 136 deaths

    Zimbabwe - 4,221 cases, 81 deaths

    Nicaragua - 3,902 cases, 123 deaths

    Congo - 3,546 cases, 58 deaths

    Montenegro - 3,411 cases, 57 deaths

    Thailand - 3,328 cases, 58 deaths

    Somalia - 3,227 cases, 93 deaths

    Eswatini - 2,909 cases, 53 deaths

    Sri Lanka - 2,839 cases, 11 deaths

    Cuba - 2,726 cases, 88 deaths

    COVID Symptoms

    Cape Verde - 2,689 cases, 27 deaths

    Mali - 2,546 cases, 124 deaths

    Namibia - 2,540 cases, 12 deaths

    South Sudan - 2,437 cases, 47 deaths

    Slovakia - 2,417 cases, 29 deaths

    Slovenia - 2,208 cases, 124 deaths

    Lithuania - 2,147 cases, 81 deaths

    Estonia - 2,113 cases, 69 deaths

    Rwanda - 2,104 cases, 5 deaths

    Mozambique - 2,079 cases, 15 deaths

    Suriname - 2,050 cases, 27 deaths

    Guinea-Bissau - 2,032 cases, 27 deaths

    Benin - 1,936 cases, 38 deaths

    Iceland - 1,926 cases, 10 deaths

    Sierra Leone - 1,860 cases, 67 deaths

    Yemen - 1,763 cases, 508 deaths

    Tunisia - 1,601 cases, 51 deaths

    New Zealand - 1,569 cases, 22 deaths

    Angola - 1,395 cases, 62 deaths

    Uruguay - 1,309 cases, 37 deaths

    Latvia - 1,257 cases, 32 deaths

    Jordan - 1,231 cases, 11 deaths

    Liberia - 1,221 cases, 78 deaths

    Uganda - 1,213 cases, 5 deaths

    Georgia - 1,197 cases, 17 deaths

    Cyprus - 1,195 cases, 19 deaths

    Burkina Faso - 1,153 cases, 54 deaths

    Niger - 1,152 cases, 69 deaths

    Togo - 1,001 cases, 21 deaths

    Syria - 944 cases, 48 deaths

    Andorra - 939 cases, 52 deaths

    Chad - 939 cases, 75 deaths

    Jamaica - 928 cases, 12 deaths

    Malta - 926 cases, 9 deaths

    How can people protect themselves

    Sao Tome and Principe - 878 cases, 15 deaths

    Botswana - 804 cases, 2 deaths

    Gambia - 799 cases, 16 deaths

    Bahamas - 751 cases, 14 deaths

    Lesotho - 726 cases, 21 deaths

    Vietnam - 717 cases, 9 deaths

    San Marino - 699 cases, 42 deaths

    Guyana - 509 cases, 22 deaths

    Tanzania - 509 cases, 21 deaths

    Taiwan - 476 cases, 7 deaths

    Burundi - 395 cases, 1 death

    Comoros - 388 cases, 7 deaths

    Burma - 357 cases, 6 deaths

    Mauritius - 344 cases, 10 deaths

    Mongolia - 293 cases, 0 deaths

    Eritrea - 282 cases, 0 deaths

    Cambodia - 243 cases, 0 deaths

    Trinidad and Tobago - 199 cases, 8 deaths

    Papua New Guinea - 153 cases, 2 deaths

    Brunei - 141 cases, 3 deaths

    Barbados - 133 cases, 7 deaths

    Seychelles - 126 cases, 0 deaths

    Monaco - 125 cases, 4 deaths

    Bhutan - 105 cases, 0 deaths

    Antigua and Barbuda - 92 cases, 3 deaths

    Liechtenstein - 89 cases, 2 deaths

    Belize - 86 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