Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

More than 12 million infections confirmed in 188 countries and territories, including more than 549,000 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 549,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while more than 12 million infections have been confirmed in at least 188 countries and territories. More than 6.5 million people have recovered to date.

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

    United States - 2,996,098 cases, 131,480 deaths  

    Brazil - 1,668,589 cases, 66,741 deaths

    India - 742,417 cases, 20,642 deaths

    Russia - 699,749 cases, 10,650 deaths 

    Peru - 309,278 cases, 10,925 deaths

    Chile - 301,019 cases, 6,434 deaths

    United Kingdom - 287,880 cases, 44,476 deaths

    Mexico - 268,008 cases, 32,014 deaths

    Spain - 252,130 cases, 28,392 deaths

    Iran - 245,688 cases, 11,931 deaths

    Italy - 241,956 cases, 34,899 deaths

    Pakistan - 237,489 cases, 4,922 deaths

    Saudi Arabia - 217,108 cases, 2,017 deaths

    South Africa - 215,855 cases, 3,502 deaths 

    Turkey - 207,897 cases, 5,260 deaths

    France - 206,072 cases, 29,936  deaths

    Germany - 198,407 cases, 9,040 deaths 

    Bangladesh - 168,645 cases, 2,197 deaths

    Colombia - 120,281 cases, 4,452 deaths

    Canada - 108,023 cases, 8,765 deaths 

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    Qatar - 100,945 cases, 134 deaths

    China - 84,917 cases, 4,641 deaths

    Argentina - 83,426 cases, 1,644 deaths

    Egypt - 77,279 cases, 3,489 deaths

    Sweden - 73,344 cases, 5,447 deaths

    Indonesia - 66,226 cases, 3,309 deaths

    Iraq - 64,701 cases, 2,685 deaths

    Belarus - 64,003 cases, 436 deaths

    Ecuador - 63,245 cases, 4,873 deaths  

    Belgium - 62,123 cases, 9,776 deaths

    United Arab Emirates - 52,600 cases, 326 deaths

    Ukraine -  51,457 cases, 1,323 deaths 

    Kuwait - 51,245 cases, 377 deaths

    Kazakhstan - 51,059 cases, 264 deaths

    Netherlands - 50,907 cases, 6,151 deaths 

    Oman - 48,997 cases, 233 deaths 

    Philippines - 47,873 cases, 1,309 deaths 

    Singapore -  45,298 cases, 26 deaths

    Portugal - 44,416 cases, 1,629 deaths

    Bolivia - 41,545 cases, 1,530 deaths

    Panama - 40,291 cases, 799 deaths 

    Dominican Republic - 38,430 cases, 821 deaths

    Poland - 36,412 cases, 1,541 deaths

    Afghanistan - 33,594 cases, 936 deaths

    Israel - 32,714 cases, 343 deaths 

    Switzerland - 32,369 cases, 1,966 deaths

    Bahrain - 30,321 cases, 98 deaths

    Armenia - 29,820 cases, 521 deaths

    Nigeria -  29,789 cases, 669 deaths 

    Romania - 29,620 cases, 1,799 deaths 

    Ireland - 25,538 cases, 1,742 deaths

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    Honduras - 25,428 cases, 677 deaths

    Guatemala - 24,787 cases, 1,004 deaths

    Ghana - 21,968 cases, 129 deaths 

    Azerbaijan - 21,374 cases, 265 deaths  

    Japan - 20,196 cases, 982 deaths

    Austria - 18,421 cases, 706 deaths

    Moldova - 18,141 cases, 603 deaths

    Algeria - 16,879 cases, 968 deaths

    Serbia - 16,719 cases, 330 deaths

    Nepal - 16,168 cases, 35 deaths 

    Cameroon - 14,916 cases, 359 deaths

    Morocco - 14,607 cases, 240 deaths 

    South Korea - 13,244 cases, 285 deaths

    Denmark - 13,089 cases, 609 deaths

    Czech Republic - 12,685 cases, 351 deaths

    Ivory Coast - 11,194 cases, 76 deaths 

    Uzbekistan - 10,838 cases, 41 deaths

    Sudan - 9,997 cases, 622 deaths

    Norway - 8,947 cases, 251 deaths

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    Australia - 8,866 cases, 106 deaths

    Malaysia - 8,674 cases, 121 deaths

    El Salvador - 8,566 cases, 235 deaths  

    Kyrgystan - 8,486 cases, 112 deaths

    Kenya - 8,250 cases, 167 deaths

    Venezuela - 7,692 cases, 71 deaths

    Senegal - 7,547 cases, 137 deaths  

    Democratic Republic of the Congo - 7,432 cases, 182 deaths 

    Finland - 7,265 cases, 329 deaths 

    North Macedonia - 7,244 cases, 351 deaths

    Haiti - 6,432 cases, 117 deaths 

    Tajikistan - 6,315 cases, 53 deaths

    Bulgaria - 6,102 cases, 254 deaths 

    Ethiopia - 5,846 cases, 103 deaths 

    Gabon - 5,743 cases, 46 deaths

    Guinea - 5,636 cases, 34 deaths 

    Bosnia and Herzegovina - 5,621 cases, 207 deaths

    Costa Rica - 5,486 cases, 23 deaths 

    Mauritania - 5,024 cases, 135 deaths

    Djibouti - 4,878 cases, 55 deaths

    Occupied Palestinian Territories - 4,647 cases, 19 deaths

    Luxembourg - 4,603 cases, 11 deaths  

    Hungary - 4,210 cases, 589 deaths  

    Central African Republic - 4,071 cases, 52 deaths

    Kosovo - 3,703 cases, 79 deaths 

    Greece - 3,589 cases, 193 deaths

    Madagascar - 3,472 cases, 33 deaths

    Croatia - 3,272 cases, 113 deaths 

    Thailand - 3,197 cases, 58 deaths 

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    Equatorial Guinea - 3,071 cases, 51 deaths

    Somalia - 3,015 cases, 92 deaths  

    Albania - 3,038 cases, 81 deaths

    Nicaragua - 2,846 cases, 91 death

    Paraguay - 2,502 cases, 20 deaths 

    Maldives - 2,501 cases, 12 deaths 

    Cuba - 2,395 cases, 86 deaths 

    Mali - 2,348 cases, 119 deaths 

    Sri Lanka - 2,081 cases, 11 deaths

    South Sudan - 2,021 cases, 38 deaths

    Estonia - 2,003 cases, 69 deaths 

    Lebanon - 1,907 cases, 36 deaths

    Zambia - 1,895 cases, 42 deaths   

    Iceland - 1,873 cases, 10 deaths

    Lithuania - 1,854 cases, 79 deaths 

    Malawi - 1,818 cases, 19 deaths

    Slovakia - 1,798 cases, 28 deaths

    Guinea-Bissau - 1,790 cases, 25 deaths  

    Slovenia - 1,739 cases, 111 deaths

    Sierra Leone - 1,572 cases, 63 deaths   

    Republic of the Congo - 1,557 cases, 44 deaths

    New Zealand - 1,537 cases, 22 deaths

    Cape Verde - 1,499 cases, 18 deaths

    Yemen - 1,297 cases, 348 deaths

     

    Tunisia - 1,205 cases, 50 deaths

    Benin -  1,199 cases, 21 deaths

    Libya - 1,182 cases, 35 deaths

    Rwanda - 1,172 cases, 3 deaths   

    Jordan - 1,169 cases, 10 deaths

    Latvia - 1,141 cases, 30 deaths    

    Niger - 1,094 cases, 68 deaths

    Eswatini - 1,056 cases, 14 deaths

    Mozambique -  1,040 cases, 8 deaths 

    Cyprus - 1,005 cases, 19 deaths  

    Burkina Faso - 1,003 cases, 53 deaths

    Uganda - 971 cases 

    Uruguay - 965 cases, 29 deaths

    Georgia - 963 cases, 15 deaths

    Liberia - 917 cases, 41 deaths

    Montenegro - 907 cases, 17 deaths 

    Chad - 873 cases, 74 deaths

    Andorra - 855 cases, 52 deaths 

        

    Zimbabwe - 787 cases, 9 deaths 

    Jamaica - 745 cases, 10 deaths

    Sao Tome and Principe -  724 cases, 13 deaths

    San Marino - 698 cases, 42 deaths   

    Togo - 689 cases, 15 deaths

    Malta - 673 cases, 9 deaths

    Suriname - 634 cases, 15 deaths

    Namibia - 539 cases  

    Tanzania - 509 cases, 21 deaths

    Taiwan - 449 cases, 7 deaths

    Angola - 386 cases, 21 deaths 

    Syria - 372 cases, 9 deaths

    Vietnam - 369 cases    

    Mauritius - 342 cases, 10 deaths

     

    Myanmar - 316 cases, 6 deaths

    Comoros - 311 cases, 7 deaths 

    Botsawana - 314 cases, 1 death 

    Guyana - 284 cases, 16 deaths

    Mongolia - 227 cases

    Eritrea - 215 cases 

    Burundi - 191 cases, 1 death 

    Brunei - 141 cases, 3 deaths  

    Cambodia - 141 cases

    Trinidad and Tobago - 133 cases, 8 deaths

    Monaco - 108 cases, 4 deaths

    Bahamas - 104 cases, 11 deaths

    Barbados - 98 cases, 7 deaths

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    Liechtenstein - 84 cases, 1 death

    Seychelles - 81 cases 

    Bhutan - 80 cases

    Lesotho - 91 cases 

    Antigua and Barbuda - 70 cases, 3 deaths

    Gambia - 61 cases, 2 deaths

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 29 cases

    East Timor - 24 cases

    Belize - 28 cases, 2 deaths

    Grenada - 23 cases

    Saint Lucia - 22 cases

    Laos - 19 cases

    Fiji - 19 cases

    Dominica - 18 cases

     

    Saint Kitts and Nevis - 16 cases

    Vatican - 12 cases

    Papua New Guinea - 11 cases

    Western Sahara - 10 cases, 1 death

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera and news agencies