Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

More than 18 million infections confirmed in 188 countries and territories, including more than 690,000 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 690,000 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.

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

    United States - 4,579,761 cases, 153,642 deaths

    Brazil - 2,662,485 cases, 92,475 deaths

    India - 1,695,988 cases, 36,511 deaths

    Russia - 843,890 cases, 14,034 deaths

    South Africa - 493,183 cases, 8,005 deaths

    Mexico - 424,637 cases, 46,688 deaths

    Peru - 407,492 cases, 19,021 deaths

    Chile - 357,658 cases, 9,533 deaths

    Iran - 306,752 cases, 16,982 deaths 

    United Kingdom - 305,572 cases, 46,278 deaths

    Colombia - 295,508 cases, 10,105 deaths 

    Spain - 288,522 cases, 28,445 deaths

    Pakistan - 278,305 cases, 5,951 deaths

    Saudi Arabia - 277,478 cases, 2,887 deaths

    Italy - 247,832 cases, 35,146 deaths

    Bangladesh - 239,860 cases, 3,132 deaths

    Turkey - 230,873 cases, 5,691 deaths

    France - 225,197 cases, 30,268 deaths

    Germany - 210,697 cases, 9,154 deaths

    Argentina - 191,302 cases, 3,558 deaths

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    Iraq - 124,609 cases, 4,741 deaths

    Canada - 118,315 cases, 8,980 deaths

    Qatar - 110,911 cases, 174 deaths

    Indonesia - 109,936 cases, 5,193 deaths

    Egypt - 94,078 cases, 4,805 deaths

    Kazakhstan - 90,367 cases, 793 deaths

    China - 87,780 cases, 4,665 deaths

    Philippines - 85,486 cases, 1,962 deaths

    Ecuador - 84,370 cases, 5,702 deaths

    Sweden - 85,355 cases, 5,743 deaths

    Oman - 79,159 cases, 421 deaths

    Bolivia - 76,789 cases, 2,977 deaths

    Ukraine - 72,609 cases, 1,733 deaths

    Israel - 70,970 cases, 512 deaths

    Dominican Republic - 69,649 cases, 1,160 deaths

    Belgium - 68,751 cases, 9,841 deaths 

    Belarus - 67,946 cases, 563 deaths

    Kuwait - 67,448 cases, 453 deaths

    Panama - 65,256 cases, 1,421 deaths

    United Arab Emirates - 60,760 cases, 351 deaths

    Netherlands - 55,021 cases, 6,167 deaths

    Singapore - 52,512 cases, 27 deaths

    Romania - 52,111 cases, 2,379 deaths 

    Portugal - 51,310 cases, 1,737 deaths

    Guatemala - 49,789 cases, 1,924 deaths

    Poland - 46,346 cases, 1,721 deaths

    Nigeria - 43,151 cases, 879 deaths

    Honduras - 43,151 cases, 1,337 deaths

    Bahrain - 40,982 cases, 147 deaths

    Armenia - 38,841 cases, 749 deaths

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    Japan - 37,778 cases, 1,011 deaths 

    Afghanistan - 36,710 cases, 1,283 deaths

    Kyrgyzstan - 36,299 cases, 1,397 deaths

    Ghana - 35,501 cases, 182 deaths

    Switzerland - 35,412 cases, 1,981 deaths

    Azerbaijan - 32,157 cases, 454 deaths

    Algeria - 30,394 cases, 1,210 deaths

    Ireland - 26,065 cases, 1,763 deaths

    Serbia - 25,882 cases, 582 deaths

    Moldova - 25,113 cases, 788 deaths

    Uzbekistan - 24,569 cases, 145 deaths

    Morocco - 24,322 cases, 353 deaths

    Kenya - 21,363 cases, 364 deaths

    Austria - 21,212 cases, 718 deaths 

    Nepal - 20,086 cases, 56 deaths

    Venezuela - 18,574 cases, 164 deaths

    Costa Rica - 17,820 cases, 150 deaths

    Ethiopia - 17,530 cases, 274 deaths 

    Australia - 17,282 cases, 201 deaths 

    Cameroon - 17,255 cases, 391 deaths

    Czech Republic - 16,574 cases, 382 deaths 

    Cote d'Ivoire - 16,047 cases, 102 deaths

    Korea, South - 14,366 cases, 301 deaths

    Denmark - 14,028 cases, 615 deaths

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    Palestine - 12,160 cases, 83 deaths

    Bosnia and Herzegovina - 11,876 cases, 339 deaths

    Bulgaria - 11,690 cases, 383 deaths

    Sudan - 11,644 cases, 746 deaths 

    Madagascar - 11,273 cases, 107 deaths

    North Macedonia - 10,891 cases, 493 deaths

    Senegal - 10,284 cases, 209 deaths

    Norway - 9,249 cases, 255 deaths

    Democratic Republic of the Congo - 9,084 cases, 215 deaths

    Malaysia - 8,985 cases, 125 deaths

    Kosovo - 8,104 cases, 212 deaths

    Tajikistan - 7,451 cases, 60 deaths 

    Finland - 7,443 cases, 329 deaths

    Haiti - 7,424 cases, 161 deaths

    Gabon - 7,352 cases, 49 deaths

    Guinea - 7,308 cases, 46 deaths

    Luxembourg - 6,695 cases, 114 deaths

    Mauritania - 6,310 cases, 157 deaths

    Zambia - 6,228 cases, 165 deaths

    Albania - 5,396 cases, 161 deaths 

    Paraguay - 5,338 cases, 49 deaths

    Croatia - 5,224 cases, 145 deaths 

    Djibouti - 5,084 cases, 58 deaths

    Equatorial Guinea - 4,821 cases, 83 deaths 

    Central African Republic - 4,608 cases, 59 deaths

    Lebanon - 4,555 cases, 61 deaths 

    Hungary - 4,526 cases, 597 deaths

    Greece - 4,477 cases, 206 deaths

    Malawi - 4,078 cases, 114 deaths

    Maldives - 3,793 cases, 16 deaths

    Nicaragua - 3,672 cases, 116 deaths

    Libya - 3,621 cases, 74 deaths

    Thailand - 3,312 cases, 58 deaths

    Somalia - 3,212 cases, 93 deaths

    Congo - 3,200 cases, 54 deaths

    Montenegro - 3,198 cases, 50 deaths 

    Zimbabwe - 3,169 cases, 67 deaths

    Sri Lanka - 2,815 cases, 11 deaths

    Eswatini - 2,648 cases, 41 deaths

    Cuba - 2,608 cases, 87 deaths 

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    Mali - 2,535 cases, 124 deaths

    Cape Verde - 2,451 cases, 23 deaths

    Slovakia - 2,337 cases, 29 deaths 

    South Sudan - 2,322 cases, 46 deaths

    Slovenia - 2,171 cases, 119 deaths

    Namibia - 2,129 cases, 10 deaths 

    Lithuania - 2,093 cases, 80 deaths

    Estonia - 2,072 cases, 69 deaths

    Rwanda - 2,022 cases, 5 deaths

    Guinea-Bissau - 1,981 cases, 26 deaths

    Iceland - 1,893 cases, 10 deaths

    Mozambique - 1,864 cases, 11 deaths 

    Sierra Leone - 1,823 cases, 67 deaths

    Benin - 1,805 cases, 36 deaths

    Yemen - 1,728 cases, 493 deaths

    Suriname - 1,706 cases, 26 deaths

    New Zealand - 1,562 cases, 22 deaths

    Tunisia - 1,535 cases, 50 deaths

    Uruguay - 1,264 cases, 35 deaths

    Latvia - 1,238 cases, 32 deaths

    Jordan - 1,193 cases, 11 deaths

    Liberia - 1,189 cases, 75 deaths

    Uganda - 1,176 cases, 4 deaths 

    Georgia - 1,171 cases, 17 deaths

    Angola - 1,148 cases, 52 deaths

    Niger - 1,134 cases, 69 deaths 

    Cyprus - 1,119 cases, 19 deaths 

    Burkina Faso - 1,106 cases, 53 deaths

    Togo - 941 cases, 19 deaths 

    Chad - 936 cases, 75 deaths

    Andorra - 925 cases, 52 deaths

    Jamaica - 878 cases, 10 deaths 

    Sao Tome and Principe - 871 cases, 15 deaths

    Malta - 845 cases, 9 deaths

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    Botswana - 804 cases, 2 deaths

    Syria - 757 cases, 43 deaths

    San Marino - 699 cases, 42 deaths

    Lesotho - 604 cases, 13 deaths

    Vietnam - 586 cases, 3 deaths

    Bahamas - 574 cases, 14 deaths

    Tanzania - 509 cases, 21 deaths 

    Gambia - 498 cases, 9 deaths 

    Taiwan - 467 cases, 7 deaths

    Guyana - 413 cases, 20 deaths

    Burundi - 387 cases, 1 death

    Comoros - 378 cases, 7 deaths

    Burma - 353 cases, 6 deaths

    Mauritius - 344 cases, 10 deaths

    Mongolia - 291 cases, 0 deaths

    Eritrea - 279 cases, 0 deaths

    Cambodia - 239 cases, 0 deaths

    Trinidad and Tobago - 173 cases, 8 deaths

    Brunei - 141 cases, 3 deaths

    Monaco - 120 cases, 4 deaths

    Seychelles - 114 cases, 0 deaths

    Barbados - 110 cases, 7 deaths

    Bhutan - 101 cases, 0 deaths

    Antigua and Barbuda - 91 cases, 3 deaths

    Liechtenstein - 88 cases, 2 deaths

    Papua New Guinea - 72 cases, 2 deaths

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 54 cases, 0 deaths

    Belize - 48 cases, 2 deaths

    Fiji - 27 cases, 0 deaths

    Saint Lucia - 25 cases, 0 deaths

    Grenada - 24 cases, 0 deaths

    Timor-Leste - 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