Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

Infections with the virus have been reported around the world.

    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 31,000 people have died from COVID-19, as the illness is officially known, while over 678,000 infections have been confirmed in at least 170 countries and territories. More than 145,000 people have recovered from the coronavirus.

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

    United States - 124,686 cases, 2,191 deaths

    The count includes 21 cases in the US territory of Puerto Rico, 6 in the Virgin Islands and 15 in Guam.

    Italy - 92,472 cases, 10,023 deaths

    China - 82,120 cases,  3,304 deaths 

    The region of Macau had confirmed 19 cases, while Hong Kong reported 273 confirmed cases, including four deaths, according to China's National Health Commission.

    Spain - 78,797 cases, 6,528 deaths

    Germany - 58,247 cases, 455 deaths

    Iran - 38,309 cases, 2,640 deaths

    France - 38,105 cases, 2,317 deaths 

    Additionally, the French territory of Martinique recorded 37 cases and a death from the coronavirus. Reunion has 45 confirmed cases, French Polynesia - 15, New Caledonia - 4, Saint Barthelemy - 3 and Mayotte - 11. The French part of the island of Saint Martin confirmed 4 cases while Guadalupe has 56 cases.

    United Kingdom - 17,315 cases, 1,021 deaths

    Additionally, the British territory of Gibraltar has registered 10 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, Bermuda - 2, Montserrat - 1, Isle of Man - 1, Channel Islands - 32. Guernsey confirmed a single case while Jersey has 12. The Cayman Islands recorded 3 infections and 1 death.

    Switzerland - 14,076 cases, 264 deaths

    Belgium - 10,836 cases, 431 deaths

    Netherlands - 9,819 cases, 640 deaths

    Additionally, 5 coronavirus cases were registered in the Dutch overseas territory of Aruba, 1 more in Sint Maarten, while Curacao has 3 cases and one death.

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    South Korea - 9,583 cases, 152 deaths

    Austria - 8,395 cases, 86 deaths

    Turkey - 7,402 cases, 108 deaths

    Canada - 5,655 cases, 61 deaths

    Portugal - 5,170 cases, 100 deaths

    Norway - 4,054 cases, 23 deaths

    Australia - 3,980 cases, 16 deaths

    Brazil - 3,904 cases, 114 deaths

    Israel - 3,865 cases, 13 deaths

    Sweden - 3,447 cases, 105 deaths

    Czech Republic - 2,669 cases, 13 deaths

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    Malaysia - 2,470 cases 34 deaths

    Ireland - 2,415 cases, 36 deaths

    Denmark - 2,370 cases, 65 deaths

    The count includes 92 cases in Faroe Islands and 2 cases in Greenland.

    Chile - 1,909 cases, 6 deaths

    Luxembourg - 1,831 cases, 18 deaths

    Ecuador - 1,823 cases, 48 deaths

    Poland - 1,717 cases, 19 deaths

    Japan - 1,693 cases, 52 deaths

    A total of 712 people on the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship docked at Yokohama had tested positive for the virus. Seven people who were on the ship have died.

    Japan does not include the people on board as part of its national tally, in accordance with the WHO guidance. The national tally is 1,055 as of March 22, including 35 deaths.

    Russia - 1,534 cases, 8 deaths

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    Pakistan - 1,526 cases, 13 deaths

    Romania - 1,760 cases, 38 deaths

    Philippines - 1,418 cases, 71 deaths

    Thailand - 1,388 cases, 7 deaths

    Indonesia - 1,285 cases, 114 deaths

    Finland - 1,221 cases, 9 deaths

    Saudi Arabia - 1,203 cases, 4 deaths

    South Africa - 1,187 cases, 1 death

    Greece - 1,061 cases, 32 deaths

    India - 987 cases, 25 deaths

    Iceland - 963 cases, 2 deaths

    Panama - 901 cases, 17 deaths

    Mexico - 848 cases, 16 deaths

    Singapore - 802 cases, 3 deaths

    Argentina - 745 cases, 19 deaths

    Dominican Republic - 719 cases, 28 deaths

    Slovenia - 684 cases, 11 deaths

    Estonia - 679 cases, 3 deaths

    Peru - 671 cases, 16 deaths

    Serbia - 659 cases, 10 deaths

    Croatia - 657 cases, 5 deaths

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    Colombia - 608 cases, 6 deaths

    Qatar - 590 cases, 1 death

    Egypt - 576 cases, 36 deaths

    New Zealand - 514 cases, 1 death

    Iraq - 547 cases, 42 deaths

    Bahrain - 476 cases, 4 deaths

    United Arab Emirates - 468 cases, 2 deaths

    Algeria - 454 cases, 29 deaths

    Lithuania - 437 cases, 7 deaths

    Morocco - 437 cases, 26 deaths

    Armenia - 424 cases, 3 deaths

    Ukraine - 418 cases, 9 deaths

    Lebanon - 412 cases, 10 deaths

    Hungary - 408 cases, 13 deaths

    Latvia - 347 cases

    Bulgaria - 338 cases, 8 deaths

    Andorra - 308 cases, 3 deaths

    Uruguay - 304 cases, 1 death

    Taiwan - 298 cases, 2 deaths

     

    Costa Rica - 295 cases, 2 deaths

    Slovakia - 292 cases

    Bosnia and Herzegovina - 323 cases, 6 deaths

    Tunisia - 278 cases, 8 deaths

    Kazakhstan - 251 cases, 1 death

    Jordan - 246 cases, 1 death

    North Macedonia - 241 cases, 4 deaths

    Kuwait - 255 cases

    Moldova - 231 cases, 2 deaths

    San Marino - 224 cases, 22 deaths

    Burkina Faso - 207 cases, 11 deaths

    Albania - 197 cases, 10 deaths

    Azerbaijan - 182 cases, 4 deaths

    Cyprus - 179 cases, 5 deaths

    Vietnam - 179 cases

    Oman - 167 cases

    Malta - 149 cases

    Ghana - 141 cases, 5 deaths

    Uzbekistan - 133 cases, 2 deaths

    Senegal - 130 cases

     

    Brunei - 126 cases, 1 death

    Cuba - 119 cases, 3 deaths

    Venezuela - 119 cases, 2 deaths

    Sri Lanka - 115 cases, 1 death

    Afghanistan - 110 cases, 4 deaths

    Honduras - 110 cases, 1 death

    Occupied Palestinian Territories - 106 cases, 1 death

    Cambodia - 103 cases

    Mauritius - 102 cases, 2 deaths

    Ivory Coast - 140 cases

    Nigeria - 97 cases, 1 death

    Belarus - 94 cases

    Cameroon - 91 cases, 2 deaths

    Kosovo - 91 cases, 1 death

    Georgia - 90 cases

    Kyrgyzstan - 84 cases

    Montenegro - 84 cases, 1 death

    Bolivia - 81 cases

    Trinidad & Tobago - 76 cases, 3 deaths

     

    Democratic Republic of the Congo - 65 cases, 6 deaths

    Rwanda - 60 cases

    Liechtenstein - 56 cases

    Paraguay - 56 cases, 3 deaths

    Bangladesh - 48 cases, 5 deaths

    Monaco - 43 cases, 1 death

    Madagascar - 39 cases

    Kenya - 38 cases, 1 death

    Guatemala - 34 cases, 1 death

    Jamaica - 32 cases, 1 death

    Uganda - 30 cases

    Zambia - 28 cases

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    Barbados - 26 cases

    Togo - 25 cases, 1 death

    El Salvador - 24 cases

    Ethiopia - 19 cases

    Mali - 18 cases, 1 death

    Niger - 18 cases, 1 death

    Maldives - 17 cases

    Haiti - 15 cases

    Djibouti - 14 cases

    Tanzania - 14 cases

    Equatorial Guinea - 12 cases

    Mongolia - 12 cases

    Dominica - 11 cases

    Namibia - 11 cases

    Bahamas - 10 cases

    Eswatini - 9 cases

    Grenada - 9 cases

    Myanmar - 8 cases

    Guinea - 8 cases

    Guyana - 8 cases, 1 death

     

    Laos - 8 cases

    Mozambique - 8 cases

    Seychelles - 8 cases

    Suriname - 8 cases

    Antigua and Barbuda - 7 cases

    Gabon - 7 cases

    Zimbabwe - 7 cases

    Benin - 6 cases

    Cape Verde - 6 cases, 1 death

    Eritrea - 6 cases

    Vatican - 6 cases

    Angola - 5 cases

    Fiji - 5 cases

    Mauritania - 5 cases

    Nepal - 5 cases

    Sudan - 5 cases

    Syria - 5 cases

    Bhutan - 4 cases

    Republic of the Congo - 4 cases

    Nicaragua - 4 cases

    Central African Republic - 3 cases

    Chad - 3 cases

    Gambia - 3 cases, 1 death

    Liberia - 3 cases

    Libya - 3 cases

    Saint Lucia - 3 cases

    Somalia - 3 cases

    Belize - 2 cases

    Guinea-Bassau - 2 cases

    Saint Kitts and Nevis - 2 cases

    Papua New Guinea - 1 case

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 1 case

    East Timor - 1 case

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    SOURCE: Al Jazeera and news agencies