Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

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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 312,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while 4.6 million infections have been confirmed in at least 188 countries and territories. More than 1.6 million people have recovered to date.

Territories with confirmed cases of COVID-19
Here are the countries that have so far confirmed coronavirus cases:

United States – 1,467,884 cases, 88,754 deaths
Russia – 281,752 cases, 2,631 deaths
United Kingdom – 241,461 cases, 34,546 deaths
Brazil – 233,511 cases, 15,662 deaths
Spain – 230,698 cases, 27,563 deaths
Italy – 224,760 cases, 31,763 deaths
France – 179,630 cases, 27,532 deaths
Germany – 176,244 cases, 7,947 deaths
Turkey – 148,067 cases, 4,096 deaths
Iran – 118,392 cases, 6,937 deaths
India – 90,927 cases, 2,897 deaths
Peru – 88,541 cases, 2,523 deaths
China – 84,044 cases, 4,637 deaths
Canada – 77,206 cases, 5,800 deaths
Belgium – 54,989 cases, 9,052 deaths
Saudi Arabia – 52,016 cases, 302 deaths
Mexico – 47,144 cases, 5,045 deaths
Netherlands – 44,070 cases, 5,689 deaths
Chile – 41,428 cases, 421 deaths
Pakistan – 40,151 cases, 873 deaths
Switzerland – 30,514 cases, 1,878 deaths
Ecuador – 31,467 cases, 2,594 deaths
Qatar – 29,425 cases, 14 deaths
Sweden – 29,207 cases, 3,646 deaths
Portugal – 28,583 cases, 1,190 deaths
Belarus – 27,730 cases, 156 deaths
Singapore – 27,356 cases, 21 deaths
Ireland – 23,956 cases, 1,518 deaths
United Arab Emirates – 21,831 cases, 210 deaths
Bangladesh – 20,065 cases, 298 deaths
Poland – 18,184 cases, 912 deaths
Ukraine – 17,858 cases, 497 deaths
Israel – 16,589 cases, 266 deaths
Indonesia – 16,496 cases, 1,076 deaths
Romania – 16,437 cases, 1,070 deaths
Japan – 16,203 cases, 713 deaths
Austria – 16,109 cases, 628 deaths
Colombia – 14,216 cases, 546 deaths
Kuwait – 12,860 cases, 96 deaths
South Africa – 13,524 cases, 247 deaths
Philippines – 12,305 cases, 817 deaths
Dominican Republic – 11,739 cases, 424 deaths
South Korea – 11,037 cases, 262 deaths
Denmark – 10,989 cases, 537 deaths
Egypt – 11,228 cases, 592 deaths
Serbia – 10,438 cases, 225 deaths
Panama – 9,268 cases, 266 deaths
Czech Republic – 8,406 cases, 295 deaths
Norway – 8,219 cases, 232 deaths
Argentina – 7,479 cases, 356 deaths
Australia – 7,037 cases, 98 deaths
Malaysia – 6,855 cases, 112 deaths
Algeria – 6,629 cases, 536 deaths
Morocco – 6,652 cases, 190 deaths
Bahrain – 6,583 cases, 12 deaths
Finland – 6,228 cases, 293 deaths
Afghanistan – 6,053 cases, 153 deaths
Moldova – 5,745 cases, 202 cases
Kazakhstan – 5,850 cases, 34 deaths
Ghana – 5,638 cases, 28 deaths
Nigeria – 5,450 cases, 171 deaths
Oman – 5,029 cases, 20 deaths
Armenia – 4,283 cases, 55 deaths
Luxembourg – 3,923 cases, 104 deaths
Hungary – 3,473 cases, 448 deaths
Bolivia – 3,577 cases, 164 deaths
Iraq – 3,193 cases, 117 deaths
Thailand – 3,025 cases, 56 deaths
Azerbaijan – 2,980 cases, 36 deaths
Cameroon – 3,105 cases, 140 deaths
Greece – 2,810 cases, 160 deaths
Uzbekistan – 2,691 cases, 11 deaths
Guinea – 2,473 cases, 15 deaths
Honduras – 2,460 cases, 134 deaths
Senegal – 2,310 cases, 25 deaths
Bosnia and Herzegovina – 2,236 cases, 128 deaths
Croatia – 2,222 cases, 95 deaths
Bulgaria – 2,174 cases, 105 deaths
Ivory Coast – 2,017 cases, 24 deaths
Cuba – 1,840 cases, 79 deaths
Sudan – 1,964 cases, 91 deaths
Cuba – 1,840 cases, 79 deaths
Iceland – 1,802 cases, 10 deaths
Estonia – 1,770 cases, 63 deaths
North Macedonia – 1,740 cases, 97 deaths
Lithuania – 1,534 cases, 55 deaths
Guatemala – 1,643 cases, 30 deaths
New Zealand – 1,498 cases, 21 deaths
Slovakia – 1,493 cases, 28 deaths
Slovenia – 1,465 cases, 103 deaths
Democratic Republic of the Congo – 1,370 cases, 61 deaths
Djibouti – 1,309 cases, 4 deaths
Somalia – 1,284 cases, 53 deaths
El Salvador – 1,265 cases, 25 deaths
Tajikistan – 1,118 cases, 33 deaths
Kyrgyzstan – 1,117 cases, 14 deaths
Gabon – 1,209 cases, 10 deaths
Tunisia – 1,035 cases, 45 deaths
Maldives – 1,031 cases, 4 deaths
Latvia – 997 cases, 19 deaths
Kosovo – 944 cases, 29 deaths
Sri Lanka – 935 cases, 9 deaths
Albania – 916 cases, 31 deaths
Guinea-Bissau – 913 cases, 3 deaths
Cyprus – 910 cases, 17 deaths
Lebanon – 891 cases, 26 deaths
Niger – 885 cases, 51 deaths
Costa Rica – 843 cases, 10 deaths
Kenya – 781 cases, 45 deaths
Mali – 806 cases, 46 deaths
Burkina Faso – 780 cases, 51 deaths
Andorra – 761 cases, 49 deaths
Paraguay – 759 cases, 11 deaths
Uruguay – 732 cases, 19 deaths
Georgia – 677 cases, 12 deaths
Zambia – 668 cases, 7 deaths
San Marino – 652 cases, 41 deaths
Jordan – 596 cases, 9 deaths
Equatorial Guinea – 594 cases, 7 deaths
Malta – 532 cases, 6 deaths
Jamaica – 511 cases, 9 deaths
Tanzania – 509 cases, 21 deaths

Venezuela – 459 cases, 10 deaths
Taiwan – 440 cases, 7 deaths
Sierra Leone – 447 cases, 27 deaths
Chad – 428 cases, 48 deaths
Republic of the Congo – 391 cases, 15 deaths
Occupied Palestinian territories – 375 cases, 2 deaths
Benin – 339 cases, 2 deaths
Mauritius – 332 cases, 10 deaths
Cape Verde – 326 cases, 2 deaths
Montenegro – 324 cases, 9 deaths
Vietnam – 314 cases
Ethiopia – 287 cases, 5 deaths
Rwanda – 287 cases
Haiti – 310 cases, 20 deaths
Nepal – 276 cases
Togo – 263 cases, 11 deaths
Sao Tome and Principe – 235 cases, 7 deaths
South Sudan – 238 cases, 4 deaths
Madagascar – 238 cases
Liberia – 219 cases, 20 deaths
Eswatini – 190 cases, 2 deaths
Myanmar – 181 cases, 6 deaths
Uganda – 203 cases
Central African Republic – 301 cases
Brunei – 141 cases, 1 death
Cambodia – 122 cases
Trinidad and Tobago – 116 cases, 8 deaths
Mozambique – 119 cases
Guyana – 116 cases, 10 deaths
Yemen – 106 cases, 15 deaths
Mongolia – 135 cases
Monaco – 96 cases, 4 deaths
Bahamas – 96 cases, 11 deaths
Barbados – 85 cases, 7 deaths
Liechtenstein – 82 cases, 1 death
Libya – 64 cases, 3 deaths
Malawi – 63 cases, 3 deaths
Syria – 50 cases, 3 deaths
Angola – 48 cases, 2 deaths
Eritrea – 39 cases
Zimbabwe – 42 cases, 4 deaths
Mauritania – 29 cases, 3 deaths
Antigua and Barbuda – 25 cases, 3 deaths
Nicaragua – 25 cases, 8 deaths
Botswana – 24 cases, 1 death
East Timor – 24 cases
Gambia – 23 cases, 1 death
Grenada – 22 cases
Bhutan – 21 cases
Laos – 19 cases
Belize – 18 cases, 2 deaths
Fiji – 18 cases
Saint Lucia – 18 cases
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 17 cases
Dominica – 16 cases
Namibia – 16 cases
Burundi – 15 cases, 1 death
Saint Kitts and Nevis – 15 cases
Vatican – 12 cases
Comoros – 11 case, 1 death
Seychelles – 11 cases
Suriname – 10 cases, 1 death
Papua New Guinea – 8 cases
Western Sahara – 6 cases
Lesotho – 1 case

Source: aljazeera

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