COVID-19 pandemic by country and territory


This article provides a general overview and documents the status of locations by continents and conveyance of the world affected by the coronavirus responsible for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the first outbreak of which started in Wuhan, Hubei, China. It may not include all the most up-to-date major responses and measures by individual countries and territories.

COVID-19 pandemic
Worldwide confirmed cases of COVID-19 per capita as of 1 June 2020
   > 10,000 cases per million inhabitants
   3,000–10,000 cases per million inhabitants
   1,000–3,000 cases per million inhabitants
   300–1,000 cases per million inhabitants
   100–300 cases per million inhabitants
   0–100 cases per million inhabitants
   No reported cases, no population, or no data available
Worldwide confirmed cases of COVID-19 by country and territory as of 30 May 2020
  1,000,000+ confirmed cases
  100,000–999,999 confirmed cases
  10,000–99,999 confirmed cases
  1,000–9,999 confirmed cases
  100–999 confirmed cases
  1–99 confirmed cases
  No confirmed cases or no data
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
SourceLikely bats, possibly via pangolins[1][2]
LocationWorldwide
First outbreakChina[3]
Index caseWuhan, Hubei, China
30°37′11″N 114°15′28″E
Date1 December 2019[3]  present
(6 months)
Confirmed cases6,271,577[4][lower-alpha 1]
Active cases3,198,593[4]
Recovered2,697,328[4]
Deaths
375,656[4]
Territories
188[4]

Pandemic by country and territory


Confirmed cases

As of 06:01 UTC on 2 June 2020, a total of 6,271,577 cases are confirmed in more than 227 countries[4] and 26 cruise ships.[5] There are 3,198,593 active cases and 375,656 deaths.[4]

Confirmed cases and deaths per million inhabitants calculated from Template:COVID-19 pandemic data and List of countries and dependencies by population on 1 June 2020 16:41 UTC below.

Locations[lower-alpha 2] Cases[lower-alpha 1] Deaths[lower-alpha 3] Recov.[lower-alpha 4] Ref.
229 6,271,577 375,656 2,697,328 [4]
United States[lower-alpha 5] 1,847,729 106,550 412,008 [13]
Brazil 529,405 30,058 211,080 [14][15]
Russia[lower-alpha 6] 414,878 4,855 175,877 [16]
United Kingdom[lower-alpha 7] 276,332 39,045 No data [18][19]
Spain[lower-alpha 8] 239,638 27,127 150,376 [20]
Italy 233,197 33,475 158,355 [21][22]
India 198,706 5,598 95,527 [23]
Germany[lower-alpha 9] 183,765 8,618 165,834 [25][24]
Peru 170,039 4,634 68,507 [26][27]
Turkey 164,769 4,563 128,947 [28]
Iran 154,445 7,878 121,004 [29]
France[lower-alpha 10] 152,091 28,833 68,440 [30]
Chile[lower-alpha 11] 105,159 1,113 44,946 [37]
Mexico 93,435 10,167 67,491 [38][39]
Canada 91,705 7,326 49,726 [40]
Saudi Arabia 87,142 525 64,306 [41]
China[lower-alpha 12] 83,022 4,634 78,315 [42]
Pakistan 72,460 1,543 26,083 [43]
Belgium[lower-alpha 13] 58,517 9,486 15,919 [45]
Qatar 58,433 40 33,437 [46]
Bangladesh 49,534 672 10,597 [47]
Netherlands[lower-alpha 14] 46,545 5,962 No data [49]
Belarus 43,403 240 18,776 [50]
Ecuador 39,098 3,358 3,900 [51]
Sweden 37,814 4,403 4,971 [52][53]
Singapore 35,292 24 22,466 [54][55]
United Arab Emirates 35,192 266 18,338 [56]
South Africa 34,357 705 17,291 [57]
Portugal 32,700 1,424 19,552 [58]
Switzerland 30,871 1,657 28,500 [59][60]
Colombia 30,493 969 9,661 [61]
Kuwait 27,762 220 12,899 [62]
Indonesia 26,940 1,641 7,637 [63]
Egypt[lower-alpha 15] 26,384 1,005 7,149 [64]
Ireland 25,062 1,650 22,089 [65][66]
Poland 24,165 1,074 11,449 [52][67]
Ukraine[lower-alpha 16] 24,012 718 9,690 [68]
Romania 19,398 1,270 13,426 [69]
Philippines 18,638 960 3,979 [70][71]
Dominican Republic 17,572 502 10,893 [72]
Argentina[lower-alpha 17] 17,402 556 5,508 [74]
Israel[lower-alpha 18] 17,169 285 14,826 [75]
Japan[lower-alpha 19] 16,884 892 14,502 [76][77]
Austria 16,733 668 15,596 [78]
Afghanistan 15,750 265 1,428 [79]
Panama 13,837 344 9,514 [80]
Oman 12,223 50 2,682 [81]
Bahrain 11,871 19 7,076 [82]
Denmark[lower-alpha 20] 11,699 576 10,412 [83]
South Korea 11,541 272 10,446 [84]
Serbia[lower-alpha 21] 11,430 244 6,726 [85]
Kazakhstan 11,308 41 5,587 [86]
Nigeria 10,578 299 3,122 [87]
Bolivia 9,982 313 986 [88]
Algeria 9,513 661 5,894 [89][90]
Armenia 9,492 139 3,402 [91]
Czech Republic 9,286 321 6,642 [92]
Norway[lower-alpha 22] 8,446 236 7,727 [95]
Moldova[lower-alpha 23] 8,360 305 4,622 [96]
Ghana 8,070 36 2,947 [97]
Malaysia 7,857 115 6,404 [98]
Morocco[lower-alpha 24] 7,833 205 5,893 [100]
Australia[lower-alpha 25] 7,204 103 6,619 [101]
Finland[lower-alpha 26] 6,885 318 5,500 [102]
Iraq 6,868 215 3,275 [104]
Cameroon 6,397 199 3,629 [105][106]
Azerbaijan[lower-alpha 27] 5,662 68 3,508 [107]
Honduras 5,202 212 537 [108]
Sudan 5,173 298 1,522 [109]
Guatemala 5,087 108 735 [110]
Luxembourg 4,019 110 3,845 [111]
Tajikistan 4,013 47 2,089 [112]
Hungary 3,892 527 2,156 [113]
Puerto Rico 3,873 136 850 [114][13]
Guinea 3,844 23 2,135 [115]
Senegal 3,739 41 1,858 [116]
Uzbekistan 3,702 15 2,859 [117]
Djibouti 3,569 24 1,521 [118]
DR Congo[lower-alpha 28] 3,194 72 454 [119]
Thailand 3,082 57 2,965 [120]
Ivory Coast 2,951 33 1,467 [121]
Greece 2,918 179 1,374 [122]
Gabon 2,655 17 722 [123]
El Salvador 2,582 46 1,063 [124]
Bosnia & Herzegovina 2,524 154 1,888 [125]
Bulgaria 2,519 140 1,090 [126]
North Macedonia 2,315 140 1,569 [127]
Croatia 2,246 103 2,077 [128]
Haiti 2,124 44 24 [129]
Cuba[lower-alpha 29] 2,083 83 1,826 [130]
Somalia[lower-alpha 30] 2,023 79 361 [131]
Kenya 2,021 69 482 [132]
Estonia 1,870 68 1,625 [133]
Maldives 1,829 6 488 [134]
Kyrgyzstan 1,817 16 1,181 [135]
Nepal 1,811 8 221 [136][137]
Iceland 1,806 10 1,794 [138]
Lithuania 1,678 70 1,236 [139]
Venezuela 1,662 17 302 [140]
Sri Lanka 1,643 10 811 [141]
Slovakia 1,522 28 1,368 [142]
Slovenia 1,473 109 1,358 [143][144]
Guinea-Bissau 1,339 8 53 [145]
Mali 1,315 78 744 [146]
Equatorial Guinea 1,306 12 200 [147]
Ethiopia 1,257 12 217 [148]
Lebanon 1,233 27 715 [149]
New Zealand 1,154 22 1,131 [150]
Albania 1,143 33 877 [151]
USS Theodore Roosevelt[lower-alpha 31] 1,102 1 53 [152]
Zambia 1,089 7 912 [153]
Hong Kong 1,088 4 1,037 [154]
Tunisia 1,084 48 964 [155]
Charles de Gaulle[lower-alpha 32] 1,081 0 0 [156]
Central African Republic 1,069 4 23 [160]
Latvia 1,066 24 745 [52][161]
Kosovo 1,064 30 829 [162]
Costa Rica 1,056 10 669 [163]
Paraguay 995 11 488 [164]
South Sudan 994 10 6 [165][166]
Niger 958 65 844 [167]
Cyprus[lower-alpha 33] 949 17 790 [168]
Sierra Leone 865 46 475 [169][170]
Burkina Faso 847 53 719 [171][172]
Uruguay[lower-alpha 34] 825 23 689 [173]
Georgia[lower-alpha 35] 794 12 624 [174]
Chad 790 66 539 [175]
Madagascar 826 6 174 [176]
Andorra 765 51 698 [177]
Nicaragua 759 35 370 [52][178]
Jordan 746 9 535 [179]
Diamond Princess[lower-alpha 19] 712 14 653 [76][180]
San Marino 671 42 359 [181]
Malta 619 9 537 [182]
Congo[lower-alpha 36] 611 20 179 [183][184]
Mauritania 588 26 36 [185]
Jamaica 586 9 311 [186]
Donetsk PR[lower-alpha 37] 539 18 134 [187]
Tanzania 509 21 183 [188][189]
São Tomé & Príncipe 484 12 68 [190]
Cape Verde 458 4 210 [191]
Uganda 457 0 72 [192][193]
Palestine 449 3 372 [194]
Taiwan[lower-alpha 38] 443 7 427 [196]
Togo 443 13 215 [197]
Luhansk PR[lower-alpha 37] 419 6 306 [198]
Rwanda 377 1 262 [199][200]
Yemen 354 84 14 [201]
Isle of Man[lower-alpha 39] 336 24 311 [202]
Malawi 336 4 42 [203]
Mauritius 335 10 322 [204]
Somaliland[lower-alpha 40] 332 23 33 [205]
Vietnam 328 0 293 [206]
Montenegro 324 9 315 [207]
Jersey 308 29 290 [208]
Liberia 296 27 159 [209]
Eswatini 293 3 194 [210]
Guernsey 252 13 238 [211]
Mozambique 254 2 97 [212]
Benin 243 3 147 [213]
Myanmar 228 6 138 [214]
Zimbabwe 203 4 29 [215][216]
Faroe Islands 187 0 187 [217]
Mongolia 185 0 44 [218]
Guam[lower-alpha 31] 172 5 143 [13][219]
Gibraltar 170 0 151 [220]
Libya 168 5 52 [221]
Guyana 153 12 70 [222]
Cayman Islands 150 1 75 [223]
Costa Atlantica 148 0 0 [224]
Bermuda 141 9 112 [225]
Brunei 141 2 138 [226][227]
Greg Mortimer[lower-alpha 34] 128 1 No data [228][229]
Cambodia 125 0 123 [230]
Syria[lower-alpha 41] 123 5 46 [231]
Trinidad & Tobago 117 8 108 [232]
Northern Cyprus[lower-alpha 42] 108 4 104 [233]
Comoros 106 2 26 [234]
Bahamas 102 11 48 [235]
Aruba 101 3 98 [236]
Monaco 99 4 90 [237]
Barbados 92 7 76 [238]
Angola 86 4 18 [239]
Liechtenstein 82 1 55 [240][241]
Sint Maarten 77 15 60 [242]
U.S. Virgin Islands 69 6 61 [243]
Burundi 63 1 33 [244]
French Polynesia 60 0 60 [245]
Macau 45 0 45 [246]
Suriname 44 1 9 [247]
Bhutan 43 0 6 [248]
Artsakh[lower-alpha 43] 43 0 26 [249]
Eritrea 39 0 39 [250]
Botswana 38 1 20 [251]
South Ossetia[lower-alpha 44] 37 0 30 [249]
Abkhazia[lower-alpha 45] 28 1 15 [249]
Antigua & Barbuda 26 3 19 [252][253]
Saint Vincent[lower-alpha 46] 26 0 14 [254][255]
Namibia 25 0 16 [256]
The Gambia 25 1 20 [257]
East Timor 24 0 24 [258]
Grenada 23 0 18 [259][260]
Northern Mariana Islands 22 2 16 [261]
Curaçao 20 1 15 [262]
New Caledonia 20 0 18 [263]
Laos 19 0 16 [264]
Belize 18 2 16 [265]
Fiji 18 0 15 [266]
Saint Lucia 18 0 18 [267][268]
Dominica 16 0 16 [269]
Saint Kitts & Nevis 15 0 15 [270]
Falkland Islands 13 0 13 [271]
Greenland 13 0 11 [272]
MS Zaandam[lower-alpha 47] 13 4 No data [275][276]
Coral Princess[lower-alpha 48] 12 2 No data [278]
Turks & Caicos Islands 12 1 10 [279]
Vatican City 12 0 2 [280]
Montserrat 11 1 10 [281]
Seychelles 11 0 11 [282]
British Virgin Islands 8 1 7 [283]
HNLMS Dolfijn[lower-alpha 49] 8 0 No data [284]
Papua New Guinea 8 0 8 [287]
Anguilla 3 0 3 [288]
Saba 3 0 3 [289]
Bonaire 2 0 2 [290]
Lesotho 2 0 1 [291]
Sint Eustatius 2 0 2 [292]
Saint Pierre & Miquelon 1 0 1 [293]
As of 2 June 2020 (UTC) · History of cases: China, international
Notes
  1. Cases. This number shows the cumulative number of confirmed human cases reported to date. The actual number of infections and cases is likely to be higher than reported.[6] Reporting criteria and testing capacity vary between countries.
    The total number of cases may not necessarily add up due to the frequency of values being updated for each location.
  2. Locations. Countries, territories, and international conveyances where cases were diagnosed. The nationality of the infected and the origin of infection may vary. For some countries, cases are split into respective territories and noted accordingly.
  3. Deaths. Reporting criteria vary between countries.
    The total number of deaths may not necessarily add up due to the frequency of values being updated for each location.
  4. Recoveries. May not correspond to actual current figures and not all recoveries may be reported. Reporting criteria vary between countries.
    The total number of recoveries may not necessarily add up due to the frequency of values being updated for each location.
  5. United States
    1. Figures include cases identified on the Grand Princess.
    2. Figures do not include the unincorporated territories of Puerto Rico, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and U.S. Virgin Islands, all of which are listed separately.
    3. Not all states or overseas territories report recovery data.
    4. Cases include clinically diagnosed cases as per CDC guidelines.[7]
    5. Recoveries and deaths include probable deaths and people released from quarantine as per CDC guidelines.[8][9][10]
    6. Figures from the United States Department of Defense are only released on a branch-by branch basis since April 2020, without distinction between domestic and foreign deployment, and cases may be reported to local health authorities.[11]
    7. Cases for the USS Theodore Roosevelt, currently docked at Guam, are reported separate from national figures but included in the Navy's totals.
    8. There is also one case reported from Guantanamo Bay Naval Base not included in any other nation or territory's counts.[12] Since April 2020, the United States Department of Defense has directed all bases, including Guantanamo Bay, to not publicize case statistics.[11]
  6. Russia
    1. Including cases from the disputed Crimea and Sevastopol.
    2. Excluding the cases from Diamond Princess cruise ship which are classified as "on an international conveyance".
  7. United Kingdom
    1. Excluding all British Overseas Territories and Crown dependencies.
    2. As of 23 March 2020, the UK government does not publish the number of recoveries. The last update on 22 March reported 135 recovered patients.[17]
  8. Spain
    1. Excludes serology–confirmed cases.
  9. Germany
    1. Not all state authorities count recoveries.[24]
    2. Recoveries include estimations by the Robert Koch Institute.[24][25]
  10. France
    1. Including French overseas regions of French Guiana, Saint Martin and Saint Barthélemy.
    2. Excluding collectivities of New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Saint Pierre and Miquelon.
    3. Recoveries only include hospitalized cases.[30]
    4. Figures for total confirmed cases and total deaths include data from both hospital and nursing home (ESMS: établissements sociaux et médico-sociaux).[30]
  11. Chile
    1. Including the special territory of Easter Island.
    2. On 29 April 2020, the Chilean government started to inform the number of asymptomatic confirmed cases, separated from the official number of confirmed cases.[31] Since 30 April, all confirmed cases (no matter their symptoms) are included in the official number.
    3. Chilean authorities define a person as "recovered" after 14 days since the detection of the virus because "they are no longer contagious".[32] Initially, patients who have died of coronavirus were counted as recovered, following the same criteria, according to Health Minister Jaime Mañalich;[33][34][35] however, this was changed later and Chilean reports inform the number of recovered separated from the deceased.[36]
  12. China
    1. Excluding 397 asymptomatic cases under medical observation as of 31 May 2020.
    2. Asymptomatic cases were not reported before 31 March 2020.
    3. Excluding Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau.
    4. Does not include Taiwan.
  13. Belgium
    1. The number of deaths also includes untested cases and cases in retirement homes that presumably died because of COVID-19, whilst most countries only include deaths of tested cases in hospitals.[44]
  14. Netherlands
    1. The Kingdom of the Netherlands consists of a) the Netherlands* [the country as opposed to the kingdom; listed here], which in turn includes the Caribbean Netherlands, that are made up of the special municipalities Bonaire*, Saba* and Sint Eustatius*; b) Aruba*; c) Curaçao*; and d) Sint Maarten*. All regions marked with an asterisk are listed separately.
    2. The Dutch Government agency RIVM, responsible for the constituent country the Netherlands, does not count its number of recoveries.[48]
  15. Egypt
    1. Includes cases identified on the MS River Anuket.
  16. Ukraine
    1. Excluding cases from the disputed Crimea and Sevastopol. Cases in these territories are included in the Russian total.
    2. Excluding cases from the unrecognized Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics.
  17. Argentina
    1. Excluding confirmed cases on the claimed territory of the Falkland Islands. Since 11 April, the Argentine Ministry of Health includes them in their official reports.[73]
  18. Israel
    1. Including cases from the disputed Golan Heights.
    2. Excluding cases from the State of Palestine.
  19. Diamond Princess and Japan
    1. The British cruise ship Diamond Princess was in Japanese waters, and the Japanese administration was asked to manage its quarantine, with the passengers having not entered Japan. Therefore, this case is included in neither the Japanese nor British official counts. The World Health Organization classifies the cases as being located "on an international conveyance".
  20. Denmark
    1. The autonomous territories of the Faroe Islands and Greenland are listed separately.
  21. Serbia
    1. Excluding cases from the disputed territory of Kosovo.
  22. Norway
    1. Estimation of the number of infected:
      • As of 23 March 2020, according to figures from just over 40 per cent of all GPs in Norway, 20,200 patients have been registered with the "corona code" R991. The figure includes both cases where the patient has been diagnosed with coronavirus infection through testing, and where the GP has used the "corona code" after assessing the patient's symptoms against the criteria by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.[93]
      • As of 24 March 2020, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health estimates that between 7,120 and 23,140 Norwegians are infected with the coronavirus.[94]
  23. Moldova
    1. Including the disputed territory of Transnistria.
  24. Morocco
    1. Including cases in the disputed Western Sahara territory controlled by Morocco. There are no confirmed cases in the rest of Western Sahara.[99]
  25. Australia
    1. Excluding the cases from Diamond Princess cruise ship which are classified as "on an international conveyance". Ten cases, including one fatality recorded by the Australian government.
  26. Finland
    1. Including the autonomous region of the Åland Islands.
    2. The number of recoveries is an estimate based on reported cases which were reported at least two weeks ago and there is no other monitoring data on the course of the disease.[102] The exact number of recoveries is not known, as only a small proportion of patients have been hospitalized.[103]
  27. Azerbaijan
    1. Excluding the self-declared state of Artsakh.
  28. DR Congo
  29. Cuba
    1. Includes cases on the MS Braemar.
    2. Excluding cases from Guantanamo Bay, which is governed by the United States.
  30. Somalia
    1. Excluding the de facto state of Somaliland.
  31. Guam and USS Theodore Roosevelt
    1. Cases for the USS Theodore Roosevelt, currently docked at Guam, are reported separately.
  32. Charles de Gaulle
    1. Including cases on the escort frigate Chevalier Paul.
    2. Florence Parly, Minister of the Armed Forces, reported to the National Assembly's National Defense and Armed Forces Committee [fr] that 2010 sailors of the carrier battle group led by Charles de Gaulle had been tested, with 1081 tests returning positive so far.[156] Many of these cases were aboard Charles de Gaulle, some of the cases were reportedly aboard French frigate Chevalier Paul, and it is unclear if any other ships in the battle group had cases on board.[157][158][159]
  33. Cyprus
  34. Greg Mortimer and Uruguay
    1. Although currently anchored off the coast of Uruguay, cases for the Greg Mortimer are currently reported separately. Six have been transferred inland for hospitalization.
  35. Georgia
    1. Excluding the de facto states of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
  36. Congo
    1. Also known as the Republic of the Congo and not to be confused with the DR Congo.
  37. Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republic
    1. Note that these territories are distinct from the Ukraine-administered regions of the Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts.
  38. Taiwan
    1. Including cases from the ROCS Pan Shi.[195]
  39. Isle of Man
    1. Recoveries are presumed. Defined as "An individual testing positive for coronavirus who completes the 14 day self-isolation period from the onset of symptoms who is at home on day 15, or an individual who is discharged from hospital following more severe symptoms."[202]
  40. Somaliland
    1. Cases from this de facto state are not counted by Somalia.
  41. Syria
    1. Excluding cases from the disputed Golan Heights.
  42. Northern Cyprus
    1. Cases from this de facto state are not counted by Cyprus.
  43. Artsakh
    1. Cases from this de facto state are not counted by Azerbaijan.
  44. South Ossetia
    1. Cases from this de facto state are not counted by Georgia.
  45. Abkhazia
    1. Cases from this de facto state are not counted by Georgia.
  46. Saint Vincent
    1. The sovereign state of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
  47. MS Zaandam
    1. Including cases from MS Rotterdam.
    2. The MS Rotterdam rendezvoused with the Zaandam on 26 March off the coast of Panama City to provide support and evacuate healthy passengers. Both have since docked in Florida.[273][274]
    3. MS Zaandam and Rotterdam's numbers are currently not counted in any national figures.
  48. Coral Princess
    1. The cruise ship Coral Princess has tested positive cases since early April 2020 and has since docked in Miami.[277]
    2. Coral Princess's numbers are currently not counted in any national figures.
  49. HNLMS Dolfijn
    1. All 8 cases currently associated with Dolfijn were reported while the submarine was at sea in the waters between Scotland and the Netherlands.[284]
    2. It is unclear whether the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) is including these cases in their total count, but neither their daily update details nor their daily epidemiological situation reports appear to have mentioned the ship, with a breakdown of cases listing the twelve provinces of the country of the Netherlands (as opposed to the kingdom) accounting for all the cases in the total count.[285][286]
    3. As RIVM does not report recoveries, and militaries are generally less transparent than most government agencies due to operations security concerns, it is assumed that no official report on recoveries is forthcoming.
CountryCases per
million inhabitants
(rounded)
Deaths per
million inhabitants
(rounded)
Abkhazia1144
Afghanistan4898
Albania40212
Algeria21815
Andorra9853658
Angola30
Anguilla2020
Antigua and Barbuda27031
Argentina37512
Armenia321047
Aruba90027
Australia2804
Austria188075
Azerbaijan5627
Bahamas26529
Bahrain731412
Bangladesh2944
Barbados32124
Belarus461826
Belgium5073822
Belize445
Benin200
Bermuda2187141
Bhutan580
Bolivia87027
Bosnia and Herzegovina76547
Botswana150
Brazil2434139
British Virgin Islands26633
Brunei3074
Bulgaria36220
Burkina Faso392
Burundi60
Cambodia80
Cameroon2227
Canada2409193
Cape Verde7907
Cayman Islands214215
Central African Republic1840
Chad484
Chile550458
China593
Colombia59519
Comoros1212
Congo1114
Costa Rica2092
Croatia55125
Cuba1827
Curaçao1226
Cyprus107819
Czech Republic86730
DR Congo361
Denmark200399
Djibouti311022
Dominica2230
Dominican Republic166948
East Timor170
Ecuador2235192
Egypt24910
El Salvador3987
Equatorial Guinea8988
Eritrea110
Estonia140751
Eswatini2612
Ethiopia130
Falkland Islands40650
Faroe Islands35670
Fiji200
Finland125258
France2262429
French Polynesia2170
Gabon12228
Gambia110
Georgia2113
Germany2207103
Ghana2671
Gibraltar50460
Greece27216
Greenland2320
Grenada2050
Guam99829
Guatemala3067
Guernsey3988206
Guinea3032
Guinea-Bissau7835
Guyana19515
Haiti1834
Honduras56823
Hong Kong1451
Hungary39854
Iceland493327
India1404
Indonesia1016
Iran185094
Iraq1605
Ireland5092335
Isle of Man4033288
Israel185831
Italy3868555
Ivory Coast1101
Jamaica2133
Japan1337
Jersey2884272
Jordan691
Kazakhstan6042
Kenya411
Kosovo59317
Kuwait628150
Kyrgyzstan2782
Laos30
Latvia56013
Lebanon1794
Lesotho10
Liberia646
Libya231
Liechtenstein211626
Lithuania60125
Luxembourg6417176
Macau650
Madagascar290
Malawi150
Malaysia2404
Maldives473113
Mali624
Malta125218
Mauritania1306
Mauritius2658
Mexico70978
Moldova3117114
Monaco2598105
Mongolia540
Montenegro52114
Montserrat2205200
Morocco2186
Mozambique80
Myanmar40
Namibia100
Nepal520
Netherlands2665341
New Caledonia660
New Zealand2314
Nicaragua1175
Niger433
Nigeria491
North Macedonia111567
Northern Cyprus30711
Northern Mariana Islands39136
Norway157144
Oman263111
Pakistan3287
Palestine901
Panama319180
Papua New Guinea10
Paraguay1362
Peru5011137
Philippines1719
Poland63028
Portugal3163137
Puerto Rico121343
Qatar2090314
Romania100065
Russia282733
Rwanda300
Saint Kitts and Nevis2840
Saint Lucia1010
San Marino199981252
Sao Tome and Principe229757
Saudi Arabia249215
Senegal2182
Serbia164135
Seychelles1120
Sierra Leone1096
Singapore61884
Sint Maarten1896369
Slovakia2795
Slovenia70352
Somalia1245
South Africa55612
South Korea2225
South Ossetia6910
South Sudan781
Spain5083576
Sri Lanka750
Sudan1187
Suriname402
Sweden3656426
Switzerland3588193
Syria70
Taiwan190
Tajikistan4315
Tanzania90
Thailand461
Togo592
Trinidad and Tobago866
Tunisia924
Turkey197255
Turks and Caicos Islands27923
U.S. Virgin Islands66057
Uganda100
Ukraine57417
United Arab Emirates349427
United Kingdom4113576
United States5548321
Uruguay2346
Uzbekistan1070
Vatican City145450
Venezuela470
Vietnam30
Yemen113
Zambia590
Zimbabwe120

Africa

U.S. Air Force airmen unload a C-17 aircraft carrying approximately 4,000 pounds of medical supplies in Niamey, Niger 23 April 2020.

According to Michael Yao, WHO's head of emergency operations in Africa, early detection is vital because the continent's health systems "are already overwhelmed by many ongoing disease outbreaks".[294][295] Advisers say that a strategy based on testing could allow African countries to minimise lockdowns that inflict enormous hardship on those who depend on income earned day by day to be able to feed themselves and their families. Even in the best scenario, the United Nations says 74 million test kits and 30,000 ventilators will be needed by the continent's 1.3 billion people in 2020.[296] Most of the reported cases are from six countries: South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Morocco, Egypt and Algeria, but it is believed that there is widespread under-reporting in other African countries with poorer health care systems.[297] Cases have been confirmed in all African countries, with Lesotho the last country to report its first coronavirus case on 13 May 2020.[298] There have been no reported cases in the British Overseas Territories of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.

Antarctica

As of 2 May, Antarctica is the only continent not reached by the COVID-19 pandemic.[299][300]

Asia

Disinfection of Tehran Metro trains against coronavirus. Similar measures have also been taken in other countries.[301]

A cluster of mysterious pneumonia cases was detected in December 2019 in Wuhan and eventually spread to the rest of China. Afterwards, many other Asian countries started to confirm cases, with some of the most affected countries being South Korea, Turkey and Iran. A number of countries such as India and Malaysia also experience a surge in cases following religious gathering events in those countries. As of 30 April, cases have been reported in all Asian countries except for North Korea and Turkmenistan, both of which have suspected cases. The lack of cases in North Korea is disputed, given its shared border with China, while concerns have been raised about the ability for its health system to cope.[300] There have been no reported cases in the Australian external territories of Christmas Island and Cocos (Keeling) Islands.[citation needed]

Europe

France has been transferring COVID-19 patients from overloaded hospitals to ones in other regions via military helicopters, as seen here at Strasbourg Airport.

A small number of initial cases in Europe were reported in France, Germany and other countries. On 21 February, a large outbreak was reported in Italy, mostly in the north near Milan. Cases grew rapidly as the outbreak spread across Europe. Cases have been reported in all European countries after Montenegro reported a case on 17 March, and in almost all European territories after the Isle of Man on 19 March, the disputed state of Transnistria on 21 March[302] and Åland Islands on 22 March reported cases. No cases have been reported in Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands.[300] The WHO declared Europe as the new center of the virus after the situation improved in China.[303]

North America

A nurse prepares a patient for a procedure in the intensive care unit aboard the USNS Comfort, a hospital ship docked in Manhattan

The first cases in North America were reported in the United States in January 2020. Cases were reported in all North American countries after Saint Kitts and Nevis confirmed a case on 25 March, and in all North American territories after Bonaire confirmed a case on 16 April.[304]

On 26 March 2020, the U.S. became the country with the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 infections, with over 82,000 cases.[305] On 11 April 2020, the U.S. became the country with the highest official death toll for COVID-19, with over 20,000 deaths.[306] As of 15 May 2020 the total cases of COVID-19 were 1,571,908 with 95,764 total deaths.[307]

Canada reported 60,616 cases and 3,842 deaths on 4 May,[308] while Mexico reported 23,471 cases and 2,154 deaths.[309] The Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba are the only Caribbean countries reporting more than 1,000 cases (16,908, 2,124 and 2,025, respectively), while Panama and Honduras led Central America with 7,197 and 1,055 cases, respectively.[310]

Oceania

Barricades mark a closed border between New South Wales and Queensland in Australia

The first confirmed case was in Melbourne, Victoria on 25 January.[311] Many small Pacific island nations have thus far avoided the outbreak by closing their international borders. As of 2 June 2020,[312] no cases have been reported in the sovereign states of Kiribati, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu.[300] No cases have been reported in the territories of American Samoa (territory of the United States), Christmas Island (external territory of Australia), the Cocos (Keeling) Islands (external territory of Australia), the Cook Islands (associated state of New Zealand), Niue (associated state of New Zealand), Norfolk Island (external territory of Australia), the Pitcairn Islands (British Overseas Territory), Tokelau (territory of New Zealand), and Wallis and Futuna (French overseas collectivity).

As of 5 May, 8,227 cases have been reported in Oceania; the five countries reporting the most cases are: Australia (6,825), New Zealand (1,137), Guam (149), French Polynesia (58), and Fiji (18). 122 deaths have been reported in the region: Australia (95), New Zealand (20), Guam (5), and Northern Mariana Islands (2).[313]

South America

As of 19 March, cases have been confirmed in all South American countries. Cases were confirmed in all South American territories, as cases were confirmed in the Falkland Islands on 3 April.

The coronavirus was first reported in South America on 26 February when Brazil confirmed a case in São Paulo. Since then, governments across the region have taken an array of actions to protect their citizens and contain the spread of COVID-19.[314] Brazil reported 100,000 cases of infection and 7,000 deaths on 3 May,[315] becoming the country with the ninth highest number of cases in the world. As of 22 May, Brazil is the second country in the rank.

The other South American countries with the highest number of cases are Peru (108,928), Ecuador (29,538), Chile (31,663), Colombia (7,668), Argentina (4,783), and Bolivia (1,594).[310] Bouvet Island and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands have not reported any cases as of 2 May.[300]

International conveyances

The outbreak spread to several cruise ships including the Diamond Princess, the Grand Princess, the World Dream, the MS Westerdam and the MS Braemar.[316][317][318][319][excessive citations]

Cruise operators have either cancelled or changed their itineraries as countries across the world implement travel restrictions to curb the disease. Ports are refusing to accept cruise ships that have either been to Chinese ports or are carrying Chinese passengers.[citation needed]

The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), which represents 90% of cruise operators, announced the various precautionary measures being implemented by its members. All passengers who have traveled to or visited/transited through China (including Hong Kong and Macau) within 14 days before embarkation will be denied entry into cruise ships. Any persons in close contact with either suspected or diagnosed cases of coronavirus infection will also be denied entry.[320]

Timeline of first confirmed cases by country or territory


First cases by country or territory
Date Country or territory
1 December China
13 January Thailand
16 January Japan
20 January South Korea United States
21 January Taiwan[lower-alpha 1]
22 January Hong Kong[lower-alpha 2] Macau[lower-alpha 2]
23 January Singapore Vietnam
24 January Nepal France
25 January Australia Canada Malaysia
27 January Cambodia Germany Sri Lanka
29 January Finland United Arab Emirates
30 January India Italy Philippines
31 January Russia Spain Sweden United Kingdom
4 February Belgium
14 February Egypt
19 February Iran
21 February Israel Lebanon
24 February Afghanistan Bahrain Iraq Kuwait Oman
25 February Algeria Austria Brazil Croatia Switzerland
26 February Georgia Greece North Macedonia Norway Pakistan Romania
27 February Denmark Estonia Netherlands Nigeria San Marino
28 February Azerbaijan Belarus Iceland Lithuania Mexico Monaco New Zealand
29 February Ecuador Ireland Luxembourg Qatar
1 March Armenia Czech Republic Dominican Republic Saint Barthélemy[lower-alpha 3] Saint Martin[lower-alpha 3]
2 March Andorra Indonesia Jordan Latvia Morocco Portugal Saudi Arabia Senegal Tunisia
3 March Argentina Chile Gibraltar[lower-alpha 4] Liechtenstein Ukraine
4 March Faroe Islands[lower-alpha 5] French Guiana[lower-alpha 6] Hungary Poland Slovenia
5 March Bosnia and Herzegovina Martinique[lower-alpha 6] Palestine South Africa
6 March Bhutan Cameroon Colombia Costa Rica Peru Serbia Slovakia Togo Vatican City
7 March Maldives Malta Moldova Paraguay
8 March Albania Bangladesh Bulgaria
9 March Brunei Cyprus Guernsey[lower-alpha 7] Panama
10 March Bolivia Burkina Faso DR Congo Jamaica Jersey[lower-alpha 7] Mongolia Northern Cyprus[lower-alpha 1] Turkey
11 March Cuba French Polynesia[lower-alpha 3] Guyana Honduras Ivory Coast Réunion[lower-alpha 6]
12 March Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Trinidad and Tobago
13 March Antigua and Barbuda Aruba[lower-alpha 8] Cayman Islands[lower-alpha 4] Curaçao[lower-alpha 8] Ethiopia Gabon Ghana Guadeloupe[lower-alpha 6] Guatemala Guinea Kazakhstan Kenya Kosovo[lower-alpha 1] Puerto Rico[lower-alpha 9] Saint Lucia Sudan Suriname U.S. Virgin Islands[lower-alpha 9] Uruguay Venezuela
14 March Central African Republic Congo Equatorial Guinea Eswatini Mauritania Mayotte[lower-alpha 6] Namibia Rwanda Seychelles
15 March Akrotiri and Dhekelia[lower-alpha 4] Bahamas Guam[lower-alpha 9] Uzbekistan
16 March Benin Greenland[lower-alpha 5] Liberia Somalia Tanzania
17 March Barbados Gambia Montenegro Sint Maarten[lower-alpha 8]
18 March Bermuda[lower-alpha 4] Djibouti El Salvador Kyrgyzstan Mauritius Montserrat[lower-alpha 4] New Caledonia[lower-alpha 10] Nicaragua Zambia
19 March Angola Chad Fiji Haiti Isle of Man[lower-alpha 7] Niger
20 March Cape Verde East Timor Madagascar Papua New Guinea Uganda Zimbabwe
21 March Eritrea Transnistria[lower-alpha 11]
22 March Åland Islands[lower-alpha 12] Dominica Grenada Mozambique Syria
23 March Belize Myanmar Turks and Caicos Islands[lower-alpha 4]
24 March Laos Libya
25 March British Virgin Islands[lower-alpha 4] Guinea-Bissau Mali Saint Kitts and Nevis
26 March Anguilla[lower-alpha 4]
28 March Northern Mariana Islands[lower-alpha 9]
30 March Botswana
31 March Burundi Donetsk People's Republic[lower-alpha 13] Luhansk People's Republic[lower-alpha 13] Sierra Leone Sint Eustatius[lower-alpha 14] Somaliland[lower-alpha 15]
2 April Malawi
3 April Falkland Islands[lower-alpha 4][lower-alpha 16]
4 April Western Sahara[lower-alpha 16][lower-alpha 17]
5 April Saint Pierre and Miquelon[lower-alpha 3] South Sudan
6 April São Tomé and Príncipe
7 April Abkhazia[lower-alpha 1] Artsakh[lower-alpha 11]
10 April Yemen
11 April Saba[lower-alpha 14]
16 April Bonaire[lower-alpha 14]
30 April Comoros Tajikistan
6 May South Ossetia[lower-alpha 1]
13 May Lesotho
  1. Non-member of the United Nations with limited recognition by some UN member states.
  2. Special administrative region of China
  3. Overseas collectivity of France
  4. British Overseas Territory
  5. Autonomous territory of Denmark
  6. Overseas department of France
  7. Crown dependency
  8. Country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
  9. Territory of the United States
  10. Sui generis collectivity of France
  11. Non-member of the United Nations with limited recognition only by other non-UN member states.
  12. Autonomous region of Finland
  13. One of two mutually recognized proto-states established by Russia-backed rebels also recognized by South Ossetia.
  14. Special municipality of the Netherlands
  15. Non-member of the United Nations not recognised by any other state.
  16. Subject of territorial dispute
  17. The case was confirmed in the Laâyoune-Sakia El Hamra region in the Moroccan-controlled part.

Countries and dependent territories without confirmed cases


Below is a list of countries and territories with no confirmed cases of COVID-19, in order of greatest population.

UN member states

As of May 2020, 12 sovereign states (10 in Oceania and 2 in Asia) have not confirmed any cases of COVID-19. Below is a list of these countries, ordered by population.

States with no confirmed cases
#CountryPopulationContinent Ref.
1 North Korea[lower-alpha 1] 25,778,816Asia [312][321]
2 Turkmenistan[lower-alpha 1] 6,031,200Asia [322][312]
3 Solomon Islands686,884Oceania [312][323]
4 Vanuatu307,145Oceania [312][323]
5 Samoa198,413Oceania [312][323]
6 Kiribati119,451Oceania [312][323]
7 Federated States of Micronesia115,030Oceania [312][323]
8 Tonga105,695Oceania [312][323]
9 Marshall Islands59,190Oceania [312][323]
10 Palau18,094Oceania [312][323]
11 Tuvalu11,793Oceania [312][323]
12 Nauru10,823Oceania [312][323]
  1. Cases are suspected, but none have been officially reported.[321][324]

States with limited recognition

Partially recognized states with no confirmed cases
#CountryPopulationStatusDe jureContinentRef.
1 Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic[lower-alpha 1]100,000recognised by at least one UN member stateDisputedAfrica
  1. Part of Western Sahara controlled by Morocco has confirmed cases.[325]

Dependent territories

Dependencies with no confirmed cases
#TerritoryPopulationStatusCountryContinentRef.
1 American Samoa55,191unincorporated territory United StatesOceania [312][326]
2 Cook Islands17,564associated state New ZealandOceania [312][327]
3 Wallis and Futuna11,239overseas collectivity FranceOceania [312]
4 Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha5,633overseas territory United KingdomAfrica [312][328]
5 Svalbard2,667unincorporated area NorwayEurope [312]
6 Christmas Island1,843external territory AustraliaAsia [312]
7 Norfolk Island1,748external territory AustraliaOceania [312]
8 Niue1,626associated state New ZealandOceania [312]
9 Tokelau1,357dependent territory New ZealandOceania [312]
10 Cocos (Keeling) Islands544external territory AustraliaAsia [312]
11 Pitcairn Islands50overseas territory United KingdomOceania [312]

    Statistics


    Total confirmed deaths per million of COVID-19 by country and territory:
      100+ deaths per million inhabitants
      10–100 deaths per million inhabitants
      1–10 deaths per million inhabitants
      0.1–1 deaths per million inhabitants
      0.01–0.1 deaths per million inhabitants
      No deaths or no data

    See also


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