COVID-19 pandemic by country and territory

COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 Outbreak World Map Total Deaths per Capita.svg
Confirmed deaths per million population
per date on map
  •   1000+
  •   178–1000
  •   32–178
  •   6–32
  •   1–6
  •   <1
  •   No deaths or no data
Disease COVID-19
Virus strain SARS-CoV-2
Source Probably bats, possibly via pangolins[1][2]
Location Worldwide
First outbreak Mainland China[3]
Index case Wuhan, Hubei, China
30°37′11″N 114°15′28″E / 30.61972°N 114.25778°E / 30.61972; 114.25778
Date 1 December 2019 (2019-12-01)[3] – present
(1 year, 3 months and 1 week)
Confirmed cases 116,817,145[4]
Active cases 48,196,582[4]
Recovered 66,027,795[4]
Deaths
2,592,768[4]
Territories
192[4]

This article provides a general overview and documents the status of locations affected by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus which causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic. The first human cases of COVID-19 were identified in Wuhan, the capital of the province of Hubei in China in December 2019. The most recent country or territory to report its first confirmed case was the Federated States of Micronesia on 8 January 2021.[5]

Maps

Cases

World maps showing total cases and cases per 100,000 by country. Data collected from multiple national health agencies.

Confirmed total cases by country as of 3 March 2021. [6]
  •   10,000,000+
  •   1,000,000–9,999,999
  •   100,000–999,999
  •   10,000–99,999
  •   1,000–9,999
  •   100–999
  •   1–99
  •   0
Confirmed cases per 100,000 by country or sub-national unit as of 3 March 2021. [6]
  •   >10,000
  •   3,000–10,000
  •   1,000–3,000
  •   300–1,000
  •   100–300
  •   30–100
  •   0–30
  •   None or no data
Daily new cases by country (average of prior 7 days). [7]

Deaths

Map of death rates per million citizens based on data published by national health agencies.

Total confirmed deaths per million of COVID-19 by country and territory:
  •   1000+ deaths/million
  •   178–1000 deaths/million
  •   32–178 deaths/million
  •   6–32 deaths/million
  •   1–6 deaths/million
  •   <1 death per million
  •   No deaths or no data

Statistics

Total cases and deaths

As of 21:25 UTC on 7 March 2021, there are 116,817,145 confirmed cases, 48,196,582 active cases, 66,027,795 recoveries, and 2,592,768 deaths in about 192 countries/territories[4] and 26 cruise/naval ships.[8]

Total cases and death rates by country

Cases and death rates are as reported by the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center. The figures may differ from those in the 'Total cases and deaths' table above, which are based on a variety of sources. See COVID-19 pandemic death rates by country for expanded table and more info.

Cumulative monthly death totals by country

The 2020 and 2021 tables below contain the cumulative number of monthly deaths from the pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) reported by each country and territory to the World Health Organization (WHO) and published in the WHO's daily situation reports. See COVID-19 pandemic deaths for expanded tables and more info.

Cases and deaths by region

By continent

As a result of COVID-19 many regions have imposed lockdowns, curfews and quarantines alongside new legislation and evacuations, or other restrictions for citizens of or recent travelers to the most affected areas.[369] Other regions have imposed global restrictions that apply to all foreign countries and territories, or prevent their own citizens from travelling overseas.[370]

Africa

  1–99 confirmed cases
  100–999 confirmed cases
  1,000–9,999 confirmed cases
  10,000–99,999 confirmed cases
  100,000+ confirmed cases

The government of Egypt denied January 2021 allegations that the shortage of oxygen had killed several COVID-19 patients at one of its hospitals. However, an investigation led by The New York Times confirmed that the authorities had lied. The video of one of Egypt's hospitals treating critical patients using manual ventilation methods went viral on Facebook. The video was posted by Ahmed Nafei, the nephew of a 62-year-old woman who died. In addition, the relatives of the dead patients and the El Husseineya Central Hospital's medical staff also confirmed in an interview given to The New York Times that the cause of death had been the shortage of oxygen.[380]

Asia

COVID-19 deaths per million residents as of 10 December 2020

Europe

Deaths per million residents as of 4 March 2021

North America

  1–499 confirmed cases
  500–999
  1,000–1,999
  2,000–4,999
  5,000–9,999
  10,000–49,999
  50,000–99,999
  100,000–199,999
  200,000+ confirmed cases

Oceania

  1–9 confirmed cases
  10–99 confirmed cases
  100–999 confirmed cases
  1000–9999 confirmed cases
  10,000+ confirmed cases

South America

  no confirmed cases
  1–49 confirmed cases
  50–99 confirmed cases
  100–249 confirmed cases
  250–499 confirmed cases
  500–999 confirmed cases
  1000+ confirmed cases

Antarctica

COVID-19 pandemic in Antarctica

At sea

Diamond Princess undergoing a cleaning and disinfection process at Daikoku Pier in Yokohama Port photographed on 1 March 2020

Timeline of first confirmed case by country

First COVID-19 cases by country or territory
Date Country or territory
1 December 2019 China
13 January 2020 Thailand
16 January 2020 Japan
20 January 2020 South Korea United States
21 January 2020 Taiwan[a]
22 January 2020 Hong Kong[b] Macau[b]
23 January 2020 Nepal Singapore Vietnam
24 January 2020 France
25 January 2020 Australia Canada Malaysia
27 January 2020 Cambodia Germany Sri Lanka
29 January 2020 Finland United Arab Emirates
30 January 2020 India Italy Philippines
31 January 2020 Russia Spain Sweden United Kingdom
3 February 2020 Belgium
14 February 2020 Egypt
19 February 2020 Iran
21 February 2020 Israel Lebanon
24 February 2020 Afghanistan Bahrain Iraq Kuwait Oman
25 February 2020 Algeria Austria Brazil Croatia Switzerland
26 February 2020 Georgia Greece North Macedonia Norway Pakistan Romania
27 February 2020 Denmark Estonia Netherlands Nigeria San Marino
28 February 2020 Azerbaijan Belarus Iceland Lithuania Mexico Monaco New Zealand
29 February 2020 Ecuador Ireland Luxembourg Qatar
1 March 2020 Armenia Czech Republic Dominican Republic Saint Barthélemy[c] Saint Martin[c]
2 March 2020 Andorra Indonesia Jordan Latvia Morocco Portugal Saudi Arabia Senegal Tunisia
3 March 2020 Argentina Chile Gibraltar[d] Liechtenstein Ukraine
4 March 2020 Faroe Islands[e] French Guiana[f] Hungary Poland Slovenia
5 March 2020 Bosnia and Herzegovina Martinique[f] Palestine South Africa
6 March 2020 Bhutan Cameroon Colombia Costa Rica Peru Serbia Slovakia Togo Vatican City
7 March 2020 Maldives Malta Moldova Paraguay
8 March 2020 Albania Bangladesh Bulgaria
9 March 2020 Brunei Cyprus Guernsey[g] Panama
10 March 2020 Bolivia Burkina Faso DR Congo Jamaica Jersey[g] Mongolia Northern Cyprus[a] Turkey
11 March 2020 Cuba French Polynesia[c] Guyana Honduras Ivory Coast Réunion[f]
12 March 2020 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Trinidad and Tobago
13 March 2020 Antigua and Barbuda Aruba[h] Cayman Islands[d] Curaçao[h] Ethiopia Gabon Ghana Guadeloupe[f] Guatemala Guinea Kazakhstan Kenya Kosovo[a] Puerto Rico[i] Saint Lucia Sudan Suriname U.S. Virgin Islands[i] Uruguay Venezuela
14 March 2020 Central African Republic Congo Equatorial Guinea Eswatini Mauritania Mayotte[f] Namibia Rwanda Seychelles
15 March 2020 Akrotiri and Dhekelia[d] Bahamas Guam[i] Uzbekistan
16 March 2020 Benin Greenland[e] Liberia Somalia Tanzania
17 March 2020 Barbados Gambia Montenegro Sint Maarten[h]
18 March 2020 Bermuda[d] Djibouti El Salvador Kyrgyzstan Mauritius Montserrat[d] New Caledonia[j] Nicaragua Zambia
19 March 2020 Angola Chad Fiji Haiti Isle of Man[g] Niger
20 March 2020 Cape Verde East Timor Madagascar Papua New Guinea Uganda Zimbabwe
21 March 2020 Eritrea Transnistria[k]
22 March 2020 Åland Islands[l] Dominica Grenada Mozambique Syria
23 March 2020 Belize Myanmar Turks and Caicos Islands[d]
24 March 2020 Laos Libya
25 March 2020 British Virgin Islands[d] Guinea-Bissau Mali Saint Kitts and Nevis
26 March 2020 Anguilla[d]
28 March 2020 Northern Mariana Islands[i]
30 March 2020 Botswana
31 March 2020 Burundi Donetsk People's Republic[m] Luhansk People's Republic[m] Sierra Leone Sint Eustatius[n] Somaliland[o]
2 April 2020 Malawi
3 April 2020 Falkland Islands[d]
4 April 2020 Western Sahara[p][q]
5 April 2020 Saint Pierre and Miquelon[c] South Sudan
6 April 2020 São Tomé and Príncipe
7 April 2020 Abkhazia[a] Artsakh[k]
10 April 2020 Yemen
11 April 2020 Saba[n]
16 April 2020 Bonaire[n]
30 April 2020 Comoros Tajikistan
6 May 2020 South Ossetia[a]
13 May 2020 Lesotho
25 July 2020 Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic[a][p]
3 October 2020 Solomon Islands
16 October 2020 Wallis and Futuna[c]
28 October 2020 Marshall Islands
9 November 2020 American Samoa[i]
11 November 2020 Vanuatu
18 November 2020 Samoa
21 December 2020 Antarctica[r]
8 January 2021 Federated States of Micronesia
  1. ^ a b c d e f Non-member of the United Nations with limited recognition by some UN member states.
  2. ^ a b Special administrative region of China
  3. ^ a b c d e Overseas collectivity of France
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i British Overseas Territory
  5. ^ a b Autonomous territory of Denmark
  6. ^ a b c d e Overseas department of France
  7. ^ a b c Crown dependency
  8. ^ a b c Country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
  9. ^ a b c d e Territory of the United States
  10. ^ Sui generis collectivity of France
  11. ^ a b Non-member of the United Nations with limited recognition only by other non-UN member states.
  12. ^ Autonomous region of Finland
  13. ^ a b One of two mutually recognized proto-states established by Russia-backed rebels also recognized by South Ossetia.
  14. ^ a b c Special municipality of the Netherlands
  15. ^ Non-member of the United Nations not recognised by any other state.
  16. ^ a b Subject of territorial dispute
  17. ^ The case was confirmed in the Laâyoune-Sakia El Hamra region in the Moroccan-controlled part.
  18. ^ De facto condominium governed by the signatories to the Antarctic Treaty System.

Countries and territories with no confirmed cases

Below is a list of countries and dependent territories that have not confirmed any cases of COVID-19, in order of greatest population.

UN member states

As of February 2021, 7 sovereign states (5 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 COVID-19 cases
Rank Country Population Continent Ref.
1 North Korea North Korea[a] 25,660,000 Asia [412][413]
2 Turkmenistan Turkmenistan[a] 6,118,000 Asia [412][414]
3 Kiribati 120,100 Oceania [412][415]
4 Tonga 100,651 Oceania [412][415]
5 Palau 17,900 Oceania [412][415]
6 Nauru 11,000 Oceania [412][415]
7 Tuvalu 10,507 Oceania [412][415]
  1. ^ a b Cases are suspected, but none have been officially reported.[413][416]

Dependent territories

See also

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