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Coronavirus Global Cases At A Glance As At 21st March 2020

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This information is regularly updated but may not reflect the latest totals for each country.

Cases Deaths
China 81,457 3,261
Italy 53,578 4,825
Spain 25,374 1,375
USA 22,135 278
Germany 21,828 75
Iran 20,610 1,556
France 12,463 450
South Korea 8,799 102
Switzerland 6,284 72
UK 4,145 178
Netherlands 3,632 136
Belgium 2,815 67
Austria 2,814 8
Norway 2,118 7
Sweden 1,763 20
Denmark 1,326 13
Portugal 1,280 12
Malaysia 1,183 4
Canada 1,137 13
Australia 1,071 7
Japan 1,054 36
Brazil 1,021 15
Czech Republic 925
Israel 883 1
Diamond Princess cruise ship 712 8
Ireland 683 3
Turkey 670 9
Luxembourg 670 8
Pakistan 666 3
Chile 537
Greece 530 13
Finland 521 1
Iceland 473 1
Qatar 470
Poland 452 5
Indonesia 450 38
Singapore 432 2
Ecuador 426 7
Thailand 411 1
Saudi Arabia 392
Slovenia 383 1
Romania 367
India 330 4
Philippines 307 19
Russia 306 1
Estonia 306
Bahrain 305 1
Egypt 285 8
Peru 263 4
South Africa 240
Iraq 214 17
Croatia 206 1
Mexico 203 2
Panama 200 1
Colombia 196
Lebanon 187 4
Kuwait 176
Bulgaria 163 3
Armenia 160
Argentina 158 4
Taiwan 153 2
United Arab Emirates 153 2
Serbia 149 1
San Marino 144 20
Slovakia 144 1
Algeria 139 15
Latvia 124
Costa Rica 113 2
Dominican Republic 112 2
Uruguay 110
Hungary 103 4
Vietnam 94
Bosnia and Herzegovina 93 1
Faroe Islands 92
Andorra 88
Morocco 86 3
Jordan 85
North Macedonia 85
Cyprus 84
Lithuania 83 1
Brunei 83
Moldova 80 1
Sri Lanka 77
Albania 76 2
Malta 73
Belarus 69
Venezuela 65
Burkina Faso 64 2
Tunisia 60 1
Kazakhstan 53
Guadeloupe 53
Cambodia 53
Oman 52
New Zealand 52
West Bank 52
Trinidad and Tobago 49
Georgia 49
Senegal 47
Réunion 45
Azerbaijan 44 1
Ukraine 41 3
Liechtenstein 37
Uzbekistan 37
Martinique 32 1
Cameroon 27
Bangladesh 25 2
Honduras 24
Afghanistan 24
DR Congo 23 1
Nigeria 22
Cuba 21 1
Puerto Rico 21
Ghana 19
Bolivia 19
Paraguay 18 1
Rwanda 17
Jamaica 16 1
Togo 16
Jersey 15
Guam 15
French Polynesia 15
French Guiana 15
Montenegro 14
Ivory Coast 14
Mauritius 14 1
Kyrgyzstan 14
Maldives 13
Guatemala 13 1
Monaco 11
Gibraltar 10
Mongolia 10
Ethiopia 9
Mayotte 7
Seychelles 7
Guyana 7 1
Kenya 7
Tanzania 6
United States Virgin Islands 6
Equatorial Guinea 6
Barbados 6
Aruba 5
Gabon 4 1
Bahamas 4
Suriname 4
Saint Martin 4
Curaçao 3 1
El Salvador 3
Madagascar 3
Namibia 3
Cayman Islands 3 1
Liberia 3
Cape Verde 3
Congo 3
Central African Republic 3
Saint Barthelemy 3
Zimbabwe 3
Guernsey 2
Zambia 2
Saint Lucia 2
Mauritania 2
Kosovo 2
Sudan 2 1
Haiti 2
Bhutan 2
Bermuda 2
Greenland 2
Nicaragua 2
Benin 2
Angola 2
Guinea 2
Papua New Guinea 1
Gambia 1
Eswatini 1
Somalia 1
Nepal 1
Isle of Man 1
Vatican 1
St Vincent and the Grenadines 1
Niger 1
Timor-Leste 1
Fiji 1
Antigua and Barbuda 1
Djibouti 1
Montserrat 1
Chad 1

Source: Johns Hopkins University, national public health agencies

The virus has killed more people in Italy than China

Italy currently has the most confirmed cases outside China – and on Thursday surpassed China’s death toll.

While Italy has about 53,600 confirmed cases compared with China’s 81,000, its death toll of 4,825 exceeds China’s by several hundred.

The majority of Italy’s deaths have occurred in the northern Lombardy region, which contains the city of Milan. Hospitals there are reportedly at breaking point and retired doctors and nurses have been asked to return to work.

A record 793 deaths in 24 hours was announced on Saturday. The recent jump in deaths comes despite Italian authorities imposing stringent restrictions, closing nearly all shops, bars, hairdressers, restaurants and cafes.

Coronavirus global cases, 21 March 2020

This information is regularly updated but may not reflect the latest totals for each country.

 

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