Coronavirus spread statistics

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Interactive map of coronavirus spread

Number of coronavirus infected by country

Country Number Of Infected Number Of Dead
United States of America 1459684 86970
Spain 274367 27459
Russian Federation 262843 2418
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 233151 33614
Italy 223096 31368
Brazil 204795 14058
France 178870 27425
Germany 174975 7928
Turkey 144749 4007
Iran (Islamic Republic of) 116635 6902
China 82933 4633
India 82834 2657
Peru 80604 2267
Canada 73401 5472
Belgium 54644 8959
Saudi Arabia 49176 292
Netherlands 43681 5643
Mexico 42595 4477
Pakistan 37218 803
Chile 37040 368
Switzerland 30514 1874
Ecuador 30502 2338
Qatar 29425 14
Sweden 29207 3646
Portugal 28583 1190
Belarus 27730 156
Singapore 26891 21
Ireland 23827 1506
United Arab Emirates 21084 208
Bangladesh 20065 298
Poland 17850 893
Ukraine 17330 476
Japan 16832 710
Israel 16589 266
Indonesia 16496 1076
Romania 16437 1056
Austria 16108 628
Colombia 13610 525
Kuwait 12860 96
South Africa 12739 238
Philippines 12091 806
Dominican Republic 11320 422
Korea, Republic of 11018 260
Egypt 10829 571
Denmark 10791 537
Serbia 10438 225
Panama 9118 260
Czechia 8352 293
Norway 8196 232
Argentina 7134 353
Australia 7019 98
Malaysia 6855 112
Morocco 6623 190
Algeria 6442 529
Bahrain 6418 10
Finland 6228 293
Afghanistan 6053 153
Kazakhstan 5689 34
Moldova, Republic of 5553 194
Ghana 5530 24
Nigeria 5162 167
Oman 4625 19
Armenia 4044 52
Luxembourg 3915 103
Hungary 3417 442
Bolivia 3372 152
Iraq 3143 115
Thailand 3025 56
Azerbaijan 2980 36
Cameroon 2954 139
Greece 2770 156
Uzbekistan 2652 11
Guinea 2473 15
Honduras 2318 133
Senegal 2310 25
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2236 128
Croatia 2222 95
Bulgaria 2138 102
Côte d'Ivoire 1971 24
Sudan 1964 91
Cuba 1830 79
Iceland 1802 10
Estonia 1766 63
North Macedonia 1723 95
Lithuania 1523 54
Guatemala 1518 29
New Zealand 1498 21
Slovakia 1480 27
Slovenia 1465 103
Congo, Democratic Republic of the 1298 50
Somalia 1284 53
Djibouti 1284 3
Comoros 1221 17
El Salvador 1210 23
Kyrgyzstan 1111 14
Gabon 1104 10
Hong Kong 1053 4
Tunisia 1032 45
Maldives 1020 4
Latvia 970 19
Sri Lanka 925 9
Albania 916 31
Guinea-Bissau 913 3
Tajikistan 907 29
Cyprus 907 17
Lebanon 891 26
Niger 876 50
Costa Rica 830 8
Mali 779 46
Burkina Faso 773 51
Andorra 761 49
Kenya 758 42
Paraguay 754 11
Uruguay 724 19
Georgia 671 12
Zambia 654 7
San Marino 652 41
Jordan 586 9
Equatorial Guinea 583 7
Jersey 549 43
Malta 532 6
Tanzania, United Republic of 509 21
Jamaica 509 9
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 455 10
Taiwan, Province of China 440 7
Réunion 440 0
Sierra Leone 408 26
Chad 399 46
Congo 391 15
Palestine, State of 375 2
Benin 339 2
Isle of Man 332 23
Mauritius 332 10
Montenegro 324 9
Cabo Verde 315 2
Vietnam 312 0
Rwanda 287 0
Ethiopia 287 5
Haiti 273 20
Nepal 258 0
Togo 238 11
Sao Tome and Principe 235 7
South Sudan 231 1
Madagascar 230 0
Liberia 215 20
Martinique 189 14
Faroe Islands 187 0
Eswatini 187 2
Myanmar 181 6
French Guiana 164 1
Uganda 160 0
Guadeloupe 155 13
Gibraltar 147 0
Central African Republic 143 0
Brunei Darussalam 141 1
Cambodia 122 0
Bermuda 122 9
Trinidad and Tobago 116 8
Mozambique 115 0
Guyana 113 10
Aruba 101 3
Mongolia 98 0
Bahamas 96 11
Monaco 96 4
Cayman Islands 93 1
Barbados 85 7
Yemen 85 12
Liechtenstein 82 1
Sint Maarten (Dutch part) 76 15
Libya 64 3
Malawi 63 3
French Polynesia 60 0
Syrian Arab Republic 48 3
Angola 48 2
Macao 45 0
Eritrea 39 0
Saint Martin (French part) 39 3
Zimbabwe 37 4
Puerto Rico 31 2
Guam 29 1
Nicaragua 25 8
Antigua and Barbuda 25 3
Botswana 24 1
Timor-Leste 24 0
Gambia 23 1
Bhutan 21 0
Grenada 21 0
Mauritania 20 2
Lao People's Democratic Republic 19 0
Fiji 18 0
Saint Lucia 18 0
Belize 18 2
New Caledonia 18 0
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 17 0
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 17 0
Dominica 16 0
Curaçao 16 1
Namibia 16 0
Burundi 15 1
Saint Kitts and Nevis 15 0
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) 13 0
Holy See 12 0
Turks and Caicos Islands 12 1
Seychelles 11 0
Greenland 11 0
Montserrat 11 1
Suriname 10 1
Papua New Guinea 8 0
Virgin Islands (British) 8 1
Saint Barthélemy 6 0
Western Sahara 6 0
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba 6 0
Anguilla 3 0
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 1 0
Lesotho 1 0

Popular COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Related Questions

Every day there is a lot of different information, as well as questions related to the Chinese virus, which is rapidly spreading on our planet.

In today's article, we will analyze the most popular questions about coronavirus.

What is the source of COVID-19?

It is believed that the source of the disease is animals on the market in Wuhan, China. It is assumed that people became infected by contact with live animals, which are also sold on the market. It is not clear from which animal this disease can arise.

What are the symptoms of coronavirus?

The new coronavirus causes acute respiratory disease - viral pneumonia. Common symptoms of viruses or classic respiratory diseases such as influenza are manifested - temperatures above 38 ° C, cough, rhinitis, muscle pain, joint pain, shortness of breath. On closer examination, radiological findings show symptoms of pneumonia. The incubation period of this type of coronavirus is reported to be 2 to 14 days, with an average of 6 days.

How is COVID-19 treated?

COVID-19 is a viral disease and is classified as a drip infection. Antibiotics against this virus do not work. A proven vaccine does not yet exist. Treatment is symptomatic. People infected with the new coronavirus receive supportive therapy to relieve the symptoms of the infection. Usually available drugs are used for supportive treatment. The treatment is individual and based on the patient's specific symptoms. Most people who become infected have a mild illness and are recovering. It is noted that the more severe course of the disease is recorded in the elderly, people with impaired immunity and in the population with chronic diseases associated with viral infections.

What is the likelihood of contracting a new coronavirus?

Specifically, people can get infected with people who have had a coronavirus confirmed. The disease is transmitted by small drops from the nose or mouth when the infected person coughs or exhales.

Thus, the main mode of transmission is the drops released during coughing by a person. The possibility of the transmission of the disease from a person who has not yet shown symptoms of infection is not excluded. If you have not been to countries where COVID-19 has been detected, have not communicated with people who have visited COVID-19 outbreaks and who are suspected of being infected with the virus, but are experiencing poor health (fever, headache, cough, etc.) it is worth panicking, as similar symptoms can be the cause of flu and other acute respiratory diseases. In this case, it is important to contact your doctor.

Can influenza vaccine help prevent it?

Flu vaccination is appropriate because it protects against influenza for a long season. If a person becomes ill from a coronavirus infection, another co-occurring disease creates a high risk of complications for the patient.

Is hygiene necessary?

We recommend that the public take precautionary measures that are effective for drip infections (including COVID-19):

  • Wash your hands often with soap and warm water.
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your nose and mouth while coughing and sneezing.
  • Avoid close contact with people who show symptoms of rhinitis or flu.
  • Keep a distance of at least one meter between you and anyone who coughs or sneezes.
  • Provide enhanced home disinfection.
  • If you are sick, stay at home and contact your doctor by phone to determine your next course of treatment.

How can you reduce the risk of spreading a new coronavirus in the workplace?

Stay on top of business travel information and recommendations.

Make sure your workplace is clean and hygienic - regularly clean surfaces (tables, chairs) and objects (phones, keyboards) with disinfectants. Remind everyone to wash their hands thoroughly and regularly with warm soapy water, use proper disinfection and keep a respiratory mark. As a precautionary measure, observe the general hygiene rules listed in the previous question.

How long does the virus live on the surface?

Previous studies have shown that coronaviruses can persist on the surface for several hours to several days.

It depends on several conditions - temperature, humidity, type of surface and the like. As a precaution, clean the surfaces that surround you with disinfectants more often.

Is travel the greatest risk?

Any trip to the affected areas is at risk, so we recommend that you take a trip.

Will the mask help?

The use of a protective mask or respirator is important for a sick person with a respiratory disease or for a healthy person near a person with a respiratory disease.

Will the summer weather stop the coronavirus? Expert opinion

As coronavirus spreads around the world, it is widely believed that warm summer temperatures will stop the outbreak. Is it true?

US President Donald Trump said that the problem with coronavirus will be resolved by April. In Southeast Asia, and more precisely in Indonesia, officials recognized the warm climate as an ally, because not a single case was diagnosed.

Nevertheless, experts on infectious diseases say that it is not clear whether factors causing the deactivation of other viruses in the summer months can affect the coronavirus in this way. And even if the spread of the virus slows with an increase in temperature, this does not mean that it will disappear forever.

Why do colds and flu spread less in summer?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, colds are most common in winter and spring. Flu activity peaks between December and February. COVID-19 seems to be transmitted in the same way as the flu and the common cold: in close contact with infected people, by drip, when the infected person sneezes or coughs.

There are many reasons why the activity of influenza and the common cold decreases in the summer, but one of the main reasons is that warm and humid weather can prevent the spread of viruses.

Higher temperatures result in faster degradation of the virus.

Human activities also change during the summer months. In summer, people spend less time in a room where they are in close contact with each other, which contributes to the spread of the virus.

Health experts believe it is too early to talk about whether warm weather will affect the spread of the virus.

Comparison with two other deadly members of the coronavirus family, SARS and MERS, can help scientists understand how COVID-19 can function in hot weather. Earlier outbreaks of coronavirus, SARS, and MERS did not in fact show clear evidence that they are seasonal.

The outbreak of SARS ended in July, but then the weather was not uniform.

Although the largest concentrations of coronavirus are located above the equator: in mainland China, South Korea, Italy and Iran, the virus has now spread to all continents except Antarctica. This applies to countries such as Brazil and Australia in the southern hemisphere.

Experts warn that even if seasonal changes in the northern hemisphere lead to a reduction in the number of cases, this may mean that other places are becoming more susceptible to the spread of the epidemic.

Even if COVID-19 disappears in the summer, it may return again in the fall if medical professionals are not ready to take the epidemic under control.

There is a risk that COVID-19 could become a seasonal virus without coordinated global public health measures.

You should not rely on high temperatures in summer. Infected people should be helped and a well-balanced policy should be pursued to reduce the number of infected people, protect health workers and improve the diagnosis and treatment of those who become ill.