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Coronavirus pandemic: Tracking the global outbreak

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Coronavirus is continuing its spread across the world, with more than 17 million confirmed cases in 188 countries. Nearly 700,000 people have lost their lives.

Cases of the disease are continuing to surge in many countries, while others which had apparent success in suppressing initial outbreaks are now seeing infections rise again.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the pandemic seems to be unfolding in “one big wave”, with little sign of the seasonal variation seen with other viruses.

Coronavirus cases rising again in Europe

Several countries across Europe have reported a recent rise in cases, sparking fears of a resurgence of the disease.

The WHO says that increasing infections among young people may be behind the latest outbreaks, following the easing of lockdowns across Europe.

Latest figures from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) show the rate of infection to 28 July in Spain was 44 cases per million people – compared with 10.5 in the UK.

France, Belgium and Germany have also seen increases, and there have been renewed appeals to the public to maintain social distancing and hygiene rules.

Other countries outside Europe that also appeared to have controlled initial outbreaks, like Israel, Australia and Japan, are now seeing cases rise again.

In the table below, countries can be reordered by deaths, death rate and total cases. In the coloured bars on the right-hand side, countries in which cases have risen to more than 5,000 per day are those with black bars on the relevant date.

data in detail

*Deaths per 100,000 people

US

153,082

46.8

4,544,627

Brazil

92,475

44.1

2,662,485

Mexico

46,688

37.0

424,637

UK

46,119

68.7

303,181

India

36,511

2.7

1,695,988

Italy

35,141

58.0

247,537

France

30,265

46.6

187,919

Spain

28,445

60.9

288,522

Peru

19,021

59.5

407,492

Iran

16,766

20.5

304,204

Russia

14,034

9.6

843,890

Colombia

10,105

20.3

295,508

Belgium

9,841

85.7

68,751

Chile

9,457

50.5

355,667

Germany

9,153

11.0

210,676

Canada

8,980

24.2

118,281

South Africa

8,005

13.9

493,183

Netherlands

6,147

36.0

54,312

Pakistan

5,951

2.8

278,305

Sweden

5,743

57.6

80,422

Ecuador

5,702

33.4

85,355

Turkey

5,691

6.9

230,873

Indonesia

5,131

1.9

108,376

Egypt

4,805

4.9

94,078

Iraq

4,741

12.3

124,609

China

4,661

0.3

87,655

Argentina

3,543

8.0

191,302

Bangladesh

3,111

1.9

237,661

Bolivia

2,977

26.2

76,789

Saudi Arabia

2,866

8.5

275,905

Romania

2,343

12.0

50,886

Switzerland

1,981

23.2

35,232

Philippines

1,962

1.8

85,486

Guatemala

1,924

11.2

49,789

Ireland

1,763

36.6

26,065

Portugal

1,735

16.9

51,072

Ukraine

1,733

3.9

72,609

Poland

1,716

4.5

45,688

Panama

1,421

34.0

65,256

Kyrgyzstan

1,397

22.2

36,299

Honduras

1,337

13.9

42,014

Afghanistan

1,283

3.5

36,710

Algeria

1,210

2.9

30,394

Dominican Republic

1,160

10.9

69,649

Japan

1,008

0.8

37,049

Nigeria

879

0.4

43,151

Kazakhstan

793

4.3

90,367

Moldova

778

19.2

24,733

Armenia

749

25.4

38,841

Sudan

746

1.8

11,644

Austria

718

8.1

21,130

Denmark

615

10.7

13,789

Hungary

597

6.1

4,526

Serbia

573

8.2

25,552

Belarus

559

5.9

67,808

Israel

512

6.1

70,970

Yemen

493

1.7

1,728

North Macedonia

486

23.3

10,754

Azerbaijan

448

4.5

31,878

El Salvador

448

7.0

16,632

Kuwait

447

10.8

66,957

Oman

421

8.7

79,159

Cameroon

391

1.6

17,255

Bulgaria

383

5.4

11,690

Czech Republic

382

3.6

16,574

Morocco

353

1.0

24,322

United Arab Emirates

351

3.6

60,506

Kenya

341

0.7

20,636

Bosnia and Herzegovina

339

10.2

11,876

Finland

329

6.0

7,432

South Korea

301

0.6

14,336

Ethiopia

274

0.3

17,530

Norway

255

4.8

9,240

DR Congo

215

0.3

9,070

Kosovo

212

11.5

8,104

Greece

206

2.0

4,477

Senegal

205

1.3

10,232

Australia

201

0.8

17,282

Ghana

182

0.6

35,501

Qatar

174

6.3

110,695

Venezuela

164

0.6

18,574

Haiti

161

1.4

7,424

Mauritania

157

3.6

6,310

Albania

157

5.4

5,276

Zambia

151

0.9

5,963

Costa Rica

150

3.0

17,820

Bahrain

147

9.4

40,982

Croatia

145

3.5

5,139

Uzbekistan

143

0.4

24,304

Malaysia

125

0.4

8,976

Mali

124

0.6

2,535

Slovenia

119

5.7

2,156

Nicaragua

116

1.8

3,672

Luxembourg

114

18.9

6,695

Malawi

114

0.6

4,078

Madagascar

106

0.4

10,868

Ivory Coast

102

0.4

16,047

Somalia

93

0.6

3,212

Cuba

87

0.8

2,608

Equatorial Guinea

83

6.3

4,821

Palestinian Territories

82

1.7

11,837

Lithuania

80

2.9

2,093

Liberia

75

1.6

1,186

Chad

75

0.5

936

Libya

74

1.1

3,621

Estonia

69

5.2

2,072

Niger

69

0.3

1,134

Zimbabwe

67

0.5

3,169

Sierra Leone

67

0.9

1,823

Lebanon

61

0.9

4,555

Tajikistan

60

0.7

7,409

Central African Republic

59

1.3

4,608

Djibouti

58

6.0

5,084

Thailand

58

0.1

3,312

Nepal

56

0.2

19,771

Congo

54

1.0

3,200

Burkina Faso

53

0.3

1,106

Angola

52

0.2

1,148

Andorra

52

67.5

925

Tunisia

50

0.4

1,535

Gabon

49

2.3

7,352

Paraguay

49

0.7

5,338

Montenegro

48

7.6

3,073

Channel Islands

47

27.6

587

Guinea

46

0.4

7,308

South Sudan

46

0.4

2,322

French Guiana

43

15.2

7,799

Syria

43

0.3

757

San Marino

42

124.3

699

Eswatini

41

3.6

2,648

Mayotte

39

15.0

2,962

Benin

36

0.3

1,805

Uruguay

35

1.0

1,264

Latvia

32

1.7

1,238

Slovakia

29

0.5

2,337

Singapore

27

0.5

52,512

Guinea-Bissau

26

1.4

1,981

Suriname

26

4.5

1,650

Isle of Man

24

28.5

336

Cape Verde

23

4.2

2,451

New Zealand

22

0.5

1,562

Tanzania

21

0.0

509

Guyana

20

2.6

413

Cyprus

19

1.6

1,114

Togo

19

0.2

941

Georgia

17

0.4

1,171

Maldives

16

3.1

3,793

Sao Tome and Principe

15

7.1

871

Martinique

15

4.0

269

Saint Martin

15

40.3

128

Bahamas

14

3.6

574

Guadeloupe

14

3.5

265

Diamond Princess cruise ship

13

712

Lesotho

13

0.6

604

Sri Lanka

11

0.1

2,815

Mozambique

11

0.0

1,864

Jordan

11

0.1

1,193

Namibia

10

0.4

2,129

Iceland

10

3.0

1,885

Jamaica

10

0.3

878

Mauritius

10

0.8

344

Malta

9

2.0

824

Gambia

9

0.4

498

Bermuda

9

14.3

156

Trinidad and Tobago

8

0.6

169

Taiwan

7

0.0

467

Comoros

7

0.8

378

Barbados

7

2.4

110

Myanmar

6

0.0

353

Rwanda

5

0.0

2,022

Réunion

4

0.5

660

Monaco

4

10.3

120

Uganda

3

0.0

1,154

Vietnam

3

0.0

558

Brunei

3

0.7

141

Aruba

3

2.8

121

Antigua and Barbuda

3

3.1

91

Botswana

2

0.1

804

Turks and Caicos Islands

2

5.3

114

Papua New Guinea

2

0.0

72

Belize

2

0.5

48

MS Zaandam cruise ship

2

9

Burundi

1

0.0

387

Cayman Islands

1

1.6

203

Liechtenstein

1

2.6

88

Curaçao

1

0.6

29

Fiji

1

0.1

27

Montserrat

1

20.0

12

Western Sahara

1

0.2

10

British Virgin Islands

1

3.4

8

Mongolia

0

0.0

291

Eritrea

0

0.0

279

Cambodia

0

0.0

239

Faroe Islands

0

0.0

225

Gibraltar

0

0.0

187

Seychelles

0

0.0

114

Bhutan

0

0.0

101

French Polynesia

0

0.0

62

St Vincent and the Grenadines

0

0.0

54

Saint Lucia

0

0.0

25

Grenada

0

0.0

24

Timor-Leste

0

0.0

24

New Caledonia

0

0.0

22

Laos

0

0.0

20

Dominica

0

0.0

18

Saint Kitts and Nevis

0

0.0

17

Greenland

0

0.0

14

Falkland Islands

0

0.0

13

Vatican

0

0.0

12

Saint Barthelemy

0

0.0

8

Saint Pierre and Miquelon

0

0.0

4

Anguilla

0

0.0

3

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

** The past data for new cases is a three day rolling average. Due to revisions in the number of cases, an average cannot be calculated for this date.

Source: Johns Hopkins University, national public health agencies and UN population data

Figures last updated: 1 August 2020, 10:26 BST

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US surge of cases continues

The US has seen record numbers of new cases in recent weeks and the death toll has also started to rise.

The renewed surge is being driven by fresh outbreaks in the south and west of the country, which have seen infection rates go up since states started easing lockdown restrictions at the end of May.

The death toll stands at more than 150,000 – almost a quarter of the reported coronavirus deaths around the world.

President Donald Trump has warned that the US pandemic may “get worse before it gets better“.

The University of Washington predicts the death toll could hit more than 230,000 by the beginning of November – though it says this could be reduced to about 200,000 if 95% of Americans wore masks in public.

The outbreak has had a devastating impact on the US economy, with GDP falling by a record annualised rate of 32.9% in the three months from April to June.

Where else are cases and deaths rising?

The WHO says Latin America is the epicentre of the pandemic. Brazil has the second highest number of cases in the world and has recorded more than 90,000 deaths.

Cases have also been rising sharply in Mexico, Peru, Colombia and Argentina.

In Asia, India now has about 1.7 million cases and several states have re-imposed partial lockdowns.

South Africa and Egypt have seen the largest outbreaks so far in Africa. But testing rates are reported to be extremely low in some parts of the continent, which could be distorting official estimates of how far the virus has spread.

How many cases and deaths have there been overall?

There have been more than 17 million confirmed cases so far and nearly 700,000 people have died.

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Confirmed cases around the world

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Source: Johns Hopkins University, national public health agencies

Figures last updated

1 August 2020, 10:26 BST

Note: The map, table and animated bar chart in this page use a different source for figures for France from that used by Johns Hopkins University, which results in a slightly lower overall total. US figures do not include Puerto Rico, Guam or the US Virgin Islands.

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said the coronavirus pandemic is “easily the most severe” global health emergency the organisation has ever seen and that it “continues to accelerate”.

However, he has also pointed out that, though the virus has been detected in 188 countries, almost half of all cases reported so far were from just three: the US, Brazil and India.

The virus, which causes the respiratory infection Covid-19, was first detected in the city of Wuhan, China, in late 2019.

The outbreak spread quickly across the globe in the first months of 2020 and declared a global pandemic by the WHO on 11 March.

A pandemic is when an infectious disease is passing easily from person to person in many parts of the world at the same time.

Europe and North America saw their first major outbreaks in April but as they began to ease, Latin America and Asia started seeing cases spike.

Governments across the world have been forced to limit public movement and close businesses and venues in a bid to slow the spread of the virus. This has had a devastating impact on the global economy.

The International Monetary Fund has said the world is in the midst of the worst recession since the Great Depression and warned that it could take two years for economic output to return to pre-pandemic levels.

The United Nations has said that up to 265 million people could face starvation by the end of the year because of the impact of Covid-19.

About this data

The data used on this page comes from a variety of sources. It includes figures collated by Johns Hopkins University, data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, national governments and health agencies, as well as UN data on populations.

When comparing figures from different countries it is important to bear in mind that not all governments are recording coronavirus cases and deaths in the same way. This makes like for like comparisons between countries difficult.

Other factors to consider include: different population sizes, the size of a country’s elderly population or whether a particular country has a large amount of its people living in densely-populated areas. In addition, countries may be in different stages of the pandemic.

Article source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-51235105

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