More than 291,000 people have died from COVID-19, caused by the new coronavirus, while 4.2 million infections have been confirmed in at least 187 countries and territories. More than 1.5 million people have recovered to date.

United States – 1,369,964 cases, 82,387 deaths

Russia – 232,243 cases, 2,116 deaths

Spain – 228,030 cases, 26,920 deaths

United Kingdom – 227,741 cases, 32,769 deaths

Italy – 221,216 cases, 30,911 deaths

France – 178,349 cases, 26,994 deaths

Brazil – 178,214 cases, 12,461 deaths

Germany – 173,171 cases, 7,738 deaths

Turkey – 141,475 cases, 3,894 deaths

Iran – 110,767 cases, 6,733 deaths

China – 84,018 cases, 4,637 deaths

India – 74,480 cases, 2,415 deaths

Canada – 72,419 cases, 5,300 deaths

Peru – 72,059 cases, 2,057 deaths

Belgium – 53,779 cases, 8,761 deaths

Netherlands – 43,183 cases, 5,529 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 42,925 cases, 264 deaths

Mexico – 38,324 cases, 3,926 deaths

Pakistan – 34,336 cases, 737 deaths

Chile – 31,721 cases, 335 deaths

Ecuador – 30,149 cases, 2,327 deaths

Switzerland – 30,380 cases, 1,867 deaths

Portugal – 27,913 cases, 1,163 deaths

Sweden – 27,272 cases, 3,313 deaths

Qatar – 25,149 cases, 14 deaths

Belarus – 24,873 cases, 142 deaths

Singapore – 24,671 cases, 21 deaths

Ireland – 23,242 cases, 1,488 deaths

United Arab Emirates – 19,661 cases, 203 deaths

Poland – 16,921 cases, 839 deaths

Bangladesh – 16,660 cases, 250 deaths

Israel – 16,529 cases, 260 deaths

Ukraine – 16,023 cases, 425 deaths

Japan – 15,968 cases, 657 deaths

Austria – 15,961 cases, 623 deaths

Romania – 15,788 cases, 1,002 deaths

Indonesia – 14,749 cases, 1,007 deaths

Colombia – 12,272 cases, 493 deaths

Philippines – 11,350 cases, 751 deaths

South Africa – 11,350 cases, 206 deaths

South Korea – 10,962 cases, 259 deaths

Dominican Republic – 10,900 cases, 402 deaths

Denmark – 10,789 cases, 527 deaths

Kuwait – 10,277 cases, 75 deaths

Serbia – 10,243 cases, 260 deaths

Egypt – 10,093 cases, 544 deaths

Panama – 8,783 cases, 252 deaths

Czech Republic – 8,221 cases, 283 deaths 

Norway – 8,157 cases, 228 deaths

Australia – 6,980 cases, 98 deaths

Malaysia – 6,742 cases, 109 deaths

Argentina – 6,563 cases, 317 deaths

Morocco – 6,418 cases, 188 deaths

Algeria – 6,067 cases, 515 deaths

Finland – 6,003 cases, 275 deaths 

Bahrain – 5,531 cases, 9 deaths

Kazakhstan – 5,417 cases, 32 deaths

Moldova – 5,154 cases, 182 deaths

Ghana – 5,127 cases, 22 deaths

Afghanistan – 4,963 cases, 127 deaths

Nigeria – 4,787 cases, 150 deaths

Luxembourg – 3,894 cases, 102 deaths

Oman – 3,721 cases, 17 deaths

Armenia – 3,538 cases, 47 deaths 

Hungary – 3,341 cases, 430 deaths

Thailand – 3,017 cases, 56 deaths

Bolivia – 2,964 cases, 128 deaths

Iraq – 2,913 cases, 112 deaths

Greece – 2,744 cases, 152 deaths

Azerbaijan – 2,693 cases, 33 deaths

Cameroon – 2,689 cases, 125 deaths

Uzbekistan – 2,568 cases, 10 deaths

Guinea – 2,298 cases, 11 deaths

Croatia – 2,207 cases, 91 deaths

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 2,158 cases, 117 deaths

Honduras – 2,080 cases, 121 deaths

Bulgaria – 2,069 cases, 96 deaths

Senegal – 1,995 cases, 19 deaths

Ivory Coast – 1,857 cases, 21 deaths

Cuba – 1,804 cases, 78 deaths

Iceland – 1,801 cases, 10 deaths

Estonia – 1,746 cases, 61 deaths

North Macedonia – 1,674 cases, 92 deaths

Sudan – 1,661 cases, 80 deaths

New Zealand – 1,497 cases, 21 deaths

Lithuania – 1,491 cases, 50 deaths

Slovakia – 1,465 cases, 27 deaths

Slovenia – 1,461 cases, 102 deaths

Djibouti – 1,256 cases, 3 deaths

Guatemala – 1,199 cases, 27 deaths

Somalia – 1,170 cases, 52 deaths

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 1,102 cases, 44 deaths

Kyrgyzstan – 1,044 cases, 12 deaths

Tunisia – 1,032 cases, 45 deaths

El Salvador – 998 cases, 20 deaths

Latvia – 950 cases, 18 deaths

Kosovo – 919 cases, 29 deaths

Maldives – 904 cases, 3 deaths

Cyprus – 903 cases, 16 deaths

Sri Lanka – 889 cases, 9 deaths

Albania – 876 cases, 31 deaths

Lebanon – 870 cases, 26 deaths

Niger – 854 cases, 47 deaths

Guinea-Bissau – 820 cases, 7 deaths

Costa Rica – 804 cases, 7 deaths

Gabon – 802 cases, 9 deaths

Burkina Faso – 766 cases, 51 deaths

Andorra – 758 cases, 48 deaths

Paraguay – 737 cases, 10 deaths

Mali – 730 cases, 40 deaths

Tajikistan – 729 cases, 21 deaths

Uruguay – 717 cases, 19 deaths

Kenya – 715 cases, 36 deaths

Georgia – 642 cases, 11 deaths

San Marino – 638 cases, 41 deaths

Jordan – 576 cases, 9 deaths

Tanzania – 509 cases, 21 deaths

Jamaica – 507 cases, 9 deaths

Malta – 506 cases, 5 deaths

Zambia – 441 cases, 7 deaths

Taiwan – 440 cases, 7 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 439 cases, 4 deaths

Venezuela – 423 cases, 10 deaths

Occupied Palestinian territories – 375 cases, 2 deaths

Chad – 357 cases, 40 deaths

Sierra Leone – 338 cases, 19 deaths

Republic of the Congo – 333 cases, 11 deaths

Mauritius – 332 cases, 10 deaths

Benin – 327 cases, 2 deaths

Montenegro – 324 cases, 9 deaths

Vietnam – 288 cases

Rwanda – 286 cases

Cape Verde – 267 cases, 2 deaths

Ethiopia – 261 cases, 5 deaths

Haiti – 219 cases, 18 deaths

Nepal – 217 cases

Liberia – 211 cases, 20 deaths

Sao Tome and Principe – 208 cases, 5 deaths

Togo – 199 cases, 11 deaths

South Sudan – 194 cases

Madagascar – 186 cases

Eswatini – 184 cases, 2 deaths

Myanmar – 180 cases, 6 deaths

Central African Republic – 143 cases

Brunei – 141 cases, 1 death

Cambodia – 122 cases

Uganda – 122 cases

Trinidad and Tobago – 116 cases, 8 deaths

Guyana – 113 cases, 10 deaths

Mozambique – 104 cases

Monaco – 96 cases, 4 deaths

Bahamas – 93 cases, 11 deaths

Barbados – 85 cases, 7 deaths

Liechtenstein – 82 cases, 1 death

Yemen – 65 cases, 10 deaths

Libya – 64 cases, 3 deaths

Malawi – 57 cases, 3 deaths

Syria – 47 cases, 3 deaths

Angola – 45 cases, 2 deaths

Mongolia – 42 cases

Eritrea – 39 cases

Zimbabwe – 36 cases, 4 deaths

Antigua and Barbuda – 25 cases, 3 deaths

Nicaragua – 25 cases, 8 deaths

Botswana – 24 cases, 1 death

East Timor – 24 cases

Gambia – 23 cases, 1 death

Grenada – 21 cases

Laos – 19 cases

Belize – 18 cases, 2 deaths

Fiji – 18 cases

Saint Lucia – 18 cases

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 17 cases

Dominica – 16 cases

Namibia – 16 cases

Burundi – 15 cases, 1 death

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 15 cases

Vatican – 12 cases

Bhutan – 11 cases

Comoros – 11 case, 1 death

Seychelles – 11 cases

Suriname – 10 cases, 1 death

Mauritania – 9 cases, 1 death

Papua New Guinea – 8 cases

Western Sahara – 6 cases

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