Global Statistics

All countries
548,933,383
Confirmed
Updated on June 27, 2022 12:55 am
All countries
520,712,076
Recovered
Updated on June 27, 2022 12:55 am
All countries
6,350,757
Deaths
Updated on June 27, 2022 12:55 am

Global Statistics

All countries
548,933,383
Confirmed
Updated on June 27, 2022 12:55 am
All countries
520,712,076
Recovered
Updated on June 27, 2022 12:55 am
All countries
6,350,757
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COVID19 Live Data

Country/Region
Confirmed cases
Deaths
Recovered
Active cases
USA
88,794,286
1,040,805
84,495,157
3,258,324
India
43,403,319
524,999
42,772,398
105,922
Brazil
32,078,638
670,459
30,566,088
842,091
France
30,513,713
149,317
29,492,289
872,107
Germany
27,771,111
140,734
26,420,800
1,209,577
UK
22,592,827
179,927
22,114,597
298,303
Russia
18,418,881
380,892
17,845,513
192,476
S. Korea
18,326,019
24,522
18,163,684
137,813
Italy
18,234,242
168,102
17,332,700
733,440
Turkey
15,085,742
98,996
14,986,340
406
Spain
12,681,820
107,799
12,161,978
412,043
Vietnam
10,743,448
43,084
9,649,814
1,050,550
Argentina
9,341,492
129,016
9,134,483
77,993
Japan
9,239,615
31,116
9,065,857
142,642
Netherlands
8,152,778
22,354
8,058,735
71,689
Australia
8,002,349
9,682
7,744,951
247,716
Iran
7,236,361
141,385
7,061,727
33,249
Colombia
6,151,354
139,970
5,965,083
46,301
Indonesia
6,080,451
156,717
5,909,218
14,516
Poland
6,013,076
116,417
5,335,645
561,014
Mexico
5,956,732
325,576
5,150,459
480,697
Portugal
5,120,970
24,013
4,628,087
468,870
Ukraine
5,015,994
108,622
4,905,935
1,437
N. Korea
4,715,120
73
4,699,410
15,637
Malaysia
4,556,664
35,746
4,492,767
28,151
Thailand
4,514,155
30,595
4,460,250
23,310
Austria
4,386,857
18,760
4,281,819
86,278
Israel
4,301,609
10,940
4,232,890
57,779
Belgium
4,211,511
31,883
4,115,685
63,943
South Africa
3,992,449
101,731
3,877,400
13,318
Chile
3,959,325
58,416
3,616,700
284,209
Czechia
3,929,036
40,313
3,885,386
3,337
Canada
3,926,613
41,865
3,556,371
328,377
Switzerland
3,708,891
13,979
3,639,432
55,480
Philippines
3,700,876
60,518
3,633,597
6,761
Greece
3,616,874
30,178
3,478,448
108,248
Peru
3,613,464
213,447
3,377,435
22,582
Taiwan
3,613,345
6,254
2,451,724
1,155,367
Denmark
3,005,707
6,438
2,984,040
15,229
Romania
2,915,487
65,726
2,846,540
3,221
Sweden
2,515,769
19,060
2,489,160
7,549
Iraq
2,339,148
25,231
2,306,192
7,725
Serbia
2,026,045
16,121
2,003,309
6,615
Bangladesh
1,965,173
29,140
1,906,688
29,345
Hungary
1,925,083
46,626
1,869,244
9,213
Slovakia
1,794,311
20,142
1,771,050
3,119
Jordan
1,698,316
14,068
1,683,746
502
Georgia
1,659,371
16,839
1,637,293
5,239
Ireland
1,587,385
7,437
1,553,004
26,944
Pakistan
1,533,888
30,388
1,498,981
4,519
Norway
1,444,193
3,280
1,433,318
7,595
Singapore
1,408,358
1,408
1,317,811
89,139
New Zealand
1,308,387
1,410
1,271,986
34,991
Kazakhstan
1,306,233
13,663
1,292,269
301
Hong Kong
1,237,877
9,398
1,200,761
27,718
Morocco
1,204,578
16,101
1,169,060
19,417
Bulgaria
1,170,091
37,246
1,071,522
61,323
Croatia
1,145,490
16,050
1,125,591
3,849
Finland
1,133,597
4,832
0
1,128,765
Lebanon
1,108,213
10,461
1,087,587
10,165
Cuba
1,105,924
8,529
1,097,215
180
Lithuania
1,066,439
9,166
1,038,300
18,973
Tunisia
1,046,703
28,670
0
1,018,033
Slovenia
1,035,186
6,648
1,021,194
7,344
Belarus
982,867
6,978
0
975,889
Nepal
979,533
11,952
967,389
192
Uruguay
951,948
7,312
928,373
16,263
UAE
938,759
2,311
919,155
17,293
Mongolia
926,282
2,179
0
924,103
Bolivia
920,595
21,953
881,071
17,571
Panama
913,932
8,346
889,758
15,828
Costa Rica
904,934
8,525
860,711
35,698
Ecuador
901,739
35,705
0
866,034
Guatemala
896,133
18,491
851,765
25,877
Latvia
832,884
5,855
824,015
3,014
Azerbaijan
793,164
9,717
783,292
155
Saudi Arabia
791,784
9,201
772,979
9,604
Sri Lanka
664,080
16,521
647,017
542
Paraguay
655,532
18,963
624,673
11,896
Kuwait
641,985
2,555
634,914
4,516
Bahrain
618,498
1,492
602,796
14,210
Myanmar
613,556
19,434
592,530
1,592
Dominican Republic
603,256
4,383
595,317
3,556
Palestine
584,243
5,356
577,938
949
Estonia
579,316
2,588
521,759
54,969
Venezuela
525,716
5,728
518,077
1,911
Moldova
519,741
11,563
504,142
4,036
Egypt
515,645
24,613
442,182
48,850
Cyprus
504,717
1,072
124,370
379,275
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
502,110
6,430
490,973
4,707
Ethiopia
487,430
7,530
459,613
20,287
Honduras
426,490
10,904
132,444
283,142
Armenia
423,104
8,629
412,661
1,814
Réunion
421,269
807
418,572
1,890
Oman
390,244
4,260
384,669
1,315
Qatar
379,862
679
374,426
4,757
Bosnia
378,413
15,799
0
362,614
Kenya
332,227
5,652
322,241
4,334
Zambia
325,110
4,003
319,722
1,385
Botswana
318,528
2,719
309,124
6,685
Macedonia
313,360
9,322
303,498
540
Albania
279,077
3,497
273,740
1,840
Algeria
266,038
6,875
178,503
80,660
Nigeria
256,958
3,144
250,177
3,637
Zimbabwe
255,355
5,549
248,242
1,564
Luxembourg
254,697
1,085
246,610
7,002
Uzbekistan
240,345
1,637
237,882
826
Montenegro
239,458
2,724
235,642
1,092
Mozambique
227,644
2,212
224,931
501
China
225,526
5,226
219,714
586
Lao People's Democratic Republic
210,247
757
0
209,490
Kyrgyzstan
201,024
2,991
196,406
1,627
Iceland
192,991
153
0
192,838
Martinique
192,506
957
104
191,445
Afghanistan
182,149
7,717
164,101
10,331
Maldives
180,384
300
163,687
16,397
El Salvador
169,646
4,139
159,993
5,514
Namibia
169,076
4,061
164,452
563
Uganda
167,452
3,621
100,395
63,436
Trinidad and Tobago
166,712
4,002
155,930
6,780
Guadeloupe
166,424
950
2,250
163,224
Ghana
164,843
1,448
161,978
1,417
Brunei
158,524
225
153,887
4,412
Jamaica
142,440
3,119
90,561
48,760
Cambodia
136,262
3,056
133,206
0
Rwanda
130,819
1,459
45,522
83,838
Cameroon
120,002
1,930
117,791
281
Malta
101,036
740
94,948
5,348
Angola
99,761
1,900
97,149
712
DRC
91,082
1,371
50,930
38,781
French Guiana
86,911
401
11,254
75,256
Malawi
86,348
2,645
82,979
724
Senegal
86,280
1,968
84,281
31
Barbados
83,776
473
82,241
1,062
Côte d'Ivoire
83,049
805
82,036
208
Suriname
80,817
1,359
49,561
29,897
Channel Islands
79,117
178
77,474
1,465
French Polynesia
73,234
649
0
72,585
Swaziland
73,073
1,415
71,622
36
Guyana
67,099
1,251
64,891
957
Fiji
65,465
865
63,471
1,129
Madagascar
65,381
1,398
63,286
697
New Caledonia
63,379
313
62,393
673
Belize
63,037
679
61,344
1,014
Sudan
62,551
4,951
0
57,600
Bhutan
59,674
21
59,627
26
Mauritania
59,451
982
58,269
200
Cabo Verde
59,416
403
57,752
1,261
Syrian Arab Republic
55,920
3,150
52,752
18
Gabon
47,824
305
47,343
176
Papua New Guinea
44,702
662
43,982
58
Seychelles
44,521
167
43,905
449
Curaçao
44,127
277
43,567
283
Andorra
43,774
153
43,192
429
Burundi
42,542
38
0
42,504
Aruba
40,595
221
39,905
469
Mauritius
38,427
1,002
36,692
733
Mayotte
37,523
187
2,964
34,372
Togo
37,348
275
36,984
89
Guinea
36,597
442
36,113
42
Bahamas
35,814
816
34,121
877
Tanzania
35,366
841
0
34,525
Faroe Islands
34,658
28
0
34,630
Lesotho
33,938
699
24,155
9,084
Isle of Man
33,821
108
26,794
6,919
Haiti
31,301
837
29,820
644
Mali
31,156
737
30,325
94
Cayman Islands
27,171
28
8,553
18,590
Benin
27,122
163
25,506
1,453
Saint Lucia
26,937
380
26,418
139
Somalia
26,748
1,350
13,182
12,216
Congo
24,128
385
20,178
3,565
Timor-Leste
22,950
133
22,809
8
Solomon Islands
21,237
149
16,357
4,731
Burkina Faso
20,853
382
20,439
32
Gibraltar
19,306
104
16,579
2,623
Nicaragua
18,491
225
4,225
14,041
Grenada
18,270
232
17,920
118
Liechtenstein
17,814
85
17,594
135
San Marino
17,719
115
17,264
340
South Sudan
17,697
138
15,630
1,929
Tajikistan
17,388
124
17,264
0
Equatorial Guinea
15,995
183
15,739
73
Bermuda
15,957
138
15,568
251
Djibouti
15,690
189
15,427
74
Samoa
14,812
29
1,605
13,178
Dominica
14,781
67
14,450
264
Central African Republic
14,649
113
6,859
7,677
Monaco
12,808
57
12,581
170
Tonga
12,079
12
11,821
246
Gambia
12,002
365
11,591
46
Greenland
11,971
21
2,761
9,189
Yemen
11,824
2,149
9,108
567
Vanuatu
11,026
14
10,839
173
Saint Martin
10,668
63
1,399
9,206
Sint Maarten
10,537
86
10,427
24
Caribbean Netherlands
10,302
35
10,222
45
Eritrea
9,788
103
9,674
11
Niger
9,031
310
8,628
93
Antigua and Barbuda
8,625
141
8,426
58
Guinea-Bissau
8,348
171
8,105
72
Comoros
8,100
160
7,933
7
Sierra Leone
7,694
125
0
7,569
Liberia
7,493
294
5,747
1,452
Chad
7,424
193
4,874
2,357
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
7,012
111
6,641
260
British Virgin Islands
6,941
63
0
6,878
Turks and Caicos Islands
6,211
36
6,128
47
Sao Tome and Principe
6,023
73
5,937
13
Saint Kitts and Nevis
5,941
43
5,832
66
Cook Islands
5,768
1
5,740
27
Palau
5,201
6
4,555
640
St. Barth
4,630
6
0
4,624
Anguilla
3,411
9
3,376
26
Kiribati
3,236
13
2,665
558
Saint Pierre Miquelon
2,767
1
2,449
317
Nauru
2,114
0
12
2,102
Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
1,807
0
0
1,807
Montserrat
1,016
8
1,007
1
Diamond Princess
712
13
699
0
Wallis and Futuna
454
7
438
9
Macao
150
0
83
67
Micronesia
38
0
33
5
Holy See (Vatican City State)
29
0
29
0
Marshall Islands
18
0
18
0
Niue
10
0
9
1
Western Sahara
10
1
9
0
MS Zaandam
9
2
7
0
Tuvalu
3
0
0
3
Saint Helena
2
0
2
0
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Rob Holding of Arsenal and Naby Keïta of Liverpool during the Premier League match at Anfield on 28 September 2020. Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images Liverpool came from behind to maintain a perfect start to their Premier League title defence as goals from Sadio Mane, Andy Robertson and Diogo Jota saw off a resilient…

Coronavirus viral loads declining in US patients since start of pandemic, study finds

The levels of the virus that causes COVID-19 has been declining in U.S. patients over time, which could account for the lower number of ICU admissions and overall death rate compared to when the virus first arrived, researchers claim.The study, conducted by Wayne State University researchers and presented at the European Society of Clinical Microbiology…

Human trafficking accused appear in court

The Hawks arrested four people on charges of human trafficking. PHOTO: Felix Dlangamandla, Gallo Images, Netwerk24 Three people appeared in the Kuruman Magistrate's Court on human trafficking charges.  They were arrested during a raid at a business that allegedly offered sex services.  The three will remain in custody and will appear again on 6 October, while others…

Coronavirus updates: Global death toll nears 1M; New York sees rise in cases; 1 in 3 parents won’t vaccinate kids against flu

The global death toll from COVID-19 was on the brink of 1 million Monday, less than a year since the new disease was first reported in central China before spreading to Europe, then rocking the U.S.In what was once the epicenter of the virus, New York reported an uptick in cases over the weekend, seeing its first day…

South Africa, China to revamp 10-year strategic cooperation plan

President of the People's Republic of China, Xi Jinping. South Africa and China are working on a new 10-year strategic program for cooperation, as the current one nears its end.The new plan will focus on collaboration in areas including higher education, skills transfer, health, the digital economy, science and technology, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan…

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Electoral psychology: Why people vote … or do not vote

The 100 Million Project. This is a large survey that aims to get to the root of why so many U.S. individuals choose not to vote.The Knight Foundation note that in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, around 43% of eligible voters did not cast their ballots.To find out why this was, The 100 Million Project…

Anxiety symptoms increased during the pandemic, Google Trends show

Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, highlights the burden the COVID-19 pandemic has placed not only on people’s physical health but also their mental health.COVID-19 has had a profound effect on people. The world is approaching one million recorded deaths from the disease. And, some of those who recovered from the initial virus effects…

Is there a link between thunderstorms and an increase in ER visits?

JAMA Internal Medicine, may offer valuable insights, given the likely increased severity of thunderstorms due to climate change.Research has shown that our hearts and lungs are likely to bear the brunt of the damage that climate change will do to our health.According to Dr. Mary B. Rice — an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard…

The Recovery Room: News beyond the pandemic — September 25

Tim Newman, MNT‘s Senior News Editor, wrote this article to mark World Alzheimer’s Day on September 21. The feature answers several crucial questions: Are Alzheimer’s disease and dementia the same thing? Is dementia an inevitable part of the aging process? Does dementia only affect older adults? And do vitamins and supplements have any role to…

Video gaming as a child related to improvements in memory

studies have shown that playing video games could improve learning and may even protect against dementia in older adults.The authors of a recent review of the evidence on video games concluded that gaming could have benefits for both cognitive and emotional skills.In a new study, which features in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, researchers…

Food insecurity in the US increasingly linked to obesity

refers to a lack of access to enough food for an active, healthy life. In the West, this issue is most often due to limited financial resources. People with low food security report concerns that food will run out before they can afford to buy more and being unable to afford balanced meals.Internationally, food insecurity…

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City of Cape Town urges people to leave Kataza the baboon alone

Kataza the baboon. Facebook / Baboon Matters The City of Cape Town has asked the public not to feed a baboon that has relocated to Tokai. The baboon, known as Kataza or SK11, is slowly being integrated into the Tokai troop. Video footage, however, shows humans feeding Kataza. The City of Cape Town has requested that Kataza…

Rassie: There are various benefits for SA rugby to go north

As SA Rugby moves to determine which franchises will go to Europe in future, Rassie Erasmus has noted several potential benefits for the local game should that route be followed.The national director of rugby believes the high world rankings of Wales, Ireland and Scotland mean PRO Rugby is competitive and that fans will eventually identify…

A Once-in-a-Century Climate ‘Anomaly’ Might Have Made World War I Even Deadlier

(John Finney Photography/Moment/Getty Images) An abnormally bad season of weather may have had a significant impact on the death toll from both World War I and the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, according to new research, with many more lives being lost due to torrential rain and plummeting temperatures. Through a detailed analysis of an ice…

PICS | Truck driver killed in Pinetown after truck ploughs into several cars

A vehicle that was hit in the accident. A truck driver was killed in a horrific sequence of events following an initial crash in Pinetown. While trying to move the truck after the accident, it appeared to lose control. He died after falling out of the truck which ploughed into several cars and a wall.A truck driver…

42 people in court for R56m police vehicle branding scam

Forty-two people have been implicated in a police car branding scam. Forty-two people have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a police vehicle branding scam. They face a range of charges including corruption, fraud, money laundering, theft and perjury.Of these, 22 are serving police members.Forty-two people are set to appear in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on…

Makers of guitar-shaped braai grids ‘overnight rock stars’ following viral video

A local rock musician launched a crowdfunding campaign to help a small-town businessman who makes unique guitar-shaped braai grids. The response has been phenomenal, with people turning up at the blacksmith's house to meet him and take selfies. There have also been businesspeople who are interested in investing in his business and help it to grow. A small-town…

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City of Cape Town urges people to leave Kataza the baboon alone

Kataza the baboon. Facebook / Baboon Matters The City of Cape Town has asked the public not to feed a baboon that has relocated to Tokai. The baboon, known as Kataza or SK11, is slowly being integrated into the Tokai troop. Video footage, however, shows humans feeding Kataza. The City of Cape Town has requested that Kataza…

Rassie: There are various benefits for SA rugby to go north

As SA Rugby moves to determine which franchises will go to Europe in future, Rassie Erasmus has noted several potential benefits for the local game should that route be followed.The national director of rugby believes the high world rankings of Wales, Ireland and Scotland mean PRO Rugby is competitive and that fans will eventually identify…

A Once-in-a-Century Climate ‘Anomaly’ Might Have Made World War I Even Deadlier

(John Finney Photography/Moment/Getty Images) An abnormally bad season of weather may have had a significant impact on the death toll from both World War I and the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, according to new research, with many more lives being lost due to torrential rain and plummeting temperatures. Through a detailed analysis of an ice…

PICS | Truck driver killed in Pinetown after truck ploughs into several cars

A vehicle that was hit in the accident. A truck driver was killed in a horrific sequence of events following an initial crash in Pinetown. While trying to move the truck after the accident, it appeared to lose control. He died after falling out of the truck which ploughed into several cars and a wall.A truck driver…

42 people in court for R56m police vehicle branding scam

Forty-two people have been implicated in a police car branding scam. Forty-two people have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a police vehicle branding scam. They face a range of charges including corruption, fraud, money laundering, theft and perjury.Of these, 22 are serving police members.Forty-two people are set to appear in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on…

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Makers of guitar-shaped braai grids ‘overnight rock stars’ following viral video

A local rock musician launched a crowdfunding campaign to help a small-town businessman who makes unique guitar-shaped braai grids. The response has been phenomenal, with people turning up at the blacksmith's house to meet him and take selfies. There have also been businesspeople who are interested in investing in his business and help it to grow. A small-town…

Three scientists give their best advice on how to protect yourself from COVID-19

Scientists flag airborne coronavirus spread Scientists flag airborne coronavirus spread 03:39 Over the past several months, there has been controversy over the way SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, travels from an infected person to others. While official guidance has often been unclear, some aerosol scientists and public health experts have maintained that the spread…

COVID-19 Statistics | Sept. 28, 2020

Daily COVID Report / Today COVID REPORT: Octogenarian Becomes Humboldt's Eighth COVID Fatality; Seven New Cases Diagnosed Since Friday Press release from the Humboldt County Joint Information Center: A Humboldt County resident in their 80s has died at an out-of-county hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19. This marks the eighth death of a county resident…