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COVID19 Live Data

Country/Region
Confirmed cases
Deaths
Recovered
Active cases
USA
34,464,956
618,685
28,871,914
4,974,357
India
30,134,445
393,338
29,128,267
612,840
Brazil
18,243,483
509,282
16,511,701
1,222,500
France
5,764,329
110,906
5,590,123
63,300
Turkey
5,393,248
49,417
5,254,708
89,123
Russia
5,388,695
131,463
4,915,615
341,617
UK
4,684,572
128,048
4,310,259
246,265
Argentina
4,350,564
91,438
3,967,633
291,493
Italy
4,255,700
127,362
4,066,029
62,309
Colombia
4,060,013
102,636
3,769,887
187,490
Spain
3,777,539
80,766
3,572,254
124,519
Germany
3,733,077
91,178
3,616,800
25,099
Iran
3,140,129
83,473
2,797,105
259,551
Poland
2,879,336
74,917
2,651,045
153,374
Mexico
2,493,087
232,068
1,982,674
278,345
Ukraine
2,232,790
52,234
2,160,137
20,419
Indonesia
2,053,995
55,949
1,826,504
171,542
Peru
2,040,186
191,286
0
1,848,900
South Africa
1,877,143
59,406
1,675,827
141,910
Netherlands
1,681,580
17,735
1,613,649
50,196
Czechia
1,666,521
30,291
1,634,010
2,220
Chile
1,531,872
31,797
1,468,137
31,938
Canada
1,411,634
26,191
1,376,094
9,349
Philippines
1,378,260
24,036
1,302,814
51,410
Iraq
1,311,093
16,999
1,217,982
76,112
Sweden
1,088,896
14,584
1,052,467
21,845
Belgium
1,081,908
25,152
1,021,987
34,769
Romania
1,080,457
32,771
1,045,303
2,383
Pakistan
952,907
22,152
897,834
32,921
Bangladesh
872,935
13,868
794,783
64,284
Portugal
869,879
17,079
823,103
29,697
Israel
840,430
6,429
833,212
789
Hungary
807,844
29,972
736,854
41,018
Japan
789,440
14,553
756,293
18,594
Jordan
748,685
9,703
732,475
6,507
Malaysia
716,847
4,721
650,964
61,162
Serbia
716,096
7,019
706,549
2,528
Switzerland
702,398
10,878
679,259
12,261
Austria
649,922
10,697
636,923
2,302
Nepal
629,431
8,918
570,958
49,555
UAE
620,309
1,775
599,131
19,403
Lebanon
544,002
7,835
531,156
5,011
Morocco
528,180
9,265
515,030
3,885
Saudi Arabia
479,390
7,730
460,338
11,322
Ecuador
449,483
21,377
415,508
12,598
Bolivia
429,178
16,414
348,915
63,849
Bulgaria
421,401
18,022
393,948
9,431
Greece
419,909
12,604
402,047
5,258
Kazakhstan
414,712
4,281
389,406
21,025
Paraguay
413,457
12,086
354,697
46,674
Belarus
413,139
3,082
405,909
4,148
Panama
397,727
6,500
379,858
11,369
Tunisia
395,362
14,406
342,598
38,358
Slovakia
391,456
12,502
378,307
647
Georgia
362,183
5,237
348,267
8,679
Uruguay
361,994
5,413
334,971
21,610
Croatia
359,403
8,192
350,669
542
Costa Rica
359,266
4,581
285,356
69,329
Kuwait
346,560
1,903
326,102
18,555
Azerbaijan
335,676
4,965
329,870
841
Dominican Republic
320,136
3,781
261,405
54,950
Palestine
313,015
3,555
306,532
2,928
Denmark
292,352
2,531
286,366
3,455
Guatemala
286,708
8,894
258,646
19,168
Egypt
279,184
16,002
208,192
54,990
Lithuania
278,590
4,375
267,055
7,160
Ethiopia
275,601
4,296
257,429
13,876
Ireland
270,097
4,989
254,426
10,682
Venezuela
265,642
3,023
246,983
15,636
Bahrain
264,405
1,334
257,757
5,314
Slovenia
257,164
4,417
251,692
1,055
Honduras
256,818
6,879
92,187
157,752
Oman
256,542
2,848
224,077
29,617
Moldova
256,387
6,180
249,381
826
Sri Lanka
248,050
2,814
212,825
32,411
Thailand
236,291
1,819
193,106
41,366
Armenia
224,635
4,505
216,423
3,707
Qatar
221,378
587
218,928
1,863
Bosnia
204,936
9,653
181,199
14,084
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
191,660
3,185
177,106
11,369
Kenya
181,239
3,538
123,462
54,239
Cuba
174,789
1,209
164,038
9,542
Nigeria
167,401
2,118
163,933
1,350
Macedonia
155,655
5,481
149,933
241
S. Korea
153,789
2,009
145,389
6,391
Myanmar
150,714
3,275
134,589
12,850
Zambia
140,620
1,855
115,898
22,867
Algeria
137,403
3,669
95,599
38,135
Latvia
137,110
2,500
132,960
1,650
Albania
132,499
2,455
129,966
78
Estonia
130,898
1,269
126,968
2,661
Norway
130,270
792
88,952
40,526
Kyrgyzstan
118,981
1,964
107,391
9,626
Afghanistan
111,592
4,519
66,799
40,274
Uzbekistan
108,184
725
104,007
3,452
Mongolia
104,900
493
67,579
36,828
Montenegro
100,131
1,609
98,243
279
Ghana
95,259
794
93,148
1,317
Finland
94,719
969
46,000
47,750
China
91,693
4,636
86,571
486
Cameroon
80,487
1,320
78,224
943
Namibia
78,723
1,279
62,026
15,418
El Salvador
77,484
2,356
71,603
3,525
Uganda
75,537
781
50,350
24,406
Cyprus
74,174
374
72,199
1,601
Mozambique
73,652
863
70,352
2,437
Maldives
72,678
207
68,197
4,274
Luxembourg
70,586
818
69,555
213
Botswana
67,492
1,095
61,341
5,056
Singapore
62,493
35
62,140
318
Jamaica
49,841
1,049
29,322
19,470
Côte d'Ivoire
48,058
309
47,511
238
Cambodia
46,065
509
40,769
4,787
Zimbabwe
44,306
1,709
37,524
5,073
Senegal
42,677
1,159
41,058
460
Madagascar
42,166
905
40,524
737
DRC
38,936
896
28,115
9,925
Angola
38,091
881
32,340
4,870
Sudan
36,574
2,750
30,423
3,401
Malawi
35,219
1,178
32,974
1,067
Rwanda
34,143
402
26,865
6,876
Cabo Verde
32,257
285
31,276
696
Trinidad and Tobago
31,429
775
23,014
7,640
Malta
30,598
420
30,151
27
Australia
30,424
910
29,307
207
Réunion
29,502
226
27,585
1,691
French Guiana
27,040
142
9,995
16,903
Syrian Arab Republic
25,287
1,859
21,774
1,654
Gabon
24,958
159
24,509
290
Guinea
23,615
168
22,379
1,068
Suriname
20,723
490
15,943
4,290
Mauritania
20,512
483
19,548
481
Guyana
19,565
458
17,405
1,702
Mayotte
19,389
174
2,964
16,251
French Polynesia
18,992
142
18,822
28
Swaziland
18,947
678
18,059
210
Haiti
17,963
400
12,777
4,786
Papua New Guinea
17,079
173
16,480
426
Guadeloupe
16,881
230
2,250
14,401
Somalia
14,875
775
7,231
6,869
Seychelles
14,620
59
13,323
1,238
Mali
14,396
525
10,043
3,828
Taiwan
14,389
605
10,380
3,404
Vietnam
14,323
72
5,759
8,492
Andorra
13,877
127
13,694
56
Togo
13,749
128
13,379
242
Burkina Faso
13,474
168
13,295
11
Tajikistan
13,371
90
13,229
52
Belize
13,104
329
12,595
180
Bahamas
12,407
244
11,393
770
Congo
12,404
164
11,211
1,029
Curaçao
12,327
126
12,166
35
Martinique
12,264
98
98
12,068
Hong Kong
11,906
210
11,619
77
Djibouti
11,597
155
11,436
6
Lesotho
11,168
329
6,445
4,394
Aruba
11,125
107
10,983
35
South Sudan
10,812
115
10,514
183
Timor-Leste
8,889
20
7,966
903
Equatorial Guinea
8,712
120
8,506
86
Benin
8,170
104
8,000
66
Nicaragua
7,920
189
4,225
3,506
Central African Republic
7,139
98
6,859
182
Yemen
6,905
1,356
3,995
1,554
Iceland
6,637
30
6,595
12
Gambia
6,054
181
5,844
29
Eritrea
5,664
21
5,147
496
Niger
5,475
193
5,199
83
Burundi
5,334
8
773
4,553
Saint Lucia
5,238
84
5,084
70
Sierra Leone
5,155
87
3,368
1,700
San Marino
5,090
90
5,000
0
Chad
4,951
174
4,769
8
Gibraltar
4,335
94
4,216
25
Channel Islands
4,150
86
3,994
70
Barbados
4,057
47
3,992
18
Comoros
3,912
146
3,745
21
Guinea-Bissau
3,844
69
3,569
206
Liberia
3,265
110
2,222
933
Liechtenstein
3,031
59
2,957
15
Fiji
2,848
13
653
2,182
New Zealand
2,725
26
2,680
19
Sint Maarten
2,594
33
2,509
52
Monaco
2,562
33
2,496
33
Bermuda
2,504
33
2,461
10
Turks and Caicos Islands
2,424
18
2,396
10
Sao Tome and Principe
2,364
37
2,317
10
Saint Martin
2,276
12
1,399
865
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
2,216
12
1,967
237
Lao People's Democratic Republic
2,080
3
1,962
115
Bhutan
2,006
1
1,737
268
Mauritius
1,779
18
1,331
430
Caribbean Netherlands
1,635
17
1,609
9
Isle of Man
1,603
29
1,569
5
Antigua and Barbuda
1,263
42
1,221
0
St. Barth
1,005
1
462
542
Faroe Islands
770
1
756
13
Diamond Princess
712
13
699
0
Cayman Islands
609
2
588
19
Tanzania
509
21
183
305
Wallis and Futuna
445
7
438
0
Saint Kitts and Nevis
425
3
98
324
British Virgin Islands
298
1
293
4
Brunei
256
3
245
8
Dominica
192
0
189
3
Grenada
161
1
160
0
New Caledonia
129
0
58
71
Anguilla
109
0
109
0
Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
63
0
63
0
Macao
53
0
51
2
Greenland
50
0
40
10
Holy See (Vatican City State)
27
0
27
0
Saint Pierre Miquelon
26
0
25
1
Solomon Islands
20
0
20
0
Montserrat
20
1
19
0
Western Sahara
10
1
8
1
MS Zaandam
9
2
7
0
Marshall Islands
4
0
4
0
Vanuatu
4
1
3
0
Samoa
3
0
3
0
Saint Helena
2
0
2
0
Micronesia
1
0
1
0
Updated on June 25, 2021 7:13 am

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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…