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Covid-19 is continuing to spread around the world, with more than 180 million confirmed cases and 3.9 million deaths across nearly 200 countries.

The US, India and Brazil have seen the highest number of confirmed cases, followed by France, Turkey, Russia and the UK.

Very few places have been left untouched.


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Source: Johns Hopkins University, national public health agencies

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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 10,000 per day are those with black bars on the relevant date.


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Total Cases

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10k

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US

601,250

183.8

33,472,848

Brazil

513,474

245.1

18,420,598

India

396,730

29.3

30,279,331

Mexico

232,564

184.3

2,505,792

Peru

191,584

598.9

2,046,057

Russia

131,070

89.9

5,387,486

UK

128,100

190.8

4,732,434

Italy

127,472

210.3

4,258,069

France

110,968

170.7

5,770,021

Colombia

104,678

210.8

4,158,716

Argentina

92,568

208.7

4,405,247

Germany

90,768

109.2

3,734,489

Iran

83,845

102.5

3,167,741

Spain

80,779

173.0

3,782,463

Poland

74,979

197.7

2,879,638

South Africa

59,900

103.6

1,928,897

Indonesia

57,138

21.3

2,115,304

Ukraine

54,507

123.2

2,298,086

Turkey

49,576

60.2

5,409,027

Romania

33,253

170.5

1,080,630

Chile

32,298

172.4

1,547,103

Czech Republic

30,298

284.1

1,666,947

Hungary

29,980

308.8

807,910

Canada

26,187

70.6

1,420,607

Belgium

25,160

219.1

1,082,476

Philippines

24,372

22.9

1,397,992

Pakistan

22,231

10.5

955,657

Ecuador

21,523

126.0

454,336

Bulgaria

18,027

255.6

421,531

Netherlands

17,758

104.1

1,684,911

Iraq

17,091

44.5

1,325,700

Portugal

17,084

166.6

874,547

Bolivia

16,581

146.0

433,935

Egypt

16,092

16.3

280,394

Tunisia

14,654

126.7

407,017

Japan

14,621

11.5

796,118

Sweden

14,619

146.6

1,088,896

Bangladesh

14,172

8.8

888,406

Greece

12,655

120.3

420,905

Paraguay

12,517

179.9

418,330

Slovakia

12,505

229.3

391,551

Switzerland

10,882

127.6

702,507

Austria

10,700

120.3

650,261

Jordan

9,727

97.6

749,784

Bosnia and Herzegovina

9,655

290.5

204,945

Morocco

9,277

25.7

529,676

Guatemala

9,050

52.5

291,595

Nepal

9,009

32.1

633,679

Croatia

8,200

197.3

359,652

Lebanon

7,843

114.3

544,454

Saudi Arabia

7,775

23.1

483,221

Serbia

7,031

100.7

716,301

Honduras

6,922

72.2

260,331

Panama

6,524

156.2

400,666

Israel

6,429

76.7

840,888

Moldova

6,184

152.6

256,559

Uruguay

5,494

159.3

365,866

North Macedonia

5,484

263.3

155,673

Georgia

5,266

131.6

363,522

Ireland

4,989

103.5

271,260

Azerbaijan

4,968

49.9

335,836

Malaysia

4,944

15.7

734,048

China

4,846

0.3

103,724

Costa Rica

4,602

92.1

361,005

Afghanistan

4,519

12.2

111,592

Armenia

4,508

152.7

224,797

Slovenia

4,419

212.7

257,240

Lithuania

4,381

156.4

278,689

Ethiopia

4,314

3.9

275,935

Dominican Republic

3,797

35.7

322,778

Algeria

3,693

8.7

138,465

Kenya

3,595

7.0

182,597

Palestinian Territories

3,559

73.2

313,721

Kazakhstan

3,524

19.2

476,740

Myanmar

3,297

6.1

153,160

Libya

3,187

47.7

192,470

Belarus

3,113

32.9

415,339

Venezuela

3,068

10.6

269,635

Oman

2,967

61.4

262,059

Sri Lanka

2,944

13.9

253,618

Sudan

2,754

6.6

36,574

Denmark

2,532

44.0

292,943

Latvia

2,503

129.8

137,210

Albania

2,456

85.2

132,512

El Salvador

2,371

36.9

78,572

Kosovo

2,260

122.5

107,299

Nigeria

2,119

1.1

167,467

Zambia

2,022

11.7

148,568

South Korea

2,015

3.9

155,572

Kyrgyzstan

1,982

31.4

121,946

Thailand

1,934

2.8

249,853

Kuwait

1,933

46.7

351,481

Syria

1,867

11.0

25,404

United Arab Emirates

1,796

18.6

626,936

Zimbabwe

1,736

12.0

46,442

Montenegro

1,609

256.3

100,190

Namibia

1,400

57.2

84,705

Yemen

1,360

4.8

6,908

Bahrain

1,345

85.7

265,247

Cameroon

1,320

5.2

80,487

Estonia

1,269

95.9

130,968

Cuba

1,241

10.9

182,354

Malawi

1,182

6.5

35,629

Senegal

1,164

7.3

42,904

Botswana

1,095

48.6

67,492

Jamaica

1,061

36.2

50,005

Finland

969

17.5

95,084

DR Congo

916

1.1

40,254

Australia

910

3.7

30,528

Madagascar

906

3.4

42,194

Uganda

903

2.1

78,394

Angola

889

2.9

38,556

Mozambique

868

2.9

75,138

Luxembourg

818

135.4

70,600

Trinidad and Tobago

817

58.8

32,198

Ghana

795

2.7

95,369

Norway

792

14.8

130,588

Somalia

775

5.2

14,892

Uzbekistan

731

2.3

109,692

Eswatini

678

59.7

19,035

Taiwan

632

2.7

14,634

Qatar

588

21.1

221,692

Cambodia

556

3.4

48,532

Mongolia

533

16.8

111,505

Mali

525

2.8

14,417

Suriname

507

88.0

21,249

Mauritania

486

11.0

20,635

Guyana

462

59.3

19,877

Rwanda

420

3.4

36,627

Malta

420

95.6

30,606

Haiti

400

3.6

17,963

Cyprus

374

31.4

74,785

Belize

329

85.9

13,137

Lesotho

329

15.6

11,239

Ivory Coast

312

1.2

48,192

Cape Verde

286

52.6

32,372

Guadeloupe

266

66.5

17,427

Bahamas

245

63.5

12,467

Réunion

226

25.6

29,502

Maldives

209

40.5

73,327

Niger

193

0.9

5,479

Nicaragua

189

2.9

7,920

Gambia

181

7.9

6,069

Mayotte

174

67.0

19,405

Chad

174

1.1

4,951

Papua New Guinea

173

2.0

17,098

Guinea

168

1.4

23,692

Burkina Faso

168

0.9

13,478

Congo

165

3.1

12,485

Gabon

159

7.5

24,984

Djibouti

155

16.2

11,601

Comoros

146

17.5

3,912

French Guiana

142

50.2

27,040

French Polynesia

142

51.1

18,994

Togo

128

1.6

13,816

Andorra

127

164.9

13,882

Curaçao

126

77.4

12,330

Equatorial Guinea

121

9.2

8,723

Liberia

120

2.5

3,736

South Sudan

115

1.0

10,812

Aruba

107

101.1

11,131

Benin

104

0.9

8,170

Martinique

99

26.4

12,199

Central African Republic

98

2.1

7,139

Sierra Leone

94

1.2

5,381

Gibraltar

94

278.8

4,345

Tajikistan

90

1.0

13,439

San Marino

90

266.4

5,090

Channel Islands

86

50.4

4,220

Saint Lucia

84

46.2

5,278

Vietnam

76

0.1

15,740

Guinea-Bissau

69

3.7

3,846

Seychelles

63

64.9

15,116

Liechtenstein

59

155.6

3,032

Barbados

47

16.4

4,075

Antigua and Barbuda

42

43.6

1,263

Sao Tome and Principe

37

17.5

2,365

Singapore

36

0.6

62,544

Saint Martin

33

88.6

2,601

Monaco

33

85.3

2,571

Bermuda

33

52.6

2,510

Iceland

29

8.6

6,555

Isle of Man

29

34.5

1,608

New Zealand

26

0.5

2,739

Timor-Leste

21

1.7

9,035

Eritrea

21

0.6

5,780

Tanzania

21

0.0

509

Turks and Caicos Islands

18

47.8

2,424

Mauritius

18

1.4

1,833

Fiji

15

1.7

3,591

Diamond Princess cruise ship

13

712

St Vincent and the Grenadines

12

10.9

2,219

Burundi

8

0.1

5,348

Laos

3

0.0

2,110

Saint Kitts and Nevis

3

5.7

429

Brunei

3

0.7

259

Cayman Islands

2

3.1

609

MS Zaandam cruise ship

2

9

Bhutan

1

0.1

2,052

Saint Barthelemy

1

10.2

1,005

Faroe Islands

1

2.1

772

British Virgin Islands

1

3.4

298

Grenada

1

0.9

161

Montserrat

1

20.0

20

Vanuatu

1

0.3

4

Dominica

0

0.0

193

New Caledonia

0

0.0

129

Anguilla

0

0.0

109

Falkland Islands

0

0.0

63

Greenland

0

0.0

50

Vatican

0

0.0

27

Saint Pierre and Miquelon

0

0.0

26

Solomon Islands

0

0.0

20

Marshall Islands

0

0.0

4

Samoa

0

0.0

3

Kiribati

0

0.0

2

Micronesia

0

0.0

1

Palau

0

0.0

0

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** 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: 28 June 2021, 09:49 BST

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

Confirmed cases have been rising steeply since the middle of last year, but the true extent of the first outbreaks in 2020 is unclear because testing was not then widely available.

The 100 millionth Covid case was recorded at the end of January – about a year after the first officially diagnosed case of the virus.

Deaths have also been rising, however official figures may not fully reflect the true number in many countries.

Data on excess deaths, a measure of how many more people are dying than would be expected based on the previous few years, may give a better indication of the actual numbers in many cases.

Who has vaccinated the most?

Several coronavirus vaccines have been approved for use, either by individual countries or groups of countries, such as the European Union and the World Health Organization (WHO).

Of the 193 countries and territories administering vaccines and publishing rollout data, 67 are high-income nations, 101 are middle-income and 25 low-income.

The map below, using figures collated by Our World in Data – a collaboration between Oxford University and an educational charity – shows the total number of doses given per 100 people, mostly first doses.


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Doses per 100 people

Total doses

World

37.5

2,921,406,758

China

80.8

1,169,062,622

US

96.3

322,123,103

India

22.8

314,841,384

Brazil

43.7

92,917,274

UK

114.9

76,774,990

Germany

85.3

71,437,514

France

75.5

50,988,854

Italy

81.8

49,474,512

Turkey

55.8

47,079,628

Mexico

33.6

43,369,096

Indonesia

14.3

39,050,655

Spain

83.0

38,808,490

Russia

26.1

38,098,213

Japan

29.4

37,214,200

Canada

93.1

35,135,821

Poland

74.9

28,354,710

Chile

117.4

22,442,619

Argentina

43.1

19,499,231

South Korea

36.7

18,806,956

Morocco

50.5

18,645,063

Saudi Arabia

49.5

17,217,116

Colombia

32.8

16,693,732

United Arab Emirates

152.1

15,043,227

Netherlands

83.6

14,323,814

Pakistan

6.1

13,484,364

Israel

123.6

10,694,397

Belgium

90.5

10,493,057

Bangladesh

6.1

10,095,579

Philippines

8.7

9,542,612

Hungary

95.8

9,249,943

Thailand

12.9

8,981,478

Romania

46.0

8,857,972

Portugal

79.5

8,105,821

Greece

77.0

8,028,343

Czech Republic

73.4

7,855,246

Dominican Republic

69.6

7,545,508

Austria

82.6

7,434,857

Australia

28.5

7,257,605

Sweden

71.6

7,229,002

Malaysia

21.7

7,039,072

Peru

21.2

7,002,272

Switzerland

80.7

6,982,371

Cambodia

39.6

6,616,277

Cuba

47.0

5,328,292

Serbia

75.6

5,146,241

Singapore

86.0

5,029,006

Iran

5.9

4,968,642

Kazakhstan

26.4

4,951,029

Finland

75.8

4,200,712

Egypt

4.0

4,138,935

Ecuador

22.4

3,944,256

Norway

72.1

3,908,225

Uruguay

107.1

3,721,830

Ireland

74.5

3,679,531

Mongolia

112.0

3,672,281

Jordan

33.7

3,440,724

Slovakia

62.3

3,399,122

Sri Lanka

15.7

3,367,220

Nepal

11.4

3,331,960

Vietnam

3.4

3,299,232

Azerbaijan

32.5

3,293,732

Denmark

55.2

3,199,913

Nigeria

1.5

3,104,802

Kuwait

72.6

3,100,000

Qatar

104.4

3,008,822

Myanmar

5.5

2,994,900

Uzbekistan

8.1

2,695,058

South Africa

4.5

2,682,710

El Salvador

41.2

2,674,605

Croatia

61.0

2,502,912

Algeria

5.7

2,500,000

Ukraine

5.6

2,466,135

Costa Rica

45.8

2,331,030

Bolivia

19.1

2,231,841

Lithuania

81.1

2,208,775

Bahrain

118.7

2,019,313

Ethiopia

1.7

1,988,902

Taiwan

8.0

1,905,474

Bulgaria

24.8

1,724,896

Tunisia

14.3

1,685,739

Panama

34.0

1,469,057

Venezuela

5.2

1,466,988

Slovenia

70.2

1,458,533

Angola

4.4

1,432,699

Laos

19.4

1,408,531

Lebanon

18.3

1,247,265

Ghana

4.0

1,232,876

Kenya

2.3

1,220,151

Zimbabwe

8.0

1,193,315

Latvia

58.3

1,099,063

Belarus

11.3

1,068,413

New Zealand

21.1

1,019,364

Estonia

69.9

926,779

Albania

32.1

922,886

Guatemala

5.1

918,047

Oman

16.8

859,000

Uganda

1.8

843,039

Iraq

2.0

805,363

Cyprus

88.8

777,935

Afghanistan

2.0

765,890

Palestinian Territories

14.9

757,974

Ivory Coast

2.8

740,391

Mauritius

55.6

706,948

Moldova

17.1

688,125

Honduras

6.9

679,496

Malta

147.3

650,411

Senegal

3.8

632,648

Sudan

1.4

629,692

Paraguay

8.6

615,602

Rwanda

4.5

578,569

Guinea

4.0

531,142

Luxembourg

81.9

512,584

Maldives

93.0

502,546

North Macedonia

24.1

501,506

Bhutan

62.8

484,751

Mozambique

1.4

438,382

Malawi

2.2

427,730

Iceland

113.3

386,715

Libya

5.4

370,066

Togo

4.2

347,246

Georgia

8.5

339,415

Guyana

42.6

335,091

Bosnia and Herzegovina

9.6

315,780

Montenegro

45.4

285,056

Fiji

30.6

274,008

Trinidad and Tobago

19.1

267,825

Equatorial Guinea

18.6

260,528

Niger

1.1

255,587

Yemen

0.8

251,385

Jamaica

8.4

249,983

Botswana

8.5

200,893

Madagascar

0.7

196,291

Somalia

1.2

190,399

Timor-Leste

14.4

189,266

Suriname

31.9

187,306

Mali

0.9

179,634

Kyrgyzstan

2.7

173,700

Nicaragua

2.5

167,500

Barbados

56.5

162,357

Zambia

0.8

150,476

Mauritania

3.1

142,362

Namibia

5.5

139,022

Seychelles

140.3

137,976

Kosovo

0.000

133,868

Tajikistan

1.4

132,075

Jersey

118.7

119,975

Syria

0.6

108,276

Belize

26.7

106,010

Congo

1.9

102,642

Cameroon

0.4

102,400

Isle of Man

118.7

100,971

Sierra Leone

1.2

97,315

Cayman Islands

138.2

90,848

Comoros

9.7

84,360

Bahamas

20.2

79,246

Guernsey

117.9

79,028

Bermuda

125.9

78,413

Central African Republic

1.6

78,137

Gibraltar

231.7

78,047

Liberia

1.5

76,642

Brunei

17.5

76,471

Cape Verde

13.4

74,321

Antigua and Barbuda

65.1

63,755

Andorra

81.9

63,265

Armenia

1.9

55,557

DR Congo

0.059

52,856

Saint Lucia

28.3

52,030

Gabon

2.2

49,346

Eswatini

4.1

47,623

Faroe Islands

94.3

46,082

Samoa

22.8

45,178

San Marino

130.8

44,387

Turkmenistan

0.7

41,993

Gambia

1.7

41,077

Dominica

54.6

39,309

Papua New Guinea

0.4

38,176

Turks and Caicos Islands

98.4

38,110

Saint Kitts and Nevis

71.5

38,006

Lesotho

1.7

36,759

Monaco

93.3

36,609

Greenland

62.6

35,554

South Sudan

0.3

32,959

Liechtenstein

80.1

30,557

Tonga

28.4

29,980

Grenada

25.9

29,157

Djibouti

2.7

26,796

Benin

0.2

26,624

Sao Tome and Principe

11.4

24,908

St Vincent and the Grenadines

22.2

24,667

British Virgin Islands

67.1

20,278

Guinea-Bissau

1.0

18,706

Burkina Faso

0.085

17,775

Cook Islands

100.0

17,556

Solomon Islands

2.5

17,000

Anguilla

101.3

15,198

Chad

0.055

8,981

Saint Helena

130.0

7,892

Nauru

69.1

7,486

Vanuatu

2.4

7,462

Tuvalu

40.5

4,772

Falkland Islands

126.5

4,407

Montserrat

52.0

2,600

Pitcairn

100.0

47

British Indian Ocean Territory

0

0

Burundi

0

0

Eritrea

0

0

Haiti

0

0

Kiribati

0

0

Niue

0

0

North Korea

0

0

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

0

0

Tanzania

0

0

Tokelau

0

0

Vatican

0

0

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Overall, China and the US have given the most doses, with more than 1.1 billion and 322 million respectively, while India has administered 314 million so far.

But when breaking the figures down by doses per 100 people in countries with a population of at least one million, the United Arab Emirates, Israel and Bahrain top the list.

Most countries are prioritising the over-60s, health workers and people who are clinically vulnerable.

Some countries have secured more vaccine doses than their populations need, while other lower-income countries are relying on a global plan known as Covax, which is seeking to ensure everyone in the world has access to a vaccine.

Leaders of the G7 countries have pledged to supply one billion vaccine doses to poorer countries, either directly or through the Covax scheme.

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Where are cases still high?

With many countries now having started widespread vaccine rollouts, the number of daily cases is stable or falling in most regions.

Here's a breakdown of the situation by region:

Asia

Asia was the centre of the initial outbreak that spread from China in early 2020, but the number of cases and deaths there was initially lower than in Europe and North America.

However, the recent surge in cases in India and elsewhere is changing the picture.

In India, the official death toll is approaching 400,000, while it has recorded more than 30 million cases – second only to the US.

As the chart below shows, other countries in Asia have also seen recent spikes in cases.

Latin America

In Latin America, Brazil has recorded 18.4 million cases and more than 513,000 deaths – the world's second highest official death toll. Experts say they're concerned that the situation could worsen as winter sets in.

Peru now has the fifth highest toll in the world with more than 190,000 deaths, but the highest number of deaths by population size – nearly 600 deaths for every 100,000 people.

Colombia, Argentina and Chile have also seen recent surges in cases.

Europe

Several European countries have seen spikes in Covid cases in recent months.

But the number of daily infections has slowed in most of the worst affected countries, and the overall trend is downward.

Vaccine rollouts across the European Union have been problematic. There have been delays to deliveries and concerns over the safety of the Oxford-Astra Zeneca vaccine, which a number of countries have withdrawn from use or restricted to certain age groups.

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North America

The US has recorded more than 33 million cases and over 600,000 deaths – the highest figures in the world.

However, daily cases and deaths in the US have both now fallen, as they have in Canada, where the death rate is far lower than its neighbour's.

Middle East

Several countries in the Middle East have had severe outbreaks of the virus, with Iran and Iraq seeing the highest numbers of deaths.

Iran has the highest official death toll in the region and the country saw its biggest spike in cases in April – but the numbers have now fallen.

Israel has rolled out a highly successful vaccination programme, but has re-imposed a requirement for masks to be worn indoors after a recent increase in cases.

Africa

Africa has recorded more than 5.4 million cases and more than 140,000 deaths – but the true extent of the pandemic in many African countries is not known as testing rates are low.

South Africa, with more than 1.9 million cases and about 60,000 deaths, is the worst affected country on the continent, according to official figures.

Morocco has recorded over 500,000 cases and Tunisia, Ethiopia and Egypt have all seen more than 250,000 cases.

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Oceania

Australia and New Zealand have been praised for their response to the pandemic, with both countries having seen comparatively few deaths.

But there is new concern in Australia where cases of the Delta variant of Covid-19 have been detected across the country.

Elsewhere in the region, Papua New Guinea saw a recent spike in infections, taking total cases there to more than 17,000.

How did coronavirus spread?

Covid-19 was first detected in the city of Wuhan, China, in late 2019 but the outbreak spread quickly across the globe in the first months of 2020.

It was declared a global pandemic by the WHO on 11 March 2020.

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

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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.