Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country

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Covid-19 is continuing to spread around the world, with more than 150 million confirmed cases and three 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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Confirmed cases around the world

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Source: Johns Hopkins University, national public health agencies

Figures last updated 7 May 2021, 09:34 BST

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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*Deaths per 100,000 people

US 577,543 176.6 32,459,479
Brazil 416,949 199.1 15,003,563
India 234,083 17.3 21,491,598
Mexico 218,173 172.9 2,358,831
UK 127,583 190.0 4,428,553
Italy 122,263 201.7 4,082,198
Russia 110,366 75.7 4,799,872
France 105,850 162.9 5,728,090
Germany 84,428 101.6 3,502,672
Spain 78,726 168.6 3,559,222
Colombia 76,414 153.9 2,951,101
Iran 73,906 90.3 2,610,018
Poland 68,993 181.9 2,818,378
Argentina 66,263 149.4 3,095,582
Peru 62,976 196.9 1,824,457
South Africa 54,620 94.5 1,590,370
Ukraine 47,710 107.8 2,160,684
Indonesia 46,496 17.4 1,697,305
Turkey 42,187 51.2 4,977,982
Czech Republic 29,608 277.6 1,642,696
Romania 28,710 147.2 1,062,527
Hungary 28,403 292.6 789,188
Chile 26,895 143.6 1,229,248
Canada 24,479 66.0 1,274,206
Belgium 24,444 212.9 1,007,264
Ecuador 19,018 111.3 395,327
Pakistan 18,677 8.8 850,131
Philippines 17,991 16.9 1,080,172
Netherlands 17,285 101.3 1,540,162
Portugal 16,988 165.6 838,475
Bulgaria 16,800 238.2 408,372
Iraq 15,673 40.8 1,098,187
Sweden 14,158 142.0 1,002,121
Egypt 13,714 13.9 234,015
Bolivia 13,151 115.8 314,190
Slovakia 11,920 218.6 384,660
Bangladesh 11,796 7.3 769,160
Tunisia 11,208 96.9 317,010
Greece 10,847 103.1 355,445
Switzerland 10,695 125.4 669,067
Japan 10,566 8.3 623,885
Austria 10,333 116.2 627,484
Morocco 9,049 25.1 513,016
Jordan 9,014 90.5 717,930
Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,762 263.6 200,353
Guatemala 7,677 44.5 232,439
Lebanon 7,415 108.1 531,234
Croatia 7,355 177.0 341,052
Saudi Arabia 7,032 20.9 423,406
Paraguay 6,883 98.9 291,540
Serbia 6,499 93.1 697,241
Israel 6,374 76.0 838,850
Panama 6,255 149.8 366,364
Moldova 5,912 145.9 252,153
Honduras 5,502 57.4 217,595
North Macedonia 5,042 242.1 153,461
Ireland 4,921 102.1 251,474
China 4,846 0.3 102,586
Azerbaijan 4,635 46.6 324,685
Slovenia 4,282 206.1 244,556
Georgia 4,245 106.0 319,266
Armenia 4,209 142.6 218,681
Lithuania 4,019 143.5 255,384
Ethiopia 3,822 3.5 260,802
Nepal 3,529 12.6 368,580
Dominican Republic 3,514 33.1 269,184
Kazakhstan 3,369 18.4 391,052
Costa Rica 3,341 66.8 263,094
Palestinian Territories 3,326 68.4 300,387
Algeria 3,307 7.8 123,473
Myanmar 3,210 6.0 142,874
Libya 3,059 45.8 179,193
Uruguay 2,972 86.2 213,449
Kenya 2,850 5.5 162,098
Afghanistan 2,664 7.2 61,162
Belarus 2,602 27.5 364,951
Denmark 2,493 43.3 256,482
Albania 2,406 83.5 131,510
Sudan 2,365 5.7 34,461
Venezuela 2,244 7.8 204,057
Kosovo 2,203 119.4 105,614
Latvia 2,178 112.9 121,509
El Salvador 2,146 33.4 70,255
Oman 2,083 43.1 199,344
Nigeria 2,065 1.1 165,301
South Korea 1,860 3.6 126,044
Kyrgyzstan 1,643 26.1 97,663
Syria 1,631 9.6 23,191
Kuwait 1,621 39.2 281,772
Malaysia 1,610 5.1 427,927
United Arab Emirates 1,604 16.7 530,944
Zimbabwe 1,575 10.9 38,398
Montenegro 1,526 243.1 98,042
Yemen 1,265 4.4 6,426
Zambia 1,256 7.2 91,946
Estonia 1,187 89.7 124,147
Cameroon 1,152 4.6 74,946
Malawi 1,152 6.3 34,151
Senegal 1,116 7.0 40,578
Finland 919 16.6 88,078
Australia 910 3.7 29,896
Mozambique 819 2.8 70,108
Luxembourg 801 132.6 68,020
Jamaica 798 27.2 46,338
Ghana 783 2.6 92,828
DR Congo 770 0.9 30,201
Norway 767 14.4 115,411
Sri Lanka 745 3.5 119,424
Somalia 745 5.0 14,368
Botswana 734 32.6 48,417
Cuba 701 6.2 112,714
Madagascar 695 2.6 38,337
Namibia 674 27.5 49,460
Eswatini 671 59.1 18,473
Bahrain 670 42.7 184,697
Uzbekistan 660 2.0 93,597
Angola 622 2.0 27,921
Qatar 493 17.7 209,470
Mali 493 2.6 14,029
Mauritania 456 10.4 18,576
Malta 416 94.7 30,420
Uganda 345 0.8 42,152
Rwanda 338 2.7 25,486
Thailand 336 0.5 76,811
Cyprus 328 27.6 68,442
Belize 323 84.3 12,682
Lesotho 319 15.1 10,749
Guyana 310 39.8 13,957
Ivory Coast 291 1.2 46,315
Haiti 263 2.4 13,164
Cape Verde 230 42.3 25,526
Guadeloupe 228 57.0 14,634
Suriname 213 37.0 10,816
Bahamas 211 54.7 10,711
Niger 192 0.9 5,310
Trinidad and Tobago 191 13.7 12,396
Nicaragua 183 2.8 6,989
Gambia 175 7.7 5,925
Mayotte 170 65.5 20,134
Chad 170 1.1 4,854
Burkina Faso 162 0.8 13,353
Mongolia 153 4.8 43,201
Réunion 150 17.0 21,451
Guinea 148 1.2 22,505
Djibouti 148 15.4 11,307
Congo 147 2.8 11,016
Comoros 146 17.5 3,847
French Polynesia 141 50.8 18,776
Gabon 140 6.6 23,201
Andorra 127 164.9 13,363
Togo 123 1.6 13,068
Papua New Guinea 121 1.4 11,630
South Sudan 115 1.0 10,620
Cambodia 114 0.7 18,179
Curaçao 113 69.4 12,222
Equatorial Guinea 112 8.6 7,694
French Guiana 104 36.8 20,078
Aruba 100 94.5 10,721
Benin 100 0.9 7,884
Gibraltar 94 278.8 4,286
Central African Republic 93 2.0 6,674
Tajikistan 90 1.0 13,308
San Marino 90 266.4 5,067
Channel Islands 86 50.4 4,056
Liberia 85 1.8 2,113
Martinique 79 21.0 11,139
Sierra Leone 79 1.0 4,068
Maldives 77 14.9 33,368
Saint Lucia 75 41.2 4,607
Guinea-Bissau 67 3.6 3,738
Liechtenstein 57 150.3 2,961
Barbados 45 15.7 3,929
Vietnam 35 0.0 3,090
Sao Tome and Principe 35 16.6 2,317
Monaco 32 82.7 2,475
Antigua and Barbuda 32 33.2 1,232
Singapore 31 0.5 61,286
Bermuda 30 47.8 2,432
Iceland 29 8.6 6,500
Isle of Man 29 34.5 1,590
Seychelles 28 28.8 6,373
Saint Martin 27 72.5 2,250
New Zealand 26 0.5 2,634
Tanzania 21 0.0 509
Turks and Caicos Islands 17 45.1 2,402
Mauritius 17 1.3 1,216
Diamond Princess cruise ship 13 712
Eritrea 12 0.3 3,734
St Vincent and the Grenadines 12 10.9 1,895
Taiwan 12 0.1 1,173
Burundi 6 0.1 4,093
Timor-Leste 4 0.3 2,870
Brunei 3 0.7 229
Fiji 3 0.3 129
Cayman Islands 2 3.1 545
MS Zaandam cruise ship 2 9
Bhutan 1 0.1 1,161
Saint Barthelemy 1 10.2 974
Faroe Islands 1 2.1 668
British Virgin Islands 1 3.4 216
Grenada 1 0.9 160
Montserrat 1 20.0 20
Vanuatu 1 0.3 4
Laos 0 0.0 1,177
Dominica 0 0.0 174
New Caledonia 0 0.0 124
Anguilla 0 0.0 95
Falkland Islands 0 0.0 63
Saint Kitts and Nevis 0 0.0 45
Greenland 0 0.0 31
Vatican 0 0.0 27
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 0 0.0 25
Solomon Islands 0 0.0 20
Marshall Islands 0 0.0 4
Samoa 0 0.0 3
Micronesia 0 0.0 1

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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: 7 May 2021, 09:34 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, which results in a slightly lower overall total. 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 now 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 181 countries and territories administering vaccines and publishing rollout data, 68 are high-income nations, 96 are middle-income and 17 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.

Global vaccine rollout

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World
15.9
1,236,122,090
China
20.7
299,470,729
US
75.3
251,973,752
India
11.8
162,603,603
UK
76.7
51,225,890
Brazil
21.9
46,542,392
Germany
40.1
33,565,445
Turkey
29.0
24,467,719
France
35.1
23,949,989
Italy
37.5
22,644,364
Indonesia
7.8
21,367,754
Russia
14.5
21,177,713
Mexico
15.5
19,951,121
Spain
39.5
18,489,580
Chile
80.0
15,296,805
Canada
39.5
14,924,694
Poland
34.4
13,034,348
United Arab Emirates
110.3
10,907,264
Israel
121.2
10,489,167
Saudi Arabia
28.9
10,065,924
Morocco
26.2
9,680,954
Bangladesh
5.5
9,133,278
Argentina
19.0
8,591,061
Hungary
67.0
6,468,466
Netherlands
33.0
5,651,843
Romania
29.0
5,588,267
Colombia
10.3
5,220,330
Belgium
36.2
4,199,590
Japan
3.3
4,197,463
South Korea
7.8
4,005,806
Serbia
54.6
3,715,103
Portugal
36.0
3,675,613
Sweden
35.3
3,563,609
Czech Republic
32.8
3,508,897
Austria
38.4
3,458,063
Greece
32.9
3,424,468
Pakistan
1.4
3,150,122
Switzerland
32.3
2,791,978
Cambodia
16.1
2,686,691
Australia
9.7
2,473,529
Singapore
37.8
2,213,888
Dominican Republic
20.3
2,197,153
Denmark
37.2
2,155,301
Philippines
1.9
2,129,185
Nepal
7.2
2,091,511
Kazakhstan
10.8
2,025,911
Finland
35.9
1,990,774
Uruguay
56.8
1,974,244
Mongolia
59.4
1,946,350
Peru
5.7
1,894,397
Norway
34.1
1,847,728
Slovakia
31.9
1,740,460
Qatar
60.1
1,732,471
Ireland
33.5
1,655,866
Thailand
2.4
1,651,782
Azerbaijan
15.7
1,593,883
Malaysia
4.6
1,500,202
Kuwait
33.7
1,440,000
Bahrain
78.4
1,334,658
Iran
1.6
1,314,641
Nigeria
0.6
1,266,742
Ethiopia
1.1
1,215,934
Ecuador
6.5
1,141,262
Lithuania
40.7
1,107,307
Jordan
10.7
1,091,048
Sri Lanka
5.1
1,088,093
El Salvador
16.5
1,068,428
Myanmar
1.9
1,040,000
Croatia
23.9
979,181
Costa Rica
18.7
950,252
Bulgaria
12.7
884,254
Bolivia
7.5
878,563
Kenya
1.6
853,081
Ghana
2.7
849,527
Ukraine
1.9
822,196
Panama
16.9
731,189
Slovenia
33.8
702,666
Vietnam
0.7
675,956
Egypt
0.6
660,000
Zimbabwe
4.1
607,355
Uzbekistan
1.8
600,369
Albania
19.9
572,226
Estonia
38.5
510,125
Lebanon
7.5
509,705
Bhutan
62.4
481,107
Angola
1.4
456,349
Tunisia
3.8
444,490
Maldives
78.4
423,770
Senegal
2.5
421,993
Uganda
0.8
375,283
South Africa
0.6
366,101
Latvia
19.1
360,296
Malta
81.4
359,429
Rwanda
2.7
350,465
Belarus
3.5
328,500
Oman
6.2
315,691
Malawi
1.6
311,751
New Zealand
6.3
304,900
Iraq
0.7
298,377
Cyprus
32.9
287,816
Venezuela
0.9
250,000
Afghanistan
0.6
240,000
Luxembourg
35.2
220,251
Ivory Coast
0.8
215,010
Palestinian Territories
4.2
213,989
Laos
2.5
184,387
Guatemala
1.0
182,332
Moldova
4.3
171,820
Iceland
49.0
167,168
Togo
1.9
160,000
Guinea
1.1
150,799
Guinea
1.1
150,799
Paraguay
2.0
143,441
Sudan
0.3
140,227
Jamaica
4.6
135,473
Nicaragua
2.0
135,130
Seychelles
129.9
127,721
Guyana
16.1
126,800
Somalia
0.7
117,567
Mauritius
9.2
117,323
Bosnia and Herzegovina
3.2
106,464
Montenegro
15.0
94,291
Taiwan
0.3
80,861
Equatorial Guinea
5.4
75,518
Barbados
26.2
75,296
Isle of Man
88.2
75,013
Algeria
0.2
75,000
North Macedonia
3.6
74,076
Gibraltar
215.7
72,674
Cayman Islands
105.9
69,573
Zambia
0.3
64,011
Sierra Leone
0.8
61,107
Trinidad and Tobago
4.2
58,224
Honduras
0.6
57,639
Mozambique
0.2
57,305
Fiji
6.2
56,000
Bermuda
89.8
55,904
Georgia
1.3
51,600
Mali
0.2
49,903
Botswana
2.1
49,882
Guernsey
69.5
46,587
Belize
11.6
46,067
Suriname
7.0
41,287
Eswatini
3.0
34,897
San Marino
94.0
31,886
Antigua and Barbuda
30.4
29,754
Andorra
37.4
28,881
Kyrgyzstan
0.4
27,858
Dominica
38.6
27,821
Bahamas
6.5
25,692
Turks and Caicos Islands
64.7
25,039
Saint Lucia
13.5
24,773
Monaco
62.1
24,390
Kosovo
0.000
22,096
Faroe Islands
43.2
21,128
Gambia
0.9
20,922
Namibia
0.8
20,005
Lesotho
0.7
16,000
Grenada
13.7
15,397
St Vincent and the Grenadines
13.1
14,526
Congo
0.3
14,297
Greenland
25.0
14,177
Comoros
1.5
13,440
Saint Kitts and Nevis
24.6
13,070
Liechtenstein
34.1
12,998
Cameroon
0.041
11,000
Brunei
2.4
10,715
Djibouti
1.0
10,246
Sao Tome and Principe
4.4
9,724
Gabon
0.4
8,897
Samoa
3.7
7,435
Mauritania
0.2
7,038
Anguilla
46.0
6,898
Tonga
5.1
5,367
Solomon Islands
0.7
4,890
Saint Helena
75.3
4,572
Falkland Islands
126.5
4,407
Papua New Guinea
0.032
2,900
Timor-Leste
0.2
2,629
Syria
0.014
2,500
Cape Verde
0.4
2,184
Montserrat
38.2
1,909
DR Congo
0.002
1,700
Niger
0.006
1,366
South Sudan
0.009
947
Libya
0.011
750
Nauru
6.5
700
Armenia
0.019
565
Benin
0
0
British Indian Ocean Territory
0
0
British Virgin Islands
0
0
Burkina Faso
0
0
Burundi
0
0
Central African Republic
0
0
Chad
0
0
Cook Islands
0
0
Cuba
0
0
Eritrea
0
0
Guinea-Bissau
0
0
Haiti
0
0
Kiribati
0
0
Liberia
0
0
Madagascar
0
0
Niue
0
0
North Korea
0
0
Pitcairn
0
0
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
0
0
Tajikistan
0
0
Tanzania
0
0
Tokelau
0
0
Turkmenistan
0
0
Tuvalu
0
0
Vanuatu
0
0
Vatican
0
0
Yemen
0
0

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Overall, China and the US have given the most doses, with about 300 million and 250 million respectively, while India has administered more than 160 million so far.

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

Several African countries have received vaccines through the Covax initiative, with vaccinations now underway in Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Kenya and Rwanda, among others.

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.

Asia, however, is the notable exception, mostly due to India's recent surge in cases.

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, Nepal and Japan is changing the picture.

India, which has the second-highest number of cases in total after the US, is currently seeing about 400,000 new confirmed cases every day.

The surge in cases has put the healthcare system under extreme pressure, with hospitals at full capacity and daily reports of oxygen shortages.

The total number of coronavirus deaths reported in India is more than 230,000 - still well behind the number recorded in the US and Brazil.

However, with many people avoiding testing, or struggling to access it, and deaths in rural areas often going unregistered, the actual death toll could already be much higher.

As the chart below shows, India is far from the only country in Asia with rapidly climbing infections and many are experiencing the highest number of cases since the pandemic began.

Europe

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

But the number of daily infections has slowed in the worst affected countries, such as Turkey, France and Germany, and the overall trend in Europe 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.

North America

The US has recorded more than 32 million cases and about 580,000 deaths, the highest figures in the world.

Daily cases now appear to be levelling off after a steep fall in February.

Canada, which has a far lower death rate than the US, also experienced a recent surge. Daily cases there fell in January before rising in March and April.

Latin America

In Latin America, there has been particular concern about a variant of the virus that has been spreading rapidly in Brazil.

The country has recorded more than 15 million cases and 400,000 deaths - the world's second highest death toll - but the number of daily infections has slowed since March.

Argentina, Colombia and Mexico have all recorded more than two million cases.

Middle East

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

Iran has the highest official death toll in the region and the country has recently experienced its biggest spike in cases.

Israel, which has rolled out a highly successful vaccination programme, has seen its number of daily infections drop significantly in recent months.

Africa

Africa has recorded more than 4.6 million cases and more than 120,000 deaths - but the true extent of the pandemic in many African countries is not known as testing rates are low.

South Africa, with nearly 1.6 million cases, is the worst affected country on the continent, according to official figures.

Morocco, Tunisia, Ethiopia. Egypt, Libya, Nigeria, Kenya and Algeria have also recorded more than 100,000 cases.

Oceania

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

In a sign of how effective their lockdown measures have been, the average number of cases in both countries is similar to that in French Polynesia, a sprawling network of islands in the Pacific Ocean.

Elsewhere in the region, Papua New Guinea saw a recent spike in infections, taking total cases there to nearly 12,000.

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.

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.

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