Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country

By The Visual and Data Journalism Team
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Covid-19 is continuing to spread around the world, with more than 246 million confirmed cases and over 4.7 million deaths across almost 200 countries.

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

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 27 September 2021, 09:43 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 684,647 209.3 42,729,683
Brazil 594,443 283.8 21,351,972
India 447,194 33.1 33,678,786
Mexico 275,450 218.3 3,632,800
Russia 200,245 137.4 7,313,112
Peru 199,292 623.0 2,173,034
Indonesia 141,467 52.9 4,208,013
UK 136,168 202.8 7,664,230
Italy 130,697 215.6 4,660,314
Colombia 126,145 254.0 4,951,675
Iran 119,360 145.9 5,533,520
France 116,444 179.2 6,994,319
Argentina 114,862 258.9 5,250,402
Germany 93,409 112.4 4,204,300
South Africa 87,052 150.6 2,896,943
Spain 86,229 184.7 4,946,601
Poland 75,572 199.3 2,903,234
Turkey 63,166 76.7 7,039,470
Ukraine 59,375 134.2 2,503,205
Chile 37,440 199.9 1,651,750
Philippines 37,405 35.1 2,490,858
Romania 36,341 186.3 1,194,106
Ecuador 32,720 191.5 507,858
Czech Republic 30,454 285.5 1,689,620
Hungary 30,171 310.8 821,261
Canada 27,695 74.7 1,609,156
Pakistan 27,597 13.0 1,240,425
Bangladesh 27,414 17.0 1,551,351
Belgium 25,554 222.6 1,233,723
Malaysia 25,437 80.7 2,198,235
Tunisia 24,732 213.8 704,914
Iraq 22,110 57.5 1,993,767
Bulgaria 20,489 290.6 492,861
Bolivia 18,700 164.7 498,895
Vietnam 18,584 19.5 756,689
Netherlands 18,169 106.5 1,998,517
Portugal 17,954 175.1 1,066,945
Myanmar 17,527 32.6 458,154
Japan 17,496 13.8 1,695,929
Egypt 17,187 17.5 301,625
Thailand 16,268 23.4 1,561,638
Paraguay 16,188 232.7 459,804
Kazakhstan 15,503 84.6 954,295
Sweden 14,821 148.6 1,149,407
Greece 14,679 139.5 645,969
Morocco 14,167 39.3 929,305
Guatemala 13,375 77.5 549,560
Sri Lanka 12,680 59.7 513,609
Slovakia 12,596 231.0 408,488
Nepal 11,096 39.5 791,392
Switzerland 11,043 129.5 833,385
Austria 10,969 123.4 735,890
Jordan 10,680 107.2 819,783
Bosnia and Herzegovina 10,422 313.5 230,801
Honduras 9,679 101.0 363,017
Georgia 8,817 220.3 606,492
Saudi Arabia 8,699 25.8 546,926
Croatia 8,595 206.8 399,891
Lebanon 8,286 120.8 622,235
Serbia 8,051 115.3 911,066
Israel 7,675 91.6 1,266,206
Cuba 7,227 63.7 854,167
Panama 7,208 172.6 466,178
Afghanistan 7,199 19.4 154,960
Moldova 6,695 165.2 289,025
North Macedonia 6,594 316.6 189,887
Azerbaijan 6,457 64.9 480,843
Costa Rica 6,189 123.8 521,182
Uruguay 6,052 175.5 388,502
Algeria 5,777 13.7 202,722
Ethiopia 5,401 4.9 341,714
Armenia 5,251 177.9 258,545
Ireland 5,209 108.1 384,677
Kenya 5,102 9.9 248,461
Lithuania 4,930 176.0 326,654
China 4,849 0.3 108,309
Libya 4,606 69.0 336,980
Zimbabwe 4,604 31.9 129,625
Slovenia 4,537 218.4 289,670
Venezuela 4,412 15.3 363,300
Oman 4,095 84.8 303,639
Belarus 4,092 43.3 530,203
Dominican Republic 4,039 38.0 357,149
Palestinian Territories 4,025 82.8 396,746
Zambia 3,646 21.0 208,857
Namibia 3,494 142.7 127,261
El Salvador 3,197 49.8 102,024
Uganda 3,145 7.4 123,181
Kosovo 2,936 159.1 159,870
Sudan 2,894 6.9 38,077
Latvia 2,684 139.2 154,786
Nigeria 2,677 1.4 204,456
Denmark 2,642 45.9 357,037
Albania 2,640 91.6 167,893
Kyrgyzstan 2,602 41.3 178,317
South Korea 2,456 4.8 303,553
Kuwait 2,446 59.1 411,484
Botswana 2,360 104.7 176,427
Malawi 2,276 12.5 61,509
Cambodia 2,261 13.9 109,926
Syria 2,207 13.0 32,973
United Arab Emirates 2,090 21.7 734,894
Mozambique 1,909 6.5 150,530
Montenegro 1,895 301.8 129,648
Senegal 1,855 11.7 73,742
Jamaica 1,834 62.5 82,778
Yemen 1,694 5.9 8,934
Angola 1,501 4.9 55,121
Trinidad and Tobago 1,457 104.8 49,949
Bahrain 1,389 88.5 274,814
Cameroon 1,368 5.4 85,414
Estonia 1,344 101.6 153,536
Rwanda 1,252 10.2 96,839
Australia 1,245 5.0 99,032
Mongolia 1,225 38.6 296,766
Uzbekistan 1,225 3.8 172,493
Eswatini 1,212 106.7 45,770
Ghana 1,146 3.8 126,621
Somalia 1,103 7.3 19,723
DR Congo 1,083 1.3 56,617
Finland 1,069 19.4 139,405
Madagascar 958 3.6 42,898
Norway 850 15.9 186,935
Suriname 845 146.7 39,908
Taiwan 841 3.5 16,189
Luxembourg 835 138.2 77,762
Guadeloupe 769 192.3 53,140
Mauritania 768 17.4 35,859
Guyana 762 97.8 31,148
French Polynesia 611 220.0 40,178
Martinique 609 162.1 40,804
Haiti 607 5.5 21,486
Qatar 605 21.7 236,298
Ivory Coast 600 2.4 59,879
Fiji 590 66.8 50,755
Cyprus 553 64.0 118,045
Mali 547 2.9 15,163
Bahamas 522 135.4 20,603
Malta 457 104.0 37,090
Lesotho 403 19.1 14,395
Belize 402 104.9 19,600
Guinea 377 3.0 30,362
Réunion 363 41.1 53,241
Gambia 335 14.7 9,930
Cape Verde 334 61.4 37,448
Liberia 283 5.9 5,792
French Guiana 250 88.4 39,239
Maldives 231 44.8 84,362
Papua New Guinea 227 2.6 19,523
Togo 226 2.9 25,218
Nicaragua 203 3.1 13,730
Niger 201 0.9 5,980
Congo 191 3.6 14,113
Saint Lucia 185 101.7 11,144
Burkina Faso 180 0.9 14,172
Gabon 178 8.4 29,126
Mayotte 177 68.2 20,205
Chad 174 1.1 5,032
Aruba 165 155.9 15,416
Djibouti 162 16.9 12,253
Curaçao 160 98.3 16,373
Benin 154 1.3 22,958
Comoros 147 17.7 4,112
Equatorial Guinea 142 10.8 11,806
Guinea-Bissau 135 7.2 6,099
Andorra 130 168.8 15,167
South Sudan 128 1.2 11,948
Tajikistan 125 1.4 17,484
Sierra Leone 121 1.6 6,393
Grenada 120 107.7 4,922
Timor-Leste 113 8.9 19,382
Seychelles 110 113.3 21,281
Central African Republic 100 2.1 11,371
Channel Islands 97 56.9 11,466
Gibraltar 97 287.7 5,514
San Marino 90 266.4 5,427
New Caledonia 83 29.6 6,185
Singapore 78 1.4 87,892
Mauritius 71 5.6 15,161
Barbados 67 23.4 7,576
Antigua and Barbuda 64 66.5 2,923
Saint Martin 63 169.1 4,213
Liechtenstein 60 158.2 3,439
Bermuda 52 82.9 4,982
Isle of Man 51 60.7 7,427
Tanzania 50 0.1 1,367
Sao Tome and Principe 49 23.2 3,344
Eritrea 42 1.2 6,694
Burundi 38 0.3 16,356
Brunei 37 8.6 6,540
British Virgin Islands 37 124.2 2,642
Iceland 33 9.8 11,632
Monaco 33 85.3 3,303
New Zealand 27 0.6 4,195
Turks and Caicos Islands 23 61.1 2,834
St Vincent and the Grenadines 17 15.4 3,338
Laos 16 0.2 22,441
Dominica 15 20.9 3,293
Diamond Princess cruise ship 13 712
Saint Kitts and Nevis 10 19.1 1,835
Bhutan 3 0.4 2,599
Saint Barthelemy 2 20.4 1,624
Faroe Islands 2 4.1 1,122
Cayman Islands 2 3.1 795
MS Zaandam cruise ship 2 9
Anguilla 1 6.8 364
Montserrat 1 20.0 33
Vanuatu 1 0.3 4
Greenland 0 0.0 565
Falkland Islands 0 0.0 67
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 0 0.0 31
Vatican 0 0.0 27
Solomon Islands 0 0.0 20
Palau 0 0.0 5
Marshall Islands 0 0.0 4
Samoa 0 0.0 3
Kiribati 0 0.0 2
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: 27 September 2021, 09:43 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.

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

The true extent of the first outbreak in 2020 is unclear because testing was not then widely available.

Deaths are rising in some areas, 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?

Of the 196 countries and territories administering vaccines and publishing rollout data, 67 are high-income nations, 103 are middle-income and 26 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
77.9
6,133,443,628
China
152.1
2,209,425,680
India
61.4
855,791,746
US
116.0
390,114,328
Brazil
108.3
231,844,536
Japan
126.5
159,494,782
Indonesia
48.6
134,207,308
Turkey
126.8
107,840,404
Germany
127.4
106,863,393
Mexico
76.1
99,186,517
France
138.9
93,817,818
UK
139.3
93,461,887
Russia
61.2
89,301,130
Italy
139.1
83,986,620
Pakistan
33.8
76,141,484
Spain
149.2
69,740,837
South Korea
116.8
59,902,869
Canada
146.7
55,837,726
Argentina
111.3
50,755,054
Thailand
65.8
46,023,016
Philippines
39.6
43,933,886
Iran
51.0
43,372,270
Malaysia
129.3
42,375,862
Saudi Arabia
117.8
41,641,404
Bangladesh
24.2
40,317,634
Morocco
105.8
39,523,919
Colombia
76.6
39,270,198
Vietnam
39.1
38,367,246
Poland
98.3
37,147,012
Chile
164.2
31,552,753
Australia
103.4
26,660,961
Sri Lanka
120.8
25,961,797
Peru
75.5
25,196,478
Cambodia
140.6
23,830,570
Netherlands
129.7
22,272,373
Ecuador
115.0
20,571,335
Cuba
176.6
19,991,460
United Arab Emirates
198.7
19,856,161
Uzbekistan
54.6
18,526,941
South Africa
28.0
16,827,790
Belgium
142.1
16,530,367
Portugal
156.8
15,944,324
Israel
169.8
14,929,278
Taiwan
60.5
14,430,076
Venezuela
48.9
14,050,000
Kazakhstan
73.2
13,901,899
Egypt
13.2
13,808,798
Sweden
133.9
13,607,052
Nepal
42.6
12,645,634
Ukraine
28.2
12,240,363
Greece
116.1
12,041,797
Dominican Republic
107.7
11,793,493
Czech Republic
109.8
11,776,675
Austria
119.3
10,790,751
Switzerland
117.8
10,266,591
Romania
52.5
10,043,006
Algeria
22.4
9,989,662
Singapore
157.5
9,286,999
Hungary
96.0
9,249,943
Myanmar
16.4
9,001,616
Denmark
150.6
8,754,137
Azerbaijan
81.7
8,349,945
Norway
141.4
7,728,221
Finland
135.5
7,516,670
Iraq
18.1
7,448,300
Tunisia
62.2
7,425,277
El Salvador
112.8
7,349,843
Ireland
144.2
7,186,369
Jordan
67.4
6,920,178
Guatemala
36.5
6,653,056
Bolivia
54.5
6,443,148
Serbia
94.2
6,409,263
Nigeria
3.0
6,255,025
Uruguay
176.8
6,162,074
Costa Rica
102.7
5,278,407
Zimbabwe
34.7
5,234,875
Honduras
51.6
5,196,072
Panama
117.0
5,127,756
New Zealand
103.8
5,045,901
Qatar
160.1
4,692,503
Slovakia
85.6
4,673,547
Oman
88.8
4,636,486
Paraguay
62.2
4,488,153
Laos
59.7
4,402,770
Mongolia
131.5
4,376,793
Tajikistan
39.7
3,872,421
Mozambique
11.3
3,644,423
Kenya
6.6
3,613,357
Ethiopia
3.0
3,535,329
Rwanda
25.7
3,409,470
Croatia
83.5
3,407,385
Belarus
35.9
3,389,520
Lithuania
124.1
3,339,375
Afghanistan
7.9
3,133,227
Angola
8.3
2,820,134
Lebanon
41.5
2,811,676
Bahrain
146.5
2,561,756
Bulgaria
36.4
2,508,560
Kuwait
54.9
2,375,455
Slovenia
101.2
2,104,272
Uganda
4.4
2,058,553
Palestinian Territories
38.3
2,001,407
Ivory Coast
7.3
1,968,171
Senegal
10.4
1,784,832
Georgia
44.0
1,749,457
Guinea
12.6
1,699,898
Albania
58.9
1,693,555
Mauritius
128.3
1,633,952
Ghana
5.1
1,623,582
Latvia
85.5
1,596,437
Libya
21.6
1,501,622
Sudan
3.3
1,499,982
North Macedonia
71.8
1,495,762
Kyrgyzstan
21.2
1,407,167
Moldova
34.4
1,383,749
Estonia
102.5
1,357,907
Kosovo
65.9
1,274,156
Cyprus
129.1
1,146,345
Bhutan
137.0
1,068,414
Bosnia and Herzegovina
32.5
1,060,145
Trinidad and Tobago
74.5
1,045,498
Malawi
5.2
1,030,077
Fiji
108.0
975,268
Togo
9.8
832,822
Malta
158.7
816,727
Nicaragua
11.8
788,502
Luxembourg
122.5
777,789
Maldives
133.9
727,664
Jamaica
24.1
715,860
Zambia
3.7
699,210
Timor-Leste
50.3
675,891
Niger
2.5
621,853
Botswana
25.3
606,699
Iceland
160.5
551,110
Syria
2.9
533,949
Guyana
67.5
533,843
Cameroon
1.7
459,397
Montenegro
71.1
446,806
Brunei
100.5
443,676
Somalia
2.6
430,762
Namibia
15.7
407,502
Cape Verde
71.6
402,075
Mali
1.9
397,853
Suriname
66.2
391,985
Equatorial Guinea
26.3
381,835
Madagascar
1.3
381,633
Armenia
12.4
366,779
Tanzania
0.6
350,000
Comoros
37.9
336,863
Mauritania
7.0
333,089
Lesotho
15.4
332,954
Congo
5.8
329,905
Yemen
1.1
322,934
Belize
75.1
304,218
Burkina Faso
1.2
254,545
Eswatini
20.4
239,551
Barbados
81.4
234,124
Sierra Leone
2.7
221,110
Gambia
8.1
201,835
Bahamas
46.5
184,461
Gabon
7.8
177,392
Benin
1.4
174,104
Papua New Guinea
1.7
154,710
Jersey
149.3
150,891
Central African Republic
3.1
150,393
Samoa
74.7
149,431
Seychelles
150.0
148,402
DR Congo
0.1
134,860
Isle of Man
151.4
129,302
Chad
0.7
123,052
Liberia
2.2
113,680
Cayman Islands
165.1
109,789
Guernsey
151.8
101,759
South Sudan
0.9
100,621
Solomon Islands
13.9
97,744
Guinea-Bissau
4.7
94,715
Andorra
120.8
93,430
Bermuda
139.6
86,676
Antigua and Barbuda
83.0
81,915
Gibraltar
236.0
79,502
Greenland
136.8
77,822
Saint Lucia
41.1
75,827
Faroe Islands
150.6
73,872
Tonga
68.9
73,603
Sao Tome and Principe
32.8
73,223
Djibouti
6.7
67,229
Haiti
0.5
61,545
Vanuatu
18.2
57,184
Turks and Caicos Islands
133.5
52,374
Grenada
45.7
51,610
Monaco
126.5
49,980
Saint Kitts and Nevis
88.0
47,098
San Marino
138.4
47,084
Liechtenstein
121.2
46,380
Dominica
61.8
44,624
Turkmenistan
0.7
41,993
St Vincent and the Grenadines
29.7
33,077
British Virgin Islands
105.9
32,229
Kiribati
25.8
31,332
Cook Islands
127.8
22,456
Anguilla
122.9
18,584
Nauru
136.7
14,863
Tuvalu
91.1
10,861
Saint Helena
129.5
7,892
Falkland Islands
124.9
4,407
Montserrat
57.3
2,856
Niue
145.7
2,352
Tokelau
70.8
968
Pitcairn
200.0
94
British Indian Ocean Territory
0
0
Burundi
0
0
Eritrea
0
0
North Korea
0
0
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
0
0
Vatican
0
0

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Overall, China and India have administered the highest number of doses, with about 2.2 billion and 855 million respectively. The US ranks third, with more than 390 million.

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, Uruguay and Cuba 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.

Where are cases still high?

The number of daily cases is stable or falling in every region.

Asia

Asia, which was the centre of the initial outbreak that spread from Wuhan in China in early 2020, has seen cases falling in recent weeks.

The Philippines, South Korea and Singapore have seen recent spikes in daily cases.

In India, where the number of new daily cases has fallen recently, the official death toll is more than 447,000 and it has recorded more than 33 million cases - second only to the US.

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Latin America

In Latin America, Brazil has recorded more than 21 million cases and more than 594,000 deaths - the world's second highest official death toll.

Mexico has seen the fourth highest number of deaths in the world, with more than 275,000, and after another surge in cases, numbers are starting to fall again.

There have been nearly 200,000 deaths in Peru, which has seen the highest number of deaths by population size - about 600 deaths for every 100,000 people

Europe

Several European countries have seen a rise in cases recently, driven by the Delta variant of the virus, including the UK, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine and Romania.

In the UK the high level of vaccination has greatly reduced the number of hospitalisations and deaths.

North America

The US has recorded more than 42 million cases and almost 690,000 deaths - the highest figures in the world.

The death rate in Canada is far lower than its neighbour's but it is currently seeing a rise in the number of daily cases.

Middle East

Several countries in the Middle East have seen severe outbreaks of the virus.

The official death toll in Iran - the Middle East's worst-hit country - has passed 119,000, but confirmed case numbers now appear to be falling once again.

Israel has rolled out a highly successful vaccination programme. Cases are now falling after a recent spike in numbers.

Africa

Africa has seen more than eight million cases and more than 200,000 deaths - but the true extent of the pandemic in many African countries is not known as testing rates are low.

South Africa, with almost 2.9 million cases and more than 87,000 deaths, is the worst affected country on the continent, according to official figures.

Morocco has recorded around 930,000 cases and Tunisia is not far behind with more than 700,000.

Oceania

Australia and New Zealand have been praised for their response to the pandemic, with both countries having seen comparatively few deaths - but they have seen recent spikes in the number of daily infections.

Australia has recorded more than a thousand deaths. Lockdown rules imposed in Sydney to slow the spread of the virus are expected to be eased in October.

New Zealand has also been in lockdown since mid-August, though it is recording around 20 cases per day.

Elsewhere, Papua New Guinea has seen a rise in daily cases.

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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