Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country

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Covid-19 is continuing to spread around the world, with 260 million confirmed cases and more than five 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 29 November 2021, 10:33 GMT

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 773,022 235.5 48,014,234
Brazil 614,278 291.1 22,080,906
India 468,790 34.3 34,580,832
Mexico 293,897 230.4 3,883,842
Russia 267,527 185.3 9,403,480
Peru 201,108 618.6 2,234,075
UK 144,775 216.6 10,146,915
Indonesia 143,808 53.1 4,255,936
Italy 133,674 221.7 5,007,818
Iran 129,629 156.3 6,108,882
Colombia 128,437 255.1 5,065,373
France 118,894 177.3 7,620,048
Argentina 116,529 259.3 5,326,448
Germany 100,960 121.4 5,804,140
Ukraine 90,642 204.2 3,594,720
South Africa 89,797 153.3 2,961,406
Spain 87,955 186.8 5,131,012
Poland 83,037 218.7 3,507,828
Turkey 76,446 91.6 8,748,025
Romania 56,275 290.7 1,776,949
Philippines 48,361 44.7 2,831,807
Chile 38,313 202.2 1,759,405
Hungary 33,866 346.6 1,068,888
Ecuador 33,128 190.7 524,432
Czech Republic 32,929 308.6 2,132,380
Malaysia 30,309 94.9 2,623,816
Canada 29,686 79.0 1,794,286
Pakistan 28,718 13.3 1,284,365
Bulgaria 28,101 402.8 689,356
Bangladesh 27,978 17.2 1,575,784
Belgium 26,840 233.7 1,701,633
Tunisia 25,363 216.9 717,258
Vietnam 24,882 25.8 1,210,340
Iraq 23,793 60.5 2,079,622
Thailand 20,734 29.8 2,111,566
Egypt 20,347 20.3 356,718
Netherlands 19,317 111.4 2,599,579
Bolivia 19,161 166.4 536,472
Myanmar 19,088 35.3 521,561
Portugal 18,417 179.3 1,142,707
Japan 18,354 14.5 1,726,479
Greece 17,959 167.6 924,506
Kazakhstan 17,765 96.0 1,053,427
Paraguay 16,367 232.3 462,605
Guatemala 15,928 95.9 617,610
Sweden 15,145 147.2 1,198,848
Morocco 14,774 40.5 949,732
Sri Lanka 14,305 65.6 562,520
Slovakia 14,274 261.7 1,152,125
Bosnia and Herzegovina 12,456 377.3 272,798
Austria 12,388 139.6 1,143,283
Georgia 11,974 321.8 840,593
Serbia 11,588 166.9 1,250,393
Jordan 11,551 114.3 943,305
Nepal 11,523 40.3 820,878
Switzerland 11,471 133.8 986,834
Croatia 10,759 264.5 603,316
Honduras 10,402 106.7 377,859
Moldova 9,069 341.2 362,433
Saudi Arabia 8,833 25.8 549,695
Lebanon 8,709 127.0 668,087
Cuba 8,300 73.2 962,220
Israel 8,189 90.5 1,342,498
Azerbaijan 7,807 77.9 585,783
North Macedonia 7,547 362.2 215,009
Armenia 7,514 254.0 337,931
Panama 7,362 173.4 477,514
Afghanistan 7,308 19.2 157,218
Costa Rica 7,287 144.4 566,560
Ethiopia 6,740 6.0 371,262
Lithuania 6,719 241.1 468,494
Uruguay 6,129 177.0 399,348
Algeria 6,058 14.1 210,152
Ireland 5,652 114.4 560,054
Libya 5,438 80.2 371,571
Kenya 5,333 10.1 254,951
Slovenia 5,188 248.5 417,376
Venezuela 5,138 18.0 430,696
Belarus 5,054 53.4 651,839
China 4,849 0.3 111,176
Palestinian Territories 4,789 102.2 459,479
Zimbabwe 4,705 32.1 133,991
Dominican Republic 4,204 39.1 406,803
Latvia 4,146 216.8 252,413
Oman 4,113 82.7 304,519
El Salvador 3,771 58.4 119,803
Zambia 3,667 20.5 210,143
South Korea 3,580 6.9 444,200
Namibia 3,573 143.2 129,180
Uganda 3,252 7.3 127,451
Sudan 3,114 7.3 42,056
Albania 3,089 108.2 199,555
Kosovo 2,983 166.3 161,081
Nigeria 2,975 1.5 213,982
Cambodia 2,935 17.8 120,112
Denmark 2,872 49.4 478,927
Kyrgyzstan 2,743 42.5 183,285
Syria 2,739 16.0 47,965
Kuwait 2,465 58.6 413,266
Botswana 2,416 104.9 194,909
Jamaica 2,388 81.0 91,169
Malawi 2,305 12.4 61,897
Montenegro 2,285 367.3 156,873
United Arab Emirates 2,146 22.0 741,918
Trinidad and Tobago 2,115 151.6 70,136
Australia 1,997 7.9 209,143
Mongolia 1,995 61.9 381,135
Yemen 1,946 6.7 9,987
Mozambique 1,940 6.4 151,524
Senegal 1,885 11.6 73,985
Estonia 1,791 135.0 221,549
Cameroon 1,791 6.9 106,794
Angola 1,733 5.4 65,144
Uzbekistan 1,399 4.2 193,065
Bahrain 1,394 84.9 277,585
Rwanda 1,342 10.6 100,330
Somalia 1,327 8.6 23,016
Finland 1,309 23.7 182,284
Eswatini 1,248 108.7 46,538
Ghana 1,209 4.0 130,920
Suriname 1,166 200.6 50,760
DR Congo 1,104 1.3 58,115
Norway 1,050 19.6 260,921
Guyana 987 126.1 37,773
Madagascar 967 3.6 44,072
Luxembourg 866 139.7 88,108
Taiwan 848 3.6 16,588
Mauritania 831 18.4 39,178
Guadeloupe 823 205.7 55,080
Tanzania 730 1.3 26,261
Haiti 723 6.4 25,027
Martinique 707 188.3 45,010
Ivory Coast 704 2.7 61,708
Singapore 701 12.3 262,383
Fiji 696 78.2 52,494
Bahamas 671 172.3 22,734
Lesotho 662 31.1 21,755
French Polynesia 636 227.7 45,609
Qatar 611 21.6 243,132
Mali 605 3.1 17,339
Cyprus 591 49.3 131,951
Belize 570 146.0 30,165
Papua New Guinea 545 6.2 35,029
Malta 468 93.1 39,234
Guinea 387 3.0 30,763
Réunion 381 42.9 59,048
Cape Verde 349 63.5 38,362
Congo 349 6.5 18,837
Gambia 342 14.6 9,989
French Guiana 325 111.8 45,802
Liberia 287 5.8 5,821
Burkina Faso 281 1.4 15,711
Saint Lucia 280 153.2 12,977
Gabon 279 12.8 37,298
New Caledonia 276 95.9 12,105
Niger 254 1.1 6,958
Maldives 248 46.7 91,464
Togo 243 3.0 26,241
Mauritius 240 19.0 21,040
Barbados 223 77.7 24,923
Nicaragua 212 3.2 17,152
Grenada 200 178.6 5,888
Djibouti 186 19.1 13,504
Mayotte 185 69.5 20,938
Curaçao 178 113.0 17,397
Chad 175 1.1 5,107
Aruba 174 163.7 16,324
Equatorial Guinea 173 12.8 13,579
Benin 161 1.4 24,850
Laos 159 2.2 71,518
Comoros 150 17.6 4,498
Guinea-Bissau 148 7.7 6,440
South Sudan 133 1.2 12,717
Andorra 131 169.8 16,712
Seychelles 125 128.0 23,197
Tajikistan 125 1.3 17,493
Timor-Leste 122 9.4 19,822
Sierra Leone 121 1.5 6,401
Antigua and Barbuda 117 120.5 4,141
Bermuda 106 165.8 5,730
Channel Islands 103 59.8 17,326
Central African Republic 101 2.1 11,708
Gibraltar 98 290.8 7,179
Brunei 97 22.4 14,992
San Marino 93 274.7 5,930
Sint Maarten 75 184.1 4,575
St Vincent and the Grenadines 74 66.9 5,500
Isle of Man 66 78.0 11,152
Liechtenstein 61 160.4 4,507
Eritrea 60 1.7 7,318
Saint Martin 56 147.4 4,013
Sao Tome and Principe 56 26.0 3,731
New Zealand 43 0.9 11,444
Burundi 38 0.3 20,386
Dominica 38 52.9 5,955
British Virgin Islands 38 126.5 2,773
Monaco 36 92.4 3,705
Iceland 35 9.7 17,446
Saint Kitts and Nevis 28 53.0 2,782
Turks and Caicos Islands 24 62.8 3,096
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba 22 84.7 2,889
Faroe Islands 13 26.7 3,505
Diamond Princess cruise ship 13 712
Wallis and Futuna Islands 7 61.2 454
Saint Barthelemy 6 60.9 1,666
Cayman Islands 4 6.2 6,738
Bhutan 3 0.4 2,640
Anguilla 3 20.2 1,334
MS Zaandam cruise ship 2 9
Montserrat 1 20.0 44
Vanuatu 1 0.3 6
Greenland 0 0.0 1,332
Falkland Islands 0 0.0 79
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 0 0.0 61
Vatican 0 0.0 27
Solomon Islands 0 0.0 20
Palau 0 0.0 8
Saint Helena 0 0.0 4
Marshall Islands 0 0.0 4
Samoa 0 0.0 3
Kiribati 0 0.0 2
Cook Islands 0 0.0 1
Tonga 0 0.0 1
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 and national public health agencies

Figures last updated: 29 November 2021, 10:33 GMT

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 197 countries and territories administering vaccines and publishing rollout data, 67 are high-income nations, 103 are middle-income and 27 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
100.9
7,943,396,224
China
172.3
2,502,367,788
India
87.8
1,223,194,701
US
135.1
454,447,737
Brazil
143.2
306,519,588
Indonesia
84.3
232,869,968
Japan
156.2
196,915,615
Mexico
101.6
132,308,788
Russia
86.1
125,594,890
Pakistan
54.4
122,561,478
Germany
145.2
121,857,098
Turkey
141.2
120,114,498
Vietnam
121.0
118,768,386
UK
168.3
114,809,189
Iran
123.0
104,609,358
France
153.9
103,983,223
Italy
158.3
95,571,957
Bangladesh
56.4
93,786,813
Thailand
131.7
92,125,296
South Korea
165.2
84,760,570
Philippines
70.7
78,528,357
Spain
162.6
76,026,523
Argentina
148.6
67,781,433
Canada
158.8
60,438,189
Colombia
109.6
56,199,245
Malaysia
162.0
53,108,874
Morocco
130.5
48,719,196
Saudi Arabia
133.9
47,309,172
Poland
110.0
41,568,021
Peru
122.7
40,928,723
Chile
212.1
40,741,174
Australia
151.6
39,095,588
Egypt
35.4
36,906,765
Uzbekistan
98.4
33,407,074
Taiwan
128.5
30,648,405
Sri Lanka
138.0
29,664,809
Cambodia
168.7
28,581,422
Cuba
250.7
28,373,238
Myanmar
47.2
25,869,175
South Africa
42.1
25,274,889
Netherlands
142.6
24,487,879
Ukraine
55.9
24,288,230
Ecuador
134.7
24,088,225
Venezuela
80.7
23,156,914
United Arab Emirates
215.7
21,548,528
Nepal
57.9
17,196,377
Belgium
147.0
17,098,813
Kazakhstan
88.3
16,766,179
Portugal
160.4
16,308,391
Israel
174.0
16,165,200
Sweden
154.0
15,644,748
Romania
77.3
14,783,340
Greece
136.4
14,144,357
Dominican Republic
125.8
13,778,350
Austria
151.9
13,734,781
Hungary
141.1
13,598,032
Czech Republic
124.7
13,372,609
Algeria
27.0
12,032,500
Iraq
28.4
11,715,365
Switzerland
133.9
11,667,889
Azerbaijan
102.6
10,486,650
Tunisia
87.3
10,416,390
Singapore
184.9
10,083,329
Guatemala
54.3
9,909,441
Mozambique
30.2
9,706,476
Denmark
166.5
9,681,985
Nigeria
4.6
9,640,048
El Salvador
140.3
9,143,938
Angola
26.6
9,026,310
Rwanda
65.9
8,748,557
Norway
156.7
8,563,552
Ethiopia
7.2
8,478,852
Finland
149.8
8,313,949
Ireland
161.9
8,067,138
Bolivia
68.0
8,041,447
Honduras
78.7
7,916,340
Jordan
76.5
7,853,665
Serbia
114.2
7,844,822
Turkmenistan
123.9
7,580,976
New Zealand
145.7
7,462,890
Costa Rica
136.9
7,034,279
Kenya
12.7
6,959,988
Uruguay
194.6
6,781,687
Zimbabwe
43.5
6,568,694
Nicaragua
90.0
6,033,123
Belarus
63.3
5,975,709
Oman
113.6
5,934,585
Paraguay
82.0
5,921,882
Laos
79.0
5,830,021
Panama
128.1
5,613,973
Tajikistan
54.3
5,291,837
Afghanistan
12.8
5,116,767
Qatar
169.3
4,961,912
Slovakia
90.8
4,959,747
Uganda
10.1
4,751,422
Mongolia
132.5
4,409,756
Croatia
100.7
4,111,402
Ivory Coast
14.2
3,845,788
Lithuania
136.4
3,670,082
Lebanon
52.7
3,570,392
Ghana
11.0
3,493,688
Bulgaria
47.8
3,295,198
Palestinian Territories
57.9
3,024,477
Bahrain
166.4
2,908,925
Kuwait
61.6
2,668,082
Slovenia
128.0
2,660,915
Guinea
18.2
2,457,214
Libya
32.9
2,291,638
Latvia
117.0
2,183,900
Georgia
54.2
2,155,561
Albania
72.5
2,081,782
Kyrgyzstan
30.0
1,991,733
Senegal
11.1
1,908,088
Mauritius
147.3
1,875,132
Mauritania
36.3
1,734,046
North Macedonia
80.5
1,675,793
Sudan
3.7
1,659,666
Moldova
40.1
1,614,235
Kosovo
90.6
1,614,212
Bosnia and Herzegovina
47.6
1,553,874
Togo
17.8
1,507,722
Estonia
111.5
1,478,044
Syria
7.7
1,414,665
Malawi
7.1
1,399,007
Botswana
56.4
1,352,557
Cyprus
144.9
1,298,388
Trinidad and Tobago
91.6
1,285,160
Fiji
134.4
1,213,236
Bhutan
147.9
1,153,283
Armenia
37.4
1,110,891
Jamaica
37.0
1,100,168
Timor-Leste
79.5
1,068,010
Zambia
5.6
1,062,540
Tanzania
1.6
1,001,610
Somalia
5.9
964,433
Niger
3.8
963,041
Malta
183.9
949,337
Cameroon
3.4
923,643
Luxembourg
138.3
877,632
Maldives
141.2
767,794
Yemen
2.5
759,220
Sierra Leone
9.1
744,826
Brunei
168.7
744,790
Mali
3.5
734,759
Guyana
85.3
674,075
Burkina Faso
3.1
661,796
Namibia
25.1
649,840
Iceland
185.6
637,380
Madagascar
2.2
625,884
Congo
11.1
625,579
Lesotho
28.6
617,671
Liberia
11.4
589,628
Cape Verde
96.1
539,908
Montenegro
84.1
528,111
Comoros
53.6
476,350
Suriname
80.3
475,442
Equatorial Guinea
30.7
444,989
Papua New Guinea
4.8
435,991
Central African Republic
8.6
422,496
Belize
99.7
403,528
Benin
3.1
383,501
Guinea-Bissau
18.1
365,089
Eswatini
25.0
293,353
Barbados
100.8
289,933
Gabon
12.2
277,979
Bahamas
69.2
274,502
Gambia
10.8
268,008
Chad
1.5
249,651
Samoa
111.7
223,504
South Sudan
1.9
218,154
Solomon Islands
27.5
193,817
DR Congo
0.2
186,749
Haiti
1.6
184,769
Jersey
181.1
183,066
Seychelles
180.1
178,093
Isle of Man
155.8
133,094
Vanuatu
41.2
129,582
Cayman Islands
182.1
121,080
Antigua and Barbuda
118.6
117,072
Tonga
109.4
116,753
Sao Tome and Principe
51.2
114,251
Andorra
135.1
104,534
Guernsey
164.3
104,131
Bermuda
163.2
101,341
Saint Lucia
54.6
100,621
Djibouti
9.9
99,679
Gibraltar
289.7
97,601
Faroe Islands
159.7
78,347
Greenland
136.6
77,655
Grenada
64.9
73,320
Kiribati
60.1
72,912
Turks and Caicos Islands
143.6
56,343
Dominica
76.4
55,134
St Vincent and the Grenadines
48.4
53,805
Saint Kitts and Nevis
96.0
51,414
Liechtenstein
131.9
50,469
Monaco
126.5
49,980
San Marino
140.6
47,811
British Virgin Islands
113.8
34,608
Cook Islands
138.4
24,326
Anguilla
126.1
19,066
Nauru
136.7
14,863
Tuvalu
101.6
12,114
Saint Helena
129.5
7,892
Falkland Islands
124.9
4,407
Montserrat
59.2
2,949
Niue
145.7
2,352
Tokelau
141.5
1,936
Burundi
0.012
1,438
Pitcairn
200.0
94
British Indian Ocean Territory
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 around 2.5 billion and 1.2 billion respectively. The US ranks third, with more than 450 million.

But when breaking the figures down by doses per 100 people in countries with a population of at least one million, Cuba, the United Arab Emirates and Chile 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 most regions, except Europe which is reporting its highest-ever number of daily cases.

There is concern over a newly-identified version of the virus which has been named Omicron and categorised as a "variant of concern" by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Early reports from South Africa, where the variant was first identified, suggest it may spread more quickly and have a higher re-infection risk. However, more evidence is needed to confirm that this the case.

Soon after the announcement by the WHO many countries around the world restricted travel from southern African countries, though the variant may not have originated in South Africa and cases have already been identified in Europe and North America.

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.

In India, where the number of new daily cases has fallen dramatically since May, the official death toll is more than 465,000 and it has recorded more than 34.5 million cases - second only to the US.

Latin America

In Latin America, Brazil has recorded more than 22 million cases and 610,000 deaths - the world's second highest official death toll.

Mexico has seen the fourth highest number of deaths in the world, with more than 290,000.

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

Europe

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that Europe is once again "at the epicentre" of the Covid pandemic and could see half a million more deaths by February.

WHO Europe head Hans Kluge blamed insufficient vaccine take-up for the rise.

Many European countries, including Russia, Ukraine, Germany, and Poland, have seen an increase in cases recently, driven by the Delta variant of the virus.

The Netherlands has imposed a three-week nationwide partial lockdown, forcing restaurants to shut earlier and banning fans at sports events and Austria has returned to full lockdown for anyone not fully vaccinated in attempt to reduce cases and increase vaccinations.

The UK has one of the highest rates of covid infection in Europe but its relatively high level of vaccination has greatly reduced the number of hospitalisations and deaths.

Following the identification of the new Omicron variant, the UK and the EU have re-instated travel restrictions for flights from southern Africa.

North America

The US has recorded about 48 million cases and more than 770,000 deaths - the highest figures in the world.

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

After closing its borders to foreign travellers in March 2020, the US has lifted restrictions for vaccinated travellers from the UK, Brazil, China, India, Ireland, Iran and the Schengen countries - a group of 26 European nations. However, it has reinstated flight restrictions on South Africa, in an attempt to delay the arrival of the Omicron variant.

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 - is approaching 130,000, but confirmed case numbers are now falling.

Israel has rolled out a highly successful vaccination programme but has seen fluctuations in case numbers. Following the identification of the Omicron variant it has now closed its borders to all foreign nationals.

Daily cases in the West Bank and Gaza have also dropped after a sharp increase.

Africa

Africa has seen around 8.6 million cases and more than 220,000 deaths - but the true extent of the pandemic in many African countries is not known as testing rates are low.

South Africa, with 2.9 million cases and about 90,000 deaths, is the worst affected country on the continent, according to official figures.

Morocco has recorded more than 948,000 cases and almost 15,000 deaths. While the case numbers in Tunisia and Egypt are lower, they have seen more deaths - about 25,000 and 20,000 respectively.

Travellers from countries in southern Africa have suddenly been hit by a series of travel restrictions to other parts of the world, following the identification of the Omicron variant in South Africa in the last week.

Oceania

Australia has reopened its border, restoring the freedom to travel to vaccinated citizens and relatives. But the easing of further travel restrictions has been delayed for at least two weeks following the identification of the Omicron variant.

New Zealand has been widely praised for its response to the pandemic and, alongside Australia, has seen comparatively few deaths as a result of the virus. The country's borders remain closed to most travellers, including New Zealand citizens, but plans have been announced to begin opening them early next year.

New Zealand's biggest city, Auckland, is expected to end a three-month lockdown in early December, with some restrictions already being lifted.

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 as well as national governments and health agencies.

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.

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.

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