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Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

Here are the countries that have so far confirmed coronavirus cases:

Afghanistan – 40 cases, 1 death

Albania – 89 cases, 2 deaths

Algeria – 201 cases, 17 deaths

Andorra – 113 cases, 1 death  

Angola – 2 cases 

Antigua and Barbuda – 1 case

Argentina – 166 cases, 4 deaths 

Armenia – 194 cases

Australia – 1,562 cases, 7 deaths 

Austria – 3,582 cases, 16 deaths

Azerbaijan – 65 cases, 1 death

Bahamas – 4 cases

Bahrain – 334 cases, 2 deaths 

Bangladesh – 27 cases, 2 deaths

Barbados – 14 cases

Belarus – 76 cases

Belgium – 3,401 cases, 75 deaths

Benin – 2 cases

Bhutan – 2 cases

Bolivia – 24 cases

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 126 cases, 1 death

Brazil – 1,546 cases, 25 deaths

Brunei – 88 cases 

Bulgaria – 187 cases, 3 deaths

Burkina Faso – 75 cases, 4 deaths

Cambodia – 86 cases 

Cameroon – 40 cases 

Canada – 1,469 cases, 21 deaths

Cape Verde – 3 cases

Central African Republic – 3 cases 

Chad – 1 case

Chile – 632 cases, 1 death

China – 81,454 cases, 3,274 deaths 

The region of Macau had confirmed 19 cases, while Hong Kong reported 273 confirmed cases, including four deaths, according to China’s National Health Commission. 

Colombia – 231 cases, 1 death

Congo Republic – 3 cases 

Costa Rica – 134 cases, 2 deaths

Croatia – 254 cases, 1 death

Cuba – 35 cases, 1 death 

Cyprus – 95 cases, 1 death 

Czech Republic – 1,120 cases, 1 death

Democratic Republic of Congo – 30 cases, 1 death 

Denmark – 1,514 cases, 13 deaths

The count includes 92 cases in Faroe Islands and 2 cases in Greenland.

Djibouti – 1 case

Dominican Republic – 202 cases, 3 deaths  

East Timor – 1 case

Ecuador – 789 cases, 14 deaths

Egypt – 327 cases, 14 deaths

El Salvador – 3 cases

Equatorial Guinea – 6 cases

Eritrea – 1 case

Estonia – 326 cases

Eswatini – 4 cases

Ethiopia – 11 cases

Fiji – 3 cases

Finland – 626 cases, 1 death

France – 16,243 cases, 676 deaths 

Additionally, the French territory of Martinique recorded 37 cases and a death from the coronavirus. Reunion has 45 confirmed cases, French Polynesia – 15, New Caledonia – 4, Saint Barthelemy – 3 and Mayotte – 11. The French part of the island of Saint Martin confirmed 4 cases while Guadalupe has 56 cases.

French Guiana – 18 cases 

Gabon – 5 cases, 1 death

Gambia – 1 case

Georgia – 54 cases 

Germany – 24,873 cases, 94 deaths

Ghana – 23 cases, 1 death

Greece – 624 cases, 15 deaths

Guatemala – 19 cases, 1 death  

Guinea – 2 cases, 1 death 

Guyana- 19 cases, 1 death   

Haiti – 2 cases

Honduras – 26 cases

Hungary – 167 cases, 7 deaths

Iceland – 568 cases, 1 death

India – 425 cases, 8 deaths

Indonesia – 514 cases, 48 deaths

Iran – 21,638 cases, 1,685 deaths

Iraq – 233 cases, 20 deaths

Ireland – 906 cases, 4 deaths

Israel – 1,238 cases, 1 death 

Italy – 59,138 cases, 5,476 deaths

Ivory Coast – 14 cases  

Jamaica – 19 cases, 1 death

Japan – 1,101 cases, 41 deaths 

A total of 712 people on the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship docked at Yokohama had tested positive for the virus. Seven people who were on the ship have died. 

Japan does not include the people on board as part of its national tally, in accordance with the WHO guidance. The national tally is 1,055 as of March 22, including 35 deaths.

Jordan – 112 cases 

Kazakhstan – 60 cases

Kenya – 15 cases

Kosovo – 31 cases, 1 death

Kuwait – 188 cases

Kyrgyzstan – 14 cases

Latvia – 139 cases 

Lebanon – 248 cases, 4 deaths

Liberia – 3 cases 

Liechtenstein – 37 cases 

Lithuania – 143 cases, 1 death

Luxembourg – 798 cases, 8 deaths 

Madagascar – 3 cases

Malaysia – 1,306 cases, 10 deaths 

Maldives – 13 cases 

Malta – 90 cases

Mauritania – 2 cases

Mauritius – 14 cases, 1 death 

Mexico – 316 cases, 2 deaths 

Moldova – 94 cases, 1 death 

Monaco – 23 cases

Mongolia – 10 cases

Montenegro – 22 cases, 1 death 

Morocco – 115 cases, 4 deaths

Namibia – 3 cases 

Nepal – 1 case

Netherlands – 4,217 cases, 180 deaths

Additionally, 5 coronavirus cases were registered in the Dutch overseas territory of Aruba, 1 more in Sint Maarten, while Curacao has 3 cases and one death.

New Zealand – 102 cases

Nicaragua – 2 cases

Niger – 2 cases

Nigeria – 30 cases 

North Macedonia – 115 cases, 1 death  

Norway – 2,385 cases, 7 deaths

Oman – 55 cases 

Pakistan – 799 cases, 6 deaths

Palestine – 59 cases, including 2 in Gaza

Panama – 313 cases, 3 deaths

Papua New Guinea – 1 case

Paraguay – 22 cases, 1 death 

Peru – 363 cases, 5 deaths

Philippines – 396 cases, 33 deaths 

Poland – 634 cases, 7 deaths

Portugal – 1,600 cases, 14 deaths 

Qatar – 494 cases

Romania – 433 cases, 3 deaths

Russia – 438 cases, 1 death

Rwanda – 19 cases 

Saint Lucia – 2 cases 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 1 case

San Marino – 175 cases, 20 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 511 cases 

Senegal – 67 cases 

Serbia – 222 cases, 2 death 

Seychelles – 7 cases

Singapore – 455 cases, 2 deaths 

Slovakia – 185 cases 

Slovenia – 414 cases, 2 deaths

Somalia – 1 case

South Africa – 274 cases 

South Korea – 8,961 cases, 111 deaths 

Spain – 29,909 cases, 1,772 deaths

Sri Lanka – 86 cases

Sudan – 2 cases, 1 death

Suriname – 5 cases

Sweden – 1,934 cases, 21 deaths

Switzerland – 7,474 cases, 98 deaths

Syria – 1 case 

Taiwan – 195 cases, 2 deaths

Tanzania – 12 cases

Thailand – 721 cases, 1 death

 

Togo – 16 cases

Trinidad and Tobago – 50 cases 

Tunisia – 75 cases, 3 deaths

Turkey – 1,256 cases, 30 deaths  

Uganda – 1 case

Ukraine – 73 cases, 3 deaths  

United Arab Emirates – 153 cases, 2 deaths 

United Kingdom – 5,745 cases, 282 deaths

Additionally, the British overseas territory of Gibraltar has registered 10 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, Bermuda – 2, Montserrat – 1, Isle of Man – 1, Channel Islands – 32. Guernsey confirmed a single case while Jersey has 12. The Cayman Islands recorded 3 infections and 1 death. 

United States – 35,224 cases, 471 deaths

The count includes 21 cases in the US territory of Puerto Rico, 6 in Virgin Islands and 15 in Guam.

Uruguay – 158 cases 

Uzbekistan – 46 cases

 

Vatican City – 1 case 

Venezuela – 77 cases 

Vietnam – 118 cases 

Zambia – 3 cases 

Zimbabwe – 3 cases

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