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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 300 million confirmed cases and more than five million deaths reported across almost 200 countries.

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

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 17 January 2022, 15:51 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 846,729 258.0 65,249,859
Brazil 621,327 294.4 23,015,128
India 486,451 35.6 37,380,253
Russia 315,495 218.5 10,651,867
Mexico 301,410 236.3 4,368,314
Peru 203,464 625.8 2,606,126
UK 151,987 227.4 15,217,280
Indonesia 144,174 53.3 4,272,421
Italy 141,104 234.0 8,706,915
Iran 132,095 159.3 6,224,196
Colombia 130,996 260.2 5,543,796
France 126,967 189.3 14,172,384
Argentina 118,040 262.7 7,094,865
Germany 115,653 139.1 8,004,519
Ukraine 104,856 236.2 3,941,923
Poland 102,309 269.4 4,323,482
South Africa 93,364 159.4 3,559,292
Spain 90,759 192.8 8,093,036
Turkey 84,758 101.6 10,459,094
Romania 59,257 306.1 1,911,546
Philippines 52,929 49.0 3,242,374
Hungary 40,507 414.6 1,348,233
Chile 39,394 207.9 1,876,610
Czech Republic 36,874 345.6 2,603,766
Vietnam 35,609 36.9 2,023,546
Ecuador 34,206 196.9 602,942
Bulgaria 32,086 460.0 820,608
Malaysia 31,793 99.5 2,808,347
Canada 31,584 84.0 2,773,158
Pakistan 29,019 13.4 1,328,487
Belgium 28,612 249.1 2,410,731
Bangladesh 28,154 17.3 1,624,387
Tunisia 25,803 220.6 788,012
Iraq 24,252 61.7 2,118,779
Egypt 22,148 22.1 400,076
Greece 21,984 205.1 1,660,871
Thailand 21,898 31.5 2,308,615
Netherlands 21,155 122.1 3,568,999
Bolivia 20,238 175.8 749,070
Portugal 19,303 188.0 1,884,974
Myanmar 19,302 35.7 533,144
Japan 18,429 14.6 1,881,469
Kazakhstan 18,293 98.8 1,146,165
Slovakia 17,352 318.1 1,419,379
Paraguay 16,689 236.9 482,506
Guatemala 16,176 97.4 653,171
Sweden 15,513 150.8 1,560,363
Sri Lanka 15,211 69.8 596,347
Morocco 14,976 41.1 1,048,653
Georgia 14,481 389.2 999,343
Austria 13,922 156.8 1,459,306
Bosnia and Herzegovina 13,841 419.3 317,692
Croatia 13,157 323.5 818,832
Serbia 13,071 188.2 1,436,395
Jordan 12,986 128.6 1,100,967
Switzerland 12,499 145.8 1,734,346
Nepal 11,623 40.6 859,485
Honduras 10,449 107.2 382,440
Moldova 10,444 393.0 388,959
Lebanon 9,383 136.9 820,170
Saudi Arabia 8,908 26.0 620,935
Azerbaijan 8,521 85.0 625,726
Cuba 8,340 73.6 999,193
Israel 8,318 91.9 1,792,130
North Macedonia 8,100 388.8 244,632
Armenia 8,020 271.2 347,785
Lithuania 7,660 274.9 570,602
Panama 7,520 177.1 574,856
Costa Rica 7,406 146.7 609,882
Afghanistan 7,381 19.4 158,826
Ethiopia 7,147 6.4 457,322
Algeria 6,412 14.9 226,057
South Korea 6,333 12.2 696,032
Uruguay 6,243 180.3 512,841
Ireland 6,035 122.1 1,103,489
Libya 5,853 86.4 398,055
Belarus 5,836 61.6 717,034
Slovenia 5,705 273.2 538,325
Kenya 5,499 10.5 317,857
Venezuela 5,380 18.9 455,023
Zimbabwe 5,247 35.8 226,078
Palestinian Territories 5,005 106.8 474,234
China 4,849 0.3 118,030
Latvia 4,734 247.5 305,354
Dominican Republic 4,268 39.7 498,583
Oman 4,122 82.9 313,538
Zambia 3,866 21.6 296,817
El Salvador 3,834 59.4 123,577
Namibia 3,821 153.2 154,378
Denmark 3,505 60.2 1,159,986
Uganda 3,424 7.7 158,676
Sudan 3,358 7.8 50,984
Albania 3,269 114.5 232,637
Trinidad and Tobago 3,197 229.2 100,994
Nigeria 3,103 1.5 250,929
Cambodia 3,015 18.3 120,825
Kosovo 2,994 166.9 166,134
Syria 2,947 17.3 50,710
Kyrgyzstan 2,833 43.9 190,468
Australia 2,692 10.6 1,787,361
Jamaica 2,530 85.8 112,218
Botswana 2,514 109.1 237,678
Kuwait 2,476 58.9 465,331
Montenegro 2,474 397.7 203,746
Malawi 2,466 13.2 82,719
United Arab Emirates 2,195 22.5 808,237
Mozambique 2,127 7.0 219,081
Mongolia 2,086 64.7 409,215
Yemen 1,991 6.8 10,308
Estonia 1,984 149.6 269,199
Senegal 1,909 11.7 82,986
Angola 1,863 5.9 93,694
Cameroon 1,853 7.2 109,666
Finland 1,724 31.2 371,135
Uzbekistan 1,518 4.5 206,122
Rwanda 1,408 11.2 125,166
Bahrain 1,398 85.2 308,008
Norway 1,381 25.8 512,393
Eswatini 1,363 118.7 67,849
Ghana 1,343 4.4 153,514
Somalia 1,335 8.6 24,261
DR Congo 1,225 1.4 82,306
Suriname 1,213 208.6 63,878
Madagascar 1,169 4.3 55,138
Guyana 1,095 139.9 51,203
Luxembourg 934 150.7 123,340
Mauritania 908 20.1 54,991
Taiwan 851 3.6 17,885
Singapore 843 14.8 291,849
Guadeloupe 832 208.0 65,135
Martinique 795 211.7 63,055
Haiti 780 6.9 27,082
Ivory Coast 753 2.9 79,088
Fiji 746 83.8 59,785
Tanzania 740 1.3 30,564
Bahamas 719 184.6 30,850
Mali 691 3.5 28,585
Lesotho 687 32.3 31,734
Cyprus 681 56.8 225,738
French Polynesia 636 227.7 47,009
Qatar 627 22.1 303,240
Belize 608 155.8 40,612
Papua New Guinea 596 6.8 36,446
Malta 506 100.7 63,998
Laos 497 6.9 125,333
Réunion 435 48.9 102,216
Guinea 406 3.2 35,202
Cape Verde 372 67.6 53,987
Congo 371 6.9 22,969
French Guiana 344 118.3 65,083
Gambia 344 14.7 11,122
Burkina Faso 339 1.7 20,195
Saint Lucia 314 171.8 17,531
Gabon 297 13.7 45,152
Niger 292 1.3 8,386
Liberia 287 5.8 7,121
New Caledonia 282 98.0 13,829
Barbados 269 93.7 35,373
Maldives 265 49.9 103,581
Togo 261 3.2 35,950
Mauritius 240 19.0 22,586
Nicaragua 218 3.3 17,563
Grenada 203 181.2 9,701
Curaçao 202 128.2 32,892
Djibouti 189 19.4 14,900
Mayotte 186 69.9 33,757
Chad 185 1.2 6,558
Aruba 184 173.1 30,677
Equatorial Guinea 178 13.1 15,319
Benin 162 1.4 26,036
Comoros 159 18.7 7,767
Guinea-Bissau 152 7.9 7,034
Andorra 142 184.1 29,888
Seychelles 136 139.3 31,098
South Sudan 136 1.2 16,489
Tajikistan 125 1.3 17,493
Sierra Leone 125 1.6 7,542
Channel Islands 122 70.8 35,903
Timor-Leste 122 9.4 19,863
Antigua and Barbuda 120 123.6 5,321
Bermuda 110 172.1 8,541
Central African Republic 108 2.3 13,319
San Marino 103 304.2 10,350
Gibraltar 100 296.7 10,935
Brunei 98 22.6 15,797
Eritrea 87 2.5 8,910
St Vincent and the Grenadines 85 76.9 6,581
Sint Maarten 75 184.1 8,530
Liechtenstein 73 192.0 7,265
Isle of Man 70 82.8 19,686
Sao Tome and Principe 66 30.7 5,525
Saint Martin 60 157.9 7,713
New Zealand 52 1.1 15,127
Dominica 48 66.8 7,957
Iceland 44 12.2 48,482
Monaco 44 112.9 6,756
British Virgin Islands 42 139.9 5,255
Burundi 38 0.3 36,257
Turks and Caicos Islands 30 78.6 5,110
Saint Kitts and Nevis 28 53.0 4,933
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba 26 100.1 5,561
Cayman Islands 15 23.1 11,666
Faroe Islands 15 30.8 10,169
Diamond Princess cruise ship 13 712
Wallis and Futuna Islands 7 61.2 454
Saint Barthelemy 6 60.9 2,927
Anguilla 6 40.3 2,040
Greenland 3 5.3 7,871
Bhutan 3 0.4 3,069
MS Zaandam cruise ship 2 9
Montserrat 1 20.0 139
Vanuatu 1 0.3 7
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 0 0.0 415
Falkland Islands 0 0.0 85
Vatican 0 0.0 27
Solomon Islands 0 0.0 25
Palau 0 0.0 8
Marshall Islands 0 0.0 7
Saint Helena 0 0.0 4
Samoa 0 0.0 3
Cook Islands 0 0.0 2
Kiribati 0 0.0 2
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: 17 January 2022, 15:51 GMT

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?

Nearly every nation in the world is now administering vaccines and publishing rollout data, while at least 96 countries and territories have moved on to booster jabs.

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.

According to that data, around 60% of people have been fully vaccinated on every continent apart from Africa, where the figure is less than 10%.

Global vaccine rollout

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World
50
9,676,232,062
China
85
2,937,632,000
India
47
1,570,696,006
US
62
526,898,876
Brazil
68
343,352,666
Indonesia
15
296,048,521
Japan
79
202,119,019
Vietnam
70
166,942,276
Pakistan
34
166,837,089
Germany
72
158,497,879
Russia
47
149,979,932
Mexico
56
148,938,454
Bangladesh
34
144,171,163
Turkey
61
139,230,188
UK
70
136,392,116
France
75
130,868,599
Iran
62
125,973,179
Italy
75
120,279,992
Philippines
50
118,944,887
South Korea
85
109,835,312
Thailand
65
102,681,943
Spain
82
86,659,108
Argentina
74
82,438,934
Canada
78
73,959,132
Colombia
58
67,904,417
Malaysia
78
60,884,363
Egypt
23
58,836,189
Saudi Arabia
66
53,990,391
Peru
66
52,286,639
Morocco
62
51,321,365
Poland
57
49,558,781
Australia
78
46,034,466
Chile
87
45,631,785
Uzbekistan
37
40,657,785
Myanmar
28
36,388,358
Taiwan
71
35,698,752
Sri Lanka
65
34,766,465
Cuba
86
32,600,145
Netherlands
72
31,970,282
Cambodia
81
31,639,875
Venezuela
40
30,049,714
Ukraine
33
29,260,691
Ecuador
73
28,894,911
South Africa
27
28,812,684
Nepal
36
25,275,254
Belgium
76
23,281,887
United Arab Emirates
92
22,985,689
Portugal
90
20,376,463
Greece
69
18,386,304
Sweden
74
18,201,017
Mozambique
24
17,710,506
Kazakhstan
45
17,676,183
Israel
65
17,626,777
Nigeria
2
17,575,151
Austria
74
17,096,777
Czech Republic
63
16,485,054
Romania
41
16,189,204
Hungary
63
15,398,364
Iraq
15
14,846,973
Switzerland
67
14,642,489
Dominican Republic
52
14,336,137
Rwanda
43
13,892,895
Algeria
13
12,906,358
Denmark
80
12,736,242
Angola
13
12,690,132
Tunisia
51
12,535,903
Guatemala
27
12,338,759
Uganda
4
12,220,106
Singapore
87
12,132,375
Azerbaijan
46
11,672,083
Bolivia
41
11,038,398
Ethiopia
1
10,965,020
Kenya
8
10,878,311
Hong Kong
63
10,513,790
Norway
72
10,422,723
Finland
75
10,262,739
Ireland
77
10,144,258
Honduras
44
9,922,570
El Salvador
64
9,651,029
Ghana
9
9,600,792
Belarus
39
8,914,267
New Zealand
76
8,673,633
Serbia
47
8,324,076
Jordan
38
8,265,793
Nicaragua
47
8,135,930
Costa Rica
70
8,016,478
Turkmenistan
52
7,580,976
Zimbabwe
21
7,438,485
Ivory Coast
8
7,359,678
Paraguay
42
7,281,308
Kuwait
75
7,166,114
Uruguay
77
7,146,522
Tajikistan
31
6,893,099
Slovakia
48
6,370,931
Panama
57
6,249,161
Oman
56
6,118,018
Laos
49
5,830,021
Qatar
76
5,412,717
Mongolia
65
5,403,042
Sudan
3
5,251,235
Croatia
54
4,960,419
Afghanistan
10
4,954,809
Lebanon
28
4,704,784
Lithuania
69
4,322,646
Bulgaria
28
4,007,018
Guinea
10
3,421,681
Palestinian Territories
29
3,383,211
Bahrain
68
3,306,303
Syria
5
2,925,563
Libya
13
2,875,173
Slovenia
58
2,872,126
Latvia
68
2,689,094
Georgia
30
2,612,313
Togo
12
2,446,683
Tanzania
2
2,431,769
Mauritania
20
2,424,087
Albania
37
2,419,734
Senegal
6
2,360,122
Kyrgyzstan
15
2,352,641
Botswana
43
2,210,690
Mauritius
72
2,077,156
Zambia
8
2,039,439
Benin
11
1,897,214
Malawi
4
1,859,497
Moldova
25
1,839,531
Niger
4
1,778,173
North Macedonia
39
1,755,026
Kosovo
45
1,716,223
Armenia
25
1,694,518
Cyprus
69
1,635,530
Bosnia and Herzegovina
22
1,553,874
Estonia
62
1,530,080
Somalia
5
1,504,914
Mali
3
1,488,256
Trinidad and Tobago
48
1,454,416
Congo
10
1,295,601
Fiji
68
1,275,172
Jamaica
20
1,262,064
Timor-Leste
41
1,210,070
Burkina Faso
3
1,192,663
Malta
85
1,168,755
Bhutan
73
1,159,639
Liberia
19
1,146,910
Luxembourg
68
1,118,345
Cameroon
2
1,024,333
Macau
71
1,007,906
Madagascar
3
971,426
Sierra Leone
5
923,880
Brunei
91
922,950
Central African Republic
7
902,347
Maldives
68
798,457
Yemen
1
786,027
Namibia
13
759,685
Guyana
38
744,876
Iceland
77
742,545
Lesotho
30
688,097
Montenegro
44
646,083
Cape Verde
48
611,615
Comoros
28
581,547
Gabon
8
566,021
Papua New Guinea
2
515,459
Suriname
39
494,017
Equatorial Guinea
14
453,502
Belize
49
429,697
Eswatini
27
427,073
Guinea-Bissau
1
415,196
DR Congo
0.1736
386,592
Chad
0.5632
381,189
Bahamas
38
312,840
Barbados
51
303,391
Gambia
10
294,698
South Sudan
2
288,900
Samoa
61
264,438
Solomon Islands
9
246,124
Jersey
77
215,231
Djibouti
10
207,952
Haiti
0.6501
199,874
Seychelles
79
183,472
Isle of Man
77
183,063
Vanuatu
16
152,711
Guernsey
81
144,775
Tonga
60
138,148
Sao Tome and Principe
23
137,612
Cayman Islands
86
133,997
Antigua and Barbuda
60
121,415
Andorra
66
117,246
Bermuda
74
115,425
Kiribati
33
111,686
Gibraltar
119
109,609
Saint Lucia
27
106,913
Faroe Islands
83
100,616
Grenada
32
81,106
Greenland
67
78,558
Liechtenstein
67
66,526
St Vincent and the Grenadines
24
61,198
Dominica
40
59,624
San Marino
64
57,708
Turks and Caicos Islands
69
56,343
Saint Kitts and Nevis
48
55,841
Monaco
59
49,980
British Virgin Islands
56
35,970
Cook Islands
72
25,548
Anguilla
61
21,046
Nauru
68
15,128
Tuvalu
49
12,114
Burundi
0.0288
9,007
Saint Helena
58
7,892
Falkland Islands
50
4,407
Montserrat
30
3,092
Niue
71
2,352
Tokelau
71
1,936
Pitcairn
100
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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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.

Of those countries that have moved on to booster campaigns, Chile, Denmark and the UK have currently vaccinated the highest proportion of people.

Where are cases still high?

The number of daily cases has begun to rise again in most regions now, due in part to the new Omicron variant.

Studies suggest that Omicron - which has quickly become dominant in numerous countries - is milder than the Delta variant, but far more contagious.

The Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said the "tsunami of cases is so huge and quick, that it is overwhelming health systems around the world".

Asia

Asia, which was the centre of the initial outbreak that spread from Wuhan in China in early 2020, is starting to see case numbers increase once more.

There has been a sharp rise in daily cases in India and the country is reporting its highest number of confirmed cases since May 2021, driven by a steep rise in cases in big cities such as the capital, Delhi, and financial centre of Mumbai.

The official death toll in India is more than 480,000 and it has recorded more than 35 million cases - second only to the US.

In China, authorities in the port city of Tianjin announced they would test 14 million residents after the discovery of a cluster of Covid cases, including two people with the Omicron variant.

China has responded to small numbers of local cases with mass testing and tight lockdowns and overall numbers remain low.

Europe

Several European countries have increased the scale of their vaccine and booster campaigns after seeing a spike in infections due to the Omicron variant.

France, Spain and Italy are experiencing a rapid increase in infections, with France currently seeing more daily cases on average than anywhere else in Europe.

The UK has also seen another spike but hospitalisations and deaths have been greatly reduced due to its vaccination rollout and cases are now falling again.

North America

The US has recorded more than 60 million cases and over 840,000 deaths - the highest figures in the world - and it is now seeing a renewed surge in infections.

Dr Anthony Fauci, the country's chief adviser on infectious disease, has warned the country is now facing "almost a vertical increase" in cases, which may not peak for weeks.

The death rate in Canada is far lower than its neighbour's but it is also seeing a rise in the number of daily cases at the moment due to the Omicron variant.

Latin America

In Latin America, cases appear to be on the rise again in most places, with Argentina, Mexico and Peru reporting their highest numbers of confirmed cases.

Brazil has been the worst-hit country in the region, recording more than 22 million cases and 620,000 deaths - the world's second highest official death toll.

In Peru, there have been more than 200,000 deaths and the country has the highest number of deaths by population size - more than 600 deaths for every 100,000 people.

Africa

Africa has seen at least 10 million cases and more than 230,000 deaths - but the true extent of the pandemic across the continent is not known as testing rates are low.

According to the official figures, South Africa has been the worst-hit country with more than 3.5 million confirmed cases and nearly 100,000 deaths.

South Africa was the first country to identify the new Omicron variant and it led to a sharp increase in infections - although the government says this fourth wave has now peaked and numbers are falling.

Several African nations are currently experiencing a rise in cases, including Morocco and Tunisia.

Middle East

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

The official death toll in Iran, the region's worst-hit country, is more than 130,000 and it has seen more than six million confirmed cases. Neighbouring Iraq has seen nearly 25,000 deaths and more than two million confirmed cases. Daily infections, however, are currently falling in both countries.

Israel currently has the highest number of daily cases in the region but its vaccination rollout has been highly successful at minimising the number of hospitalisations and deaths in the country. It has now begun administering a fourth vaccine dose to people aged over 60 and to healthcare workers.

Oceania

Early in the pandemic, Australia and New Zealand were widely praised for their response to Covid but Australia is currently seeing its highest level of Covid cases since the pandemic began.

The country lifted most of its restrictions in December but the Omicron variant has fuelled a surge in cases - now averaging over 100,000 confirmed infections a week.

So far, Australia has seen more than a million confirmed cases and about 2,600 deaths, while there have been 15,000 cases in New Zealand and only 52 deaths.

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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