Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country

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Covid-19 is continuing to spread around the world, with more than 530 million confirmed cases and more than six million deaths reported across almost 200 countries.

The US, India and Brazil have seen the highest number of confirmed cases, followed by France, Germany 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 1 June 2022, 10:24 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 1,002,208 305.3 83,475,439
Brazil 666,676 315.9 31,019,038
India 524,636 38.4 43,160,832
Russia 371,464 257.3 18,063,880
Mexico 324,922 254.7 5,775,977
Peru 213,195 655.8 3,580,960
UK 177,890 266.2 22,232,377
Italy 166,697 276.5 17,421,410
Indonesia 156,591 57.9 6,054,973
France 145,101 216.4 28,703,050
Iran 141,315 170.4 7,232,034
Colombia 139,854 277.8 6,103,455
Germany 139,091 167.3 26,360,953
Argentina 128,889 286.8 9,230,573
Poland 116,318 306.3 6,007,584
Ukraine 112,459 253.4 5,040,518
Spain 106,493 226.2 12,360,256
South Africa 101,190 172.8 3,957,777
Turkey 98,965 118.6 15,072,747
Romania 65,684 339.3 2,909,195
Philippines 60,455 55.9 3,690,581
Chile 57,892 305.5 3,702,941
Hungary 46,547 476.4 1,919,840
Vietnam 43,079 44.7 10,719,379
Canada 41,070 109.3 3,884,792
Czech Republic 40,288 377.6 3,920,299
Bulgaria 37,148 532.5 1,165,167
Malaysia 35,676 111.7 4,506,510
Ecuador 35,637 205.1 877,282
Belgium 31,754 276.5 4,152,558
Japan 30,619 24.2 8,838,747
Pakistan 30,379 14.0 1,530,453
Thailand 30,047 43.2 4,459,241
Greece 29,845 278.5 3,453,229
Bangladesh 29,131 17.9 1,953,507
Tunisia 28,641 244.9 1,042,872
Iraq 25,219 64.2 2,328,154
Egypt 24,718 24.6 515,645
South Korea 24,197 46.8 18,119,415
Portugal 23,115 225.1 4,683,018
Netherlands 22,343 128.9 8,169,928
Bolivia 21,948 190.6 909,110
Slovakia 20,100 368.5 2,542,564
Austria 19,927 224.5 4,288,153
Myanmar 19,434 36.0 613,336
Kazakhstan 19,015 102.7 1,394,909
Sweden 18,977 184.5 2,507,948
Paraguay 18,894 268.2 650,661
Guatemala 18,152 109.3 861,002
Georgia 16,811 451.9 1,655,221
Sri Lanka 16,517 75.8 663,834
Serbia 16,081 231.5 2,017,454
Morocco 16,076 44.1 1,168,303
Croatia 15,987 393.0 1,136,500
Bosnia and Herzegovina 15,788 478.3 377,904
China 14,604 1.0 2,426,932
Jordan 14,066 139.2 1,696,937
Switzerland 13,800 160.9 3,674,986
Nepal 11,952 41.8 979,140
Moldova 11,537 434.1 518,793
Honduras 10,899 111.8 425,371
Israel 10,852 119.9 4,138,515
Lebanon 10,429 152.1 1,099,199
Azerbaijan 9,713 96.9 792,767
North Macedonia 9,303 446.5 311,936
Saudi Arabia 9,148 26.7 768,079
Lithuania 9,146 328.2 1,062,669
Armenia 8,625 291.6 422,963
Australia 8,558 33.7 7,312,403
Cuba 8,529 75.3 1,105,319
Costa Rica 8,525 168.9 904,934
Panama 8,255 194.4 858,268
Afghanistan 7,705 20.3 180,347
Ethiopia 7,513 6.7 472,743
Ireland 7,304 147.8 1,561,632
Uruguay 7,238 209.1 925,777
Belarus 6,978 73.7 982,867
Algeria 6,875 16.0 265,884
Slovenia 6,637 317.9 1,025,030
Libya 6,430 94.9 502,016
Denmark 6,363 109.4 3,136,896
Latvia 5,824 304.5 828,614
Venezuela 5,721 20.1 523,654
Palestinian Territories 5,660 120.8 657,705
Kenya 5,651 10.7 324,976
Zimbabwe 5,506 37.6 252,703
Sudan 4,942 11.5 62,355
Finland 4,522 81.9 1,092,193
Dominican Republic 4,377 40.8 584,029
Oman 4,260 85.6 389,473
El Salvador 4,132 64.0 162,755
Namibia 4,038 161.9 166,363
Zambia 3,987 22.3 321,779
Trinidad and Tobago 3,917 280.8 161,584
Uganda 3,602 8.1 164,366
Albania 3,497 122.5 276,101
Syria 3,150 18.5 55,892
Nigeria 3,143 1.6 256,028
Norway 3,141 58.7 1,433,641
Kosovo 3,139 174.9 228,359
Jamaica 3,056 103.7 137,266
Cambodia 3,056 18.5 136,262
Kyrgyzstan 2,991 46.3 200,993
Montenegro 2,720 437.2 237,223
Botswana 2,697 117.1 308,126
Malawi 2,640 14.2 85,985
Estonia 2,574 194.0 576,870
Kuwait 2,555 60.7 633,225
United Arab Emirates 2,305 23.6 908,205
Taiwan 2,255 9.5 2,032,983
Mozambique 2,203 7.3 225,754
Mongolia 2,179 67.6 925,073
Yemen 2,149 7.4 11,822
Senegal 1,966 12.1 86,111
Cameroon 1,930 7.5 119,947
Angola 1,900 6.0 99,761
Uzbekistan 1,637 4.9 239,046
Bahrain 1,488 90.7 585,665
Rwanda 1,459 11.6 130,057
Ghana 1,445 4.8 161,370
Eswatini 1,409 122.7 72,510
Madagascar 1,395 5.2 64,377
Singapore 1,389 24.4 1,303,294
Somalia 1,361 8.8 26,565
Suriname 1,350 232.2 80,547
DR Congo 1,338 1.5 88,374
Guyana 1,234 157.6 64,763
New Zealand 1,140 23.2 1,170,815
Luxembourg 1,073 173.1 244,182
Cyprus 1,059 88.4 489,963
Mauritius 996 78.7 225,862
Mauritania 982 21.7 59,141
Guadeloupe 947 236.7 157,865
Martinique 918 244.4 162,163
Fiji 864 97.1 65,007
Tanzania 840 1.4 35,354
Haiti 835 7.4 30,818
Bahamas 810 208.0 34,759
Ivory Coast 799 3.1 82,215
Réunion 777 87.4 414,615
Laos 756 10.5 210,026
Mali 734 3.7 31,097
Malta 721 143.4 94,742
Lesotho 698 32.8 33,358
Qatar 677 23.9 368,788
Belize 677 173.4 59,365
Papua New Guinea 651 7.4 44,481
French Polynesia 649 232.4 72,951
Barbados 450 156.8 80,654
Guinea 442 3.5 36,764
Cape Verde 402 73.1 56,324
French Guiana 397 136.5 82,952
Congo 385 7.2 24,079
Burkina Faso 384 1.9 20,899
Saint Lucia 371 203.0 25,593
Gambia 365 15.5 12,002
New Caledonia 313 108.8 62,193
Niger 310 1.3 9,031
Gabon 304 14.0 47,650
Maldives 299 56.3 179,753
Liberia 294 6.0 7,456
Curaçao 277 175.8 43,864
Togo 273 3.4 37,095
Nicaragua 238 3.6 18,491
Grenada 226 201.8 17,750
Brunei 223 51.5 148,674
Aruba 213 200.3 37,034
Chad 193 1.2 7,417
Djibouti 189 19.4 15,675
Mayotte 187 70.3 37,581
Equatorial Guinea 183 13.5 15,921
Channel Islands 176 102.2 76,190
Guinea-Bissau 171 8.9 8,269
Seychelles 167 171.1 44,016
Benin 163 1.4 26,952
Comoros 160 18.8 8,120
Iceland 153 42.3 188,291
Andorra 153 198.3 42,894
Solomon Islands 146 21.8 18,174
South Sudan 138 1.2 17,617
Bermuda 138 215.9 14,755
Antigua and Barbuda 138 142.1 8,253
Timor-Leste 131 10.1 22,915
Tajikistan 125 1.3 17,786
Sierra Leone 125 1.6 7,682
San Marino 115 339.6 17,124
Central African Republic 113 2.4 14,649
St Vincent and the Grenadines 107 96.8 8,670
Isle of Man 106 125.3 32,966
Eritrea 103 2.9 9,759
Gibraltar 102 302.7 18,419
Sint Maarten 86 211.1 10,353
Liechtenstein 84 220.9 17,469
Sao Tome and Principe 73 33.9 5,991
Dominica 65 90.5 14,184
Saint Martin 63 165.8 10,668
British Virgin Islands 62 206.5 6,765
Monaco 57 146.3 12,186
Saint Kitts and Nevis 43 81.4 5,729
Burundi 38 0.3 42,034
Turks and Caicos Islands 36 94.3 6,123
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba 35 134.7 10,091
Faroe Islands 28 57.5 34,658
Cayman Islands 28 43.1 25,318
Samoa 26 13.2 13,499
Bhutan 21 2.8 59,628
Greenland 21 37.3 11,971
Vanuatu 14 4.7 9,088
Kiribati 13 11.1 3,098
Diamond Princess cruise ship 13 712
Tonga 12 11.5 11,644
Anguilla 9 60.5 3,203
Wallis and Futuna Islands 7 61.2 454
Palau 6 33.3 5,065
Saint Barthelemy 6 60.9 4,630
Montserrat 6 120.2 980
MS Zaandam cruise ship 2 9
Cook Islands 1 5.7 5,675
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 1 17.2 2,748
Falkland Islands 0 0.0 1,687
Micronesia 0 0.0 30
Vatican 0 0.0 29
Marshall Islands 0 0.0 17
Antarctica 0 11
Saint Helena 0 0.0 4

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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: 1 June 2022, 10:24 BST

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

Deaths are falling in many 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.

Using this metric, researchers from the Lancet medical journal suggest that more than 18 million people may have died because of Covid up to the end of 2021. That figure is three times higher than officially recorded deaths from the disease.

Separate analysis by the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates about 15 million excess deaths due to coronavirus over a similar period.

Who has vaccinated the most?

Nearly every nation in the world is now administering vaccines and publishing rollout data, while at least 157 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, more than 63% of people have been fully vaccinated on every continent apart from Africa, where the figure is about 17%.

Global vaccine rollout

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World
60
11,833,638,209
China
87
3,381,314,000
India
64
1,933,706,281
US
67
587,360,320
Brazil
78
441,054,017
Indonesia
61
401,308,016
Japan
81
280,674,544
Bangladesh
71
261,364,230
Pakistan
55
249,380,176
Vietnam
81
220,779,518
Mexico
61
206,941,649
Germany
77
179,988,058
Russia
51
167,125,605
Philippines
64
151,760,837
Iran
68
149,903,496
Turkey
62
147,734,958
France
78
144,497,698
UK
73
143,062,369
Italy
79
137,787,967
Thailand
75
136,981,091
South Korea
87
125,537,663
Argentina
82
102,801,138
Spain
87
94,734,966
Canada
82
85,441,862
Colombia
70
83,585,958
Egypt
33
82,907,695
Peru
82
74,987,855
Malaysia
83
70,939,755
Saudi Arabia
70
65,362,940
Australia
84
57,642,872
Myanmar
44
56,989,806
Chile
91
56,137,553
Taiwan
80
55,072,565
Morocco
63
54,595,032
Poland
60
54,499,346
Uzbekistan
44
50,434,421
Nigeria
8
43,994,555
Nepal
67
42,916,756
Cambodia
84
39,658,990
Sri Lanka
67
39,545,641
Venezuela
50
37,860,994
Cuba
88
37,038,176
South Africa
31
36,063,285
Ecuador
78
34,809,185
Netherlands
72
34,345,860
Ukraine
35
31,668,577
Mozambique
44
31,616,078
Ethiopia
18
29,373,478
Belgium
79
25,370,358
United Arab Emirates
97
24,874,376
Portugal
87
23,889,918
Sweden
75
22,446,165
Rwanda
64
21,917,222
Uganda
23
21,044,430
Greece
74
21,017,697
Kazakhstan
49
20,918,681
Angola
19
18,431,807
Austria
73
18,336,033
Iraq
18
18,279,217
Kenya
17
18,246,213
Israel
66
18,156,155
Czech Republic
64
17,635,168
Guatemala
34
17,435,586
Hong Kong
84
16,959,543
Romania
42
16,812,990
Hungary
64
16,530,488
Ghana
20
16,122,862
Switzerland
69
15,720,430
Dominican Republic
55
15,663,980
Algeria
15
15,205,854
Singapore
91
14,122,714
Honduras
54
13,927,995
Azerbaijan
47
13,723,446
Bolivia
50
13,644,008
Denmark
83
13,223,265
Tunisia
53
13,164,136
Belarus
64
12,807,687
Tajikistan
51
12,504,152
Ivory Coast
20
12,387,947
Finland
78
12,044,032
Zimbabwe
30
11,742,863
Norway
74
11,324,835
New Zealand
80
11,085,963
Costa Rica
81
11,017,624
Ireland
81
10,931,230
Laos
68
10,862,186
El Salvador
66
10,819,940
Nicaragua
72
10,561,352
Jordan
44
9,938,176
Paraguay
47
8,765,455
Serbia
48
8,529,217
Uruguay
83
8,399,971
Panama
71
8,216,856
Kuwait
76
8,022,755
Tanzania
6
7,967,468
Turkmenistan
48
7,140,000
Sudan
8
7,096,087
Oman
59
7,087,785
Slovakia
51
7,072,261
Qatar
89
6,885,951
Guinea
19
6,127,699
Afghanistan
12
6,118,557
Lebanon
35
5,632,093
Mongolia
65
5,492,919
Croatia
55
5,252,971
Zambia
17
5,251,671
Lithuania
70
4,485,173
Bulgaria
30
4,399,112
Syria
9
3,801,752
Palestinian Territories
34
3,721,894
Benin
21
3,619,590
Libya
16
3,460,229
Bahrain
70
3,444,799
Togo
18
3,290,821
Kyrgyzstan
20
3,103,935
Slovenia
59
2,993,761
Burkina Faso
7
2,938,655
Sierra Leone
18
2,930,408
Georgia
32
2,893,850
Latvia
70
2,890,548
Albania
43
2,840,948
Somalia
9
2,712,296
Mauritius
76
2,698,115
Niger
6
2,694,418
Mauritania
23
2,650,000
Senegal
6
2,523,856
DR Congo
1
2,431,360
Madagascar
4
2,369,775
Chad
12
2,352,921
Botswana
56
2,330,589
Malawi
6
2,166,402
Armenia
33
2,149,195
Moldova
26
2,148,116
Mali
5
2,115,108
Liberia
28
1,996,703
Estonia
64
1,990,134
Bosnia and Herzegovina
26
1,924,950
Bhutan
86
1,908,189
North Macedonia
40
1,848,141
Cameroon
4
1,836,573
Kosovo
46
1,829,189
Cyprus
72
1,784,616
Trinidad and Tobago
51
1,563,433
Timor-Leste
49
1,547,717
Fiji
70
1,469,149
Jamaica
23
1,437,876
Macau
88
1,412,074
Malta
91
1,299,815
Luxembourg
73
1,296,948
Central African Republic
21
1,185,512
Brunei
94
1,149,676
Maldives
71
942,138
Lesotho
34
933,825
Guyana
46
905,748
Yemen
1
836,455
Namibia
16
834,756
Congo
12
830,379
Iceland
79
805,469
Cape Verde
55
762,486
South Sudan
6
730,047
Gambia
14
720,000
Montenegro
45
673,785
Comoros
34
642,520
Papua New Guinea
3
587,340
Guinea-Bissau
17
562,620
Gabon
11
558,456
Eswatini
29
535,393
Suriname
40
505,699
Samoa
93
482,765
Equatorial Guinea
15
479,991
Belize
52
475,163
Solomon Islands
24
452,002
Bahamas
40
340,866
Barbados
53
315,193
Vanuatu
38
301,000
Haiti
1
280,729
Jersey
80
234,363
Sao Tome and Principe
39
208,657
Seychelles
81
201,121
Djibouti
13
191,649
Tonga
68
190,474
Isle of Man
78
189,681
Guernsey
81
155,684
Andorra
69
152,694
Kiribati
50
147,497
Cayman Islands
89
144,209
Bermuda
77
131,612
Antigua and Barbuda
62
125,605
Saint Lucia
29
120,643
Gibraltar
123
119,855
Faroe Islands
83
103,894
Grenada
34
88,604
Greenland
68
79,745
St Vincent and the Grenadines
27
70,847
Liechtenstein
69
70,683
Turks and Caicos Islands
76
69,465
San Marino
69
69,259
Dominica
42
66,709
Monaco
65
65,140
Saint Kitts and Nevis
49
60,467
British Virgin Islands
59
40,969
Cook Islands
84
39,596
Anguilla
66
23,601
Nauru
79
22,976
Burundi
0.1052
15,311
Tuvalu
52
12,528
Saint Helena
58
7,892
Falkland Islands
50
4,407
Montserrat
37
4,255
Niue
88
4,161
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, Singapore and Uruguay have currently vaccinated the highest proportion of people.

Where are cases still high?

The Omicron variant of coronavirus appeared to trigger a spike in cases globally, although the number of official daily cases has fallen sharply in recent weeks.

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

Asia

Asia, which was the centre of the initial outbreak that spread from Wuhan in China in early 2020, shows a mixed picture.

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has deployed soldiers to help distribute medicine as a wave of Covid cases sweeps through the country.

Meanwhile, China appears to have recovered from a recent spike in cases in the north-east of the country driven by the Omicron variant, which earlier saw thousands of cases reported each day and millions of people placed under lockdown in large cities such as Shanghai.

In Japan, after two years of closure the government has agreed to open up its borders to visitors from 98 countries and regions.

It marks the most significant moment so far in the country's slow relaxation of its Covid-19 entry restrictions.

Europe

Reported daily cases are now low in many European countries, with only a few seeing rises now, though testing is now more limited than at previous points in the pandemic.

In the UK, the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show a continued fall in infections last week. Hospitalisations and deaths appear to have also been greatly reduced due to the UK's widespread vaccination rollout.

North America

The US has recorded 83 million cases and more than a million deaths - the highest figures in the world.

However, daily cases and death counts have now fallen to lower levels than during much of the pandemic.

Latin America

Latin America is seeing some pockets of rising cases, though infections are at low levels among the countries which were hardest hit previously.

Chile, Uraguay and Argentina are among countries seeing a rise in May.

Brazil has been the worst-hit country in the region overall, recording more than 31 million cases and 666,000 deaths - the world's second-highest official death toll.

In Peru, there have been over 213,000 deaths and the country has the world's highest number of deaths by population size - more than 655 deaths for every 100,000 people.

Africa

Africa has seen more than 11 million cases and 250,000 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 3.9 million confirmed cases and more than 100,000 deaths.

South Africa was the first country to identify the new Omicron variant and it led to a sharp increase in infections - the fourth wave of infections in the country.

Middle East

Several countries in the Middle East have seen severe outbreaks of the virus since the pandemic began, though levels are currently at their lowest this year.

The official death toll in Iran, the region's worst-hit country, is more than 140,000 and it has seen over seven million confirmed cases.

Neighbouring Iraq has seen 25,000 deaths and in excess of two million confirmed cases.

In January Israel was hit by the Omicron wave seen across the world, but infections have now come down. Its vaccination rollout has been highly successful at minimising the number of hospitalisations and deaths in the country.

Oceania

Early in the pandemic, Australia and New Zealand were widely praised for their response to Covid but both saw an increase in cases at the start of the year.

So far, Australia has seen more than 7 million confirmed cases, with spikes in January and April. It has also recorded more than 8,000 confirmed deaths due to coronavirus.

Daily cases are levelling off in New Zealand following a fall. So far it recorded 1.1 million cases, but only 1,140 deaths.

In early May the country opened its borders to international visitors for the first time in two years.

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 the UK from that used by Johns Hopkins University. US figures do not include Puerto Rico, Guam or the US Virgin Islands. Figures for France are for the mainland only and include both suspected and confirmed cases.