Names of the countries that have so far confirmed coronavirus cases

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Globally, at least 1.3 million infections have been confirmed in 184 countries. More than 76,000 people have died from Covid-19 while more than 290,000 people have recovered so far.

Here are the names of the countries with confirmed cases of convid-19:

United States – 363,376 cases, 10,993 deaths
Spain – 136,675 cases, 13,341 deaths
Italy – 132,547 cases, 16,523 deaths
Germany – 103,375 cases, 1,810 deaths
France – 98,984 cases, 8,911 deaths
China – 82,697 cases, 3,335 deaths
The total includes 41 cases in Macau and 765 cases – four deaths – in Hong Kong.

Iran – 60,500 cases, 3,739 deaths
United Kingdom – 52,279 cases, 5,373 deaths
Turkey – 30,217 cases, 649 deaths
Switzerland – 21,907 cases, 787 deaths
Belgium – 22,194 cases, 2,035 deaths
Netherlands – 18,926 cases, 1,867 deaths

Canada – 16,667 cases, 316 deaths
Austria – 12,427 cases, 243 deaths
Portugal – 11,730 cases, 311 deaths
Brazil – 12,240 cases, 566 deaths
South Korea – 10,331 cases, 192 deaths
Israel – 9,006 cases, 59 deaths
Sweden – 7,206 cases, 477 deaths
Australia – 5,895 cases, 32 deaths
Norway – 5,866 cases, 83 deaths
Russia – 7,497 cases, 58 deaths
Ireland – 5,364 cases, 174 deaths
Denmark – 5,173 cases, 203 deaths
Czech Republic – 4,587 cases, 72 deaths

Chile – 4,815 cases, 37 deaths
Poland – 4,532 cases, 111 deaths
Romania – 4,417 cases, 182 deaths
Malaysia – 3,963 cases, 63 deaths
Ecuador – 3,747 cases, 191 deaths
India – 4,908 cases, 137 deaths
Philippines – 3,764 cases, 177 deaths
Japan – 3,906 cases, 92 deaths
Pakistan – 3,277 cases, 50 deaths
Luxembourg – 2,843 cases, 41 deaths
Saudi Arabia – 2,752 cases, 38 deaths
Indonesia – 2,738 cases, 221 deaths
Thailand – 2,258 cases, 27 deaths
Finland – 2,308 cases, 27 deaths
Mexico – 2,439 cases, 125 deaths
Panama – 2,100 cases, 55 deaths
Peru – 2,281 cases, 83 deaths
Dominican Republic – 1,828 cases, 86 deaths
Greece – 1,755 cases, 79 deaths
Serbia – 2,200 cases, 58 deaths
South Africa – 1,686 cases, 12 deaths
United Arab Emirates – 2,076 cases, 11 deaths
Iceland – 1,562 cases, 6 deaths
Argentina – 1,628 cases, 53 deaths
Colombia – 1,579 cases, 46 deaths
Qatar – 1,832 cases, 4 deaths
Algeria – 1,423 cases, 173 deaths
Singapore – 1,375 cases, 6 deaths
Ukraine – 1,462 cases, 45 deaths
Croatia – 1,222 cases, 18 deaths
Estonia – 1,149 cases, 21 deaths
Egypt – 1,322 cases, 85 deaths
New Zealand – 1,160 cases, 1 death
Slovenia – 1,021 cases, 30 deaths

Iraq – 1,031 cases, 64 deaths
Morocco – 1,141 cases, 83 deaths
Moldova – 965 cases, 21 deaths
Armenia – 853 cases, 8 deaths
Lithuania – 880 cases, 15 deaths
Hungary – 817 cases, 47 deaths
Bahrain – 756 cases, 4 deaths
Bosnia and Herzegovina – 744 cases, 33 deaths
Azerbaijan – 641 cases, 8 deaths
Kazakhstan – 685 cases, 6 deaths
Belarus – 700 cases, 13 deaths
Kuwait – 743 cases, 1 death
Cameroon – 658 cases, 9 deaths
North Macedonia – 570 cases, 18 deaths
Tunisia – 574 cases, 23 deaths
Latvia – 548 cases, 2 death
Bulgaria – 565 cases, 22 deaths
Lebanon – 548 cases, 19 deaths
Andorra – 525 cases, 21 deaths
Slovakia – 581 cases, 2 deaths

Cyprus – 465 cases, 9 deaths
Costa Rica – 467 cases, 2 deaths
Uruguay – 415 cases, 6 deaths
Taiwan – 376 cases, 5 deaths
Albania – 383 cases, 22 deaths
Burkina Faso – 364 cases, 18 deaths
Afghanistan – 423 cases, 14 deaths
Jordan – 349 cases, 6 deaths
Cuba – 363 cases, 9 deaths
Oman – 371 cases, 2 deaths
Uzbekistan – 472 cases, 2 deaths
Honduras – 305 cases, 22 deaths
San Marino – 277 cases, 32 deaths
Ivory Coast – 245 cases, 1 death
Vietnam – 245 cases
Occupied Palestinian Territories – 237 cases, 1 death
Malta – 293 cases
Mauritius – 244 cases, 7 deaths
Nigeria – 238 cases, 5 deaths
Senegal – 226 cases, 2 deaths
Ghana – 287 cases, 5 deaths
Montenegro – 239 cases, 2 deaths
Sri Lanka – 183 cases, 6 deaths
Georgia – 195 cases, 2 deaths

Bolivia – 194 cases, 14 deaths
Venezuela – 165 cases, 7 deaths
Democratic Republic of the Congo – 154 cases, 18 deaths
Kyrgyzstan – 216 cases, 1 death
Niger – 184 cases, 10 deaths
Kenya – 172 cases, 6 deaths
Kosovo – 145 cases, 1 death
Brunei – 135 cases, 1 deaths
Guinea – 121 cases
Cambodia – 114 cases
Paraguay – 115 cases, 5 deaths

Trinidad and Tobago – 105 cases, 7 deaths
Rwanda – 105 cases
Bangladesh – 164 cases, 17 deaths
Liechtenstein – 77 cases, 1 death
Monaco – 77 cases, 1 death
Madagascar – 72 cases
El Salvador – 69 cases, 3 deaths
Guatemala – 74 cases, 3 deaths
Djibouti – 59 cases
Barbados – 56 cases
Jamaica – 58 cases, 3 deaths
Uganda – 52 cases
Republic of the Congo – 45 cases, 5 deaths
Mali – 45 cases, 5 deaths
Togo – 44 cases, 3 deaths
Ethiopia – 43 cases, 2 deaths
Zambia – 39 cases, 1 death

Eritrea – 29 cases
Bahamas – 29 cases, 4 deaths
Guyana – 29 cases, 4 deaths
Myanmar – 21 cases, 1 death
Gabon – 24 cases, 1 death
Haiti – 21 cases, 1 death
Tanzania – 22 cases, 1 death
Maldives – 19 cases
Syria – 19 cases, 2 deaths
Guinea-Bissau – 18 cases
Libya – 18 cases, 1 death
Benin – 16 cases
Equatorial Guinea – 16 cases
Namibia – 16 cases
Antigua and Barbuda – 15 cases
Dominica – 14 cases
Mongolia – 15 cases
Saint Lucia – 14 cases
Liberia – 13 cases, 3 deaths
Fiji – 14 cases
Grenada – 12 cases
Laos – 11 cases
Angola – 14 cases, 2 deaths
Mozambique – 10 cases
Saint Kitts and Nevis – 10 cases
Seychelles – 10 cases
Sudan – 12 cases, 2 deaths
Suriname – 10 cases, 1 death
Chad – 9 cases
Eswatini – 9 cases
Nepal – 9 cases

Zimbabwe – 9 cases, 1 death
Central African Republic – 8 cases
Cape Verde – 7 cases, 1 death
Vatican City – 7 cases
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 7 cases
Somalia – 7 cases
Botswana – 6 cases, 1 death
Mauritania – 6 cases, 1 death
Sierra Leone – 6 cases
Bhutan – 5 cases

Nicaragua – 6 cases, 1 death
Belize – 5 cases
Gambia – 4 cases, 1 death
Malawi – 4 cases
Burundi – 3 cases
Papua New Guinea – 1 case
East Timor – 1 case
South Sudan – 1 case

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