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This article documents countries and territories affected by and responses to the coronavirus responsible for the 2019–20 pandemic first documented in Wuhan, China, and may not include all the contemporary major responses and measures.

Pandemic in map

2019–20 coronavirus pandemic by country and territory is located in Earth
2019–20 coronavirus pandemic by city (for China and Europe see maps below)[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20]

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2019–20 coronavirus pandemic by country and territory is located in China
2019–20 coronavirus pandemic by Chinese city/prefecture, including Hong Kong and Macau[1][21][22]

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2019–20 coronavirus pandemic by country and territory is located in Europe
2019–20 coronavirus pandemic by European city[1][23][24][25][26]

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Pandemic by country and territory

Countries and territories[a] Cases Deaths Recov. Ref.
[27][28]
120 134,704 4,981 69,206
China (mainland)[b] 80,814 3,176 62,874 [28]
Italy 15,113 1,016 1,258 [29]
Iran 10,075 429 3,276 [28]
South Korea 7,979 67 510 [30]
Spain 3,148 87 189 [31]
France[c] 2,876 61 12 [28]
Germany 2,745 6 25 [32]
United States[d] 1,758 41 31 [28]
Switzerland 868 7 4 [28]
Norway 800 1 1 [33]
Cruise ship side view.svg Diamond Princess[e] 696 7 388 [28][34]
Japan 691 17 118 [28][34]
Sweden 687 1 1 [28]
Denmark[f] 676 0 1 [28][35]
Netherlands 614 5 2 [36]
United Kingdom[g] 591 10 19 [28]
Belgium 399 3 1 [37]
Austria 361 1 4 [38]
Qatar 262 0 0 [28]
Bahrain 197 0 35 [39]
Singapore 187 0 96 [40]
Malaysia 158 0 26 [28]
Australia 156 3 26 [28]
Canada 142 1 11 [28]
Hong Kong 130 3 77 [28]
Greece 117 1 0 [41]
Czech Republic 116 0 0 [42]
Iceland 109 0 0 [43]
Finland 109 0 1 [28]
Israel 109 0 4 [28]
Slovenia 96 0 0 [44][45]
United Arab Emirates 85 0 20 [28]
Iraq 83 8 24 [28]
Egypt[h] 80 2 27 [28]
Kuwait 80 0 5 [46]
Portugal 78 0 1 [28]
Brazil 77 0 0 [28]
India 74 1 4 [47]
San Marino 72 5 0 [48]
Thailand 70 1 35 [28]
Ireland 70 1 0 [49]
Lebanon 68 3 1 [27][28]
Romania 59 0 6 [28]
Philippines 53 5 2 [28]
Poland 51 1 0 [50]
Taiwan 49 1 20 [51]
Saudi Arabia 45 0 1 [28]
Vietnam 39 0 16 [28]
Indonesia 34 1 3 [28]
Russia 34 0 3 [52]
Chile 33 0 0 [53]
Palestine 31 0 0 [28]
Argentina 30 1 0 [28]
Croatia 27 0 1 [28]
Estonia 27 0 0 [28]
Algeria 26 2 10 [28]
Luxembourg 26 0 0 [54]
Brunei 25 0 0 [28]
Georgia 25 0 0 [28]
Serbia 24 0 0 [55]
Albania 23 1 0 [56]
Bulgaria 23 1 0 [57]
Costa Rica 23 0 0 [28]
Peru 22 0 0 [58]
Pakistan 21 0 2 [28]
Belarus 21 0 3 [28][59]
Slovakia 21 0 0 [28]
Oman 18 0 9 [28]
Ecuador 17 0 0 [28]
South Africa 17 0 0 [60]
Hungary 16 0 0 [61]
Latvia 16 0 1 [62][28]
Azerbaijan 15 1 3 [28]
Panama 14 1 0 [63]
Tunisia 13 0 0 [28]
Mexico 12 0 4 [28]
Bosnia and Herzegovina 11 0 0 [64]
Macau 10 0 10 [28]
Cyprus 10 0 0 [28]
Senegal 10 0 1 [28]
Colombia 9 0 0 [65]
Malta 9 0 0 [28]
North Macedonia 9 0 1 [28]
Maldives 8 0 0 [28]
Afghanistan 7 0 0 [28]
Armenia 6 0 0 [28]
Moldova 6 0 0 [28]
Morocco 6 1 0 [28]
Dominican Republic 5 0 0 [28]
New Zealand 5 0 0 [28]
Paraguay 5 0 0 [28]
Cambodia 5 0 1 [28]
Liechtenstein 4 0 0 [28]
Bangladesh 3 0 0 [28]
Bolivia 3 0 0 [28]
Cuba 3 0 0 [28]
Lithuania 3 0 0 [28]
Sri Lanka 3 0 1 [28]
Ukraine 3 0 0 [66]
Burkina Faso 2 0 0 [28]
Cameroon 2 0 0 [28]
Ghana 2 0 0 [28]
Honduras 2 0 0 [28]
Jamaica 2 0 0 [67][68]
Jersey 2 0 0 [69]
Nigeria 2 0 0 [28]
Andorra 1 0 0 [28]
Bhutan 1 0 0 [28]
DR Congo 1 0 0 [70]
Guernsey 1 0 0 [71]
Guyana 1 1 0 [72]
Ivory Coast 1 0 0 [73]
Jordan 1 0 0 [28]
Monaco 1 0 0 [28]
Mongolia 1 0 0 [28]
Nepal 1 0 1 [28]
St. Vincent & Grenadines 1 0 0 [28]
Togo 1 0 0 [28]
Trinidad and Tobago 1 0 0 [28]
Turkey 1 0 0 [74]
Vatican City 1 0 0 [28]
As of 13 March 2020 · History of cases: China, international

Confirmed cases

As of 12 March 2020, a total of 129,304 cases were confirmed with 60,643 active cases in 125 countries and territories around the world, including 5 cruise ships (the Grand Princess, the MS River Anuket, MS Westerdam, World Dream and the Diamond Princess).

Statistics

Africa

Cases have been confirmed in Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Ghana, Ivory Coast,[75] Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa,[76] Togo, and Tunisia. According to Michael Yao, WHO's head of emergency operations in Africa, early detection is vital because the continent's health systems "are already overwhelmed by many ongoing disease outbreaks".[77]

Asia

The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic was first manifested by a cluster of mysterious pneumonia in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei in Mainland China from where it spread to other provinces in China.[citation needed] Afterwards, many Asian countries started to report cases, with some of the most affected countries being China, South Korea, Japan, and Iran. Sophisticated modelling of the outbreak suggests that the number of cases in China would have been many times higher without interventions such as early detection, isolation of the infected, and travel restrictions.[78] As of 11 March, cases were recorded in all countries in Asia except East Timor, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan (while Laos, Myanmar, North Korea, and Yemen have suspected cases).

Europe

Initial cases in Europe were reported in France and in Germany and other countries with relatively low number of cases. On 21 February, a large outbreak was reported in Italy, mostly in the north, near Milan. As of 10 March, there have been over 16,897 confirmed cases and 545 deaths in Europe, the vast majority being in Italy. As of 10 March, there have been 9,172 confirmed cases and 463 deaths in Italy. As of 6 March, there have been 4,636 cases and 197 deaths in Italy.[79][80] On 8 March, Italy had 5,883 total cases and 233 deaths.[81] On 9 March, the Cyprus Health Ministry announced 2 coronavirus cases, one in Nicosia and one in Limassol.[82] As of 11 March, cases were recorded in all European countries (some of them linked to the outbreak in Italy) except in Kosovo and Montenegro.

North America

Cases have been confirmed in Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, the United States, and French Overseas Regions.

Oceania

Cases have been confirmed in Australia, New Zealand, and French Polynesia.

South America

Cases have been confirmed in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, and Peru.

International conveyance

The outbreak spread to several cruise ships including the Diamond Princess, the Grand Princess, the World Dream, and the MS Westerdam.[83][84][85]

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