Covid-19 pandemic by country
This article provides an overview and documents the status of sites affected by SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and is responsible for the COVID-19 Pandemic. The first human case of COVID-19 was identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.
Total cases and deaths
Since 03:20 UTC on 6 May 2021, a total of 154,788,122 cases have been confirmed in more than 227 countries and territories, as well as 26 cruise ships and navies. There are 60,275,365 active cases and 3,237,808 deaths.
Deaths per one million
Pandemic by region
According to Michael Yao, WHO's head of emergency operations in Africa, early detection is critical as the continent's health system is "already overwhelmed by many of the ongoing disease outbreaks". The adviser said a strategy based on testing could allow African countries to minimize lockdowns which pose great difficulties for those who depend on day-to-day income to be able to feed themselves and their families. Even in the best-case scenario, the United Nations says 74 million test kits and 30,000 ventilators will be needed by the continent's 1.3 billion people by 2020. The number of infections exceeded one million by August 6, with five countries making up more than 75% of the total cases. confirmed: South Africa, Algeria, Egypt, Ghana and Nigeria. However, it is believed that there is much under-reporting in other African countries with poorer health care systems, and some countries such as Tanzania fail to provide useful statistics. The death rate of COVID-19 cases in African countries is relatively low compared to Europe due to the younger age of the population. Cases have been confirmed in all African countries, with Lesotho being the last country to report its first coronavirus case on 13 May 2020. No cases have been reported. reported in the British Overseas Territory at Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.
As of July 2, Antarctica is the only continent that has not been reached by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A small number of early cases in Europe were reported in France, Germany and other countries. On February 21, major outbreaks were reported in Italy, mostly in the north near Milan. Cases grew rapidly as the outbreak spread across Europe. Cases have been reported in all European countries when Montenegro reported a case on 17 March, and in almost all of Europe after the Isle of Man on 19 March, in the disputed area of Transnistria on 21 March, and the land Islands on 22 March. No cases have been reported in the Svalbard and Jan Meien Islands. WHO declared Europe as the new epicenter of the virus after the situation improved in China. On May 26, the epicenter was declared by WHO to have moved to America.
The first confirmed case occurred in Melbourne, Victoria on January 25. Many small Pacific island nations have so far avoided the outbreak by closing their international borders. As of October 28, 2021, no cases have been reported in the sovereign states of Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. No cases reported in American Samoa (United States territory), Cook Islands (related state in New Zealand), Niue (related state in New Zealand), Norfolk Island (Australian external territory), Pitcairn Islands (Overseas Territories) Britain), Tokelau (a territory of New Zealand), and Wallis and Futuna (a French overseas collectivity).
As of 16 August, 30,428 cases had been reported in Oceania; the five regions that reported the most cases were: Australia (23,288), Hawaii (4,825), Sel