Countries With Coronavirus Cases/Confirmed Cases Across The World/Covid19 Affected countries (stay safe) 

There are many countries with coronavirus cases across the world. These are confirmed cases that either leads to death of their inhabitants(people) or narrow escape from death. Although some people have recovered while many have been sent to their early grave.

The bottom line is what are you doing to stay safe? Are you adhering to the best preventive measures to stay alive? What information have you heard about the coronavirus cases?

The disease (coronavirus) is REAL and it spreads so fast that is why is now a pandemic disease because many countries across the world is in pain.

Zemotrex has a lot of articles on coronavirus, so I advice you to relax and grab all the information you need.

Corona Outbreak (Countries With Coronavirus Cases)

This is the latest outbreak so far, death tolls are increasing and still yet there is no confirmed case of the vaccine to cure it.

Surprisingly, US now has the third highest death toll after Italy and Spain, and the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world.

However, records have it that more than 820,000 people have been confirmed to have the virus, and at least 174,000 have recovered.

The disease took its first attack in a small city in china called Wuhan. Today, there is many death cases recorded in countries more than its origin.

Although, African countries have low recorded cases on the virus but the virus still lingers on and adequate measures needs to take place.

Obvious Symptoms

Fever

Fatique

Dry cough

Runny nose

Soar throat

Shortness of breath

Pains

Pneumonia

Countries Or Territories With Recorded And Confirmed Cases Of The Coronavirus

Below are different Countries With Coronavirus Cases. I want you to know that the figures below are not constant.

This is to say that, there are increasing death toll so the figures can change depending on the infected country.

United Kingdom – 34,192 cases, 3,611 deaths

Switzerland – 19,303 cases, 573 deaths

Turkey – 18,135 cases, 356 deaths

Belgium – 16,770 cases, 1,143 deaths

Netherlands – 15,819 cases, 1,490 deaths

Canada – 11,284 cases, 139 deaths

Austria – 11,383 cases, 168 deaths

United States – 257,773 cases, 6,586 deaths

Spain – 117,710 cases, 10,935 deaths

Italy – 115,242 cases, 13,915 deaths

Germany – 85,903 cases, 1,111 deaths

China – 82,509 cases, 3,326 deaths

France – 59,948 cases, 5,398 deaths

Iran – 53,183 cases, 3,294 deaths

South Korea – 10,062 cases, 174 deaths

Portugal – 9,886 cases, 246 deaths

Brazil – 8,076 cases, 329 deaths

Israel – 7,030 cases, 39 deaths

Sweden – 6,078 cases, 333 deaths

Australia – 5,330 cases, 28 deaths

Norway – 5,296 cases, 54 deaths

Russia – 4,149 cases, 34 deaths

Czech Republic – 3,869 cases, 46 deaths

Denmark – 3,861 cases, 139 deaths

Ireland – 3,849 cases, 98 deaths

Chile – 3,404 cases, 18 deaths

Malaysia – 3,333 cases, 53 deaths

Ecuador – 3,163 cases, 120 deaths

Poland – 3,149 cases, 59 deaths

Philippines – 3,018 cases, 136 deaths

Romania – 3,183 cases, 118 deaths

Japan – 2,617 cases, 63 deaths

India – 2,567 cases, 72 deaths

Luxembourg – 2,487 cases, 30 deaths

Pakistan – 2,450 cases, 35 deaths

Thailand – 1,978 cases, 19 deaths

Indonesia – 1,986 cases, 181 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 1,885 cases, 21 deaths

Finland – 1,615 cases, 19 deaths

Greece – 1,544 cases, 53 deaths

Mexico – 1,510 cases, 50 deaths

Panama – 1,475 cases, 37 deaths

South Africa – 1,505 cases, 7 deaths

Peru – 1,414 cases, 55 deaths

Dominican Republic – 1,380 cases, 60 deaths

Iceland – 1,319 cases, 4 deaths

Argentina – 1,265 cases, 37 deaths

Serbia – 1,171 cases, 31 deaths

Colombia – 1,161 cases, 19 deaths

Singapore – 1,114 cases, 5 deaths

Qatar – 1,075 cases, 3 deaths

United Arab Emirates – 1,024 cases, 8 deaths

Croatia – 1,011 cases, 7 deaths

Algeria – 986 cases, 86 deaths

Estonia – 961 cases, 12 deaths

Ukraine – 942 cases, 23 deaths

Slovenia – 897 cases, 17 deaths

New Zealand – 868 cases, 1 death

Egypt – 865 cases, 58 deaths

Iraq – 772 cases, 54 deaths

Armenia – 736 cases, 7 deaths

Morocco – 735 cases, 47 deaths

Lithuania – 696 cases, 9 deaths

Bahrain – 643 cases, 4 deaths

Hungary – 623 cases, 26 deaths

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 543 cases, 16 deaths

Moldova – 505 cases, 6 deaths

Lebanon – 508 cases, 17 deaths

Latvia – 493 cases, 1 death

Bulgaria – 477 cases, 12 deaths

Tunisia – 455 cases, 14 deaths

Kazakhstan – 453 cases, 14 deaths

Azerbaijan – 443 cases, 5 deaths

Andorra – 428 cases, 15 deaths

Slovakia – 426 cases, 1 death

Kuwait – 417 cases

Costa Rica – 396 cases, 2 deaths

North Macedonia – 384 cases, 11 deaths

Uruguay – 369 cases, 4 deaths

Cyprus – 356 cases, 10 deaths

Taiwan – 348 cases, 5 deaths

Cameroon – 306 cases, 7 deaths

Albania – 304 cases, 16 deaths

Belarus – 304 cases, 4 deaths

Jordan – 299 cases, 5 deaths

Burkina Faso – 288 cases, 16 deaths

Afghanistan – 273 cases, 6 deaths

Oman – 252 cases, 1 death

San Marino – 245 cases, 30 deaths

Cuba – 233 cases, 6 deaths

Vietnam – 233 cases

Honduras – 222 cases, 15 deaths

Uzbekistan – 221 cases, 2 deaths

Ghana – 204 cases, 5 deaths

Malta – 196 cases

Senegal – 195 cases, 1 death

Ivory Coast – 194 cases, 1 death

Nigeria – 190 cases, 2 deaths

Occupied Palestinian Territories – 171 cases, 1 death

Mauritius – 169 cases, 7 deaths

Montenegro – 160 cases, 2 deaths

Sri Lanka – 151 cases, 4 deaths

Georgia – 148 cases

Venezuela – 146 cases, 5 deaths

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 134 cases, 13 deaths

Brunei – 133 cases, 1 death

Bolivia – 132 cases, 9 deaths

Kyrgyzstan – 130 cases, 1 death

Kosovo – 126 cases, 1 death

Cambodia – 114 cases

Kenya – 122 cases, 4 deaths

Niger – 98 cases, 5 deaths

Trinidad and Tobago – 97 cases, 6 deaths

Paraguay – 92 cases, 3 deaths

Rwanda – 84 cases

Liechtenstein – 75 cases

Bangladesh – 61 cases, 6 deaths

Monaco – 60 cases, 1 death

Madagascar – 59 cases

Guinea – 52 cases

Guatemala – 47 cases, 1 death

Jamaica – 47 cases, 3 deaths

Barbados – 46 cases

El Salvador – 46 cases, 2 deaths

Mozambique – 10 cases

Seychelles – 10 cases

Suriname – 10 cases

Antigua and Barbuda – 9 cases

Eswatini – 9 cases

Guinea-Bissau – 9 cases

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 9 cases

Zimbabwe – 9 cases, 1 death

Angola – 8 cases, 2 deaths

Central African Republic – 8 cases

Chad – 8 cases

Sudan – 8 cases, 2 deaths

Fiji – 7 cases

Vatican – 7 cases

Nepal – 7 cases

Cape Verde – 6 cases, 1 death

Liberia – 6 cases

Mauritania – 6 cases, 1 death

Bhutan – 5 cases

Nicaragua – 5 cases, 1 death

Somalia – 5 cases

Botswana – 4 cases, 1 death

Gambia – 4 cases, 1 death

Belize – 3 cases

Burundi – 3 cases

Malawi – 3 cases

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 2 cases

Sierra Leone – 2 cases

Papua New Guinea – 1 case

Uganda – 45 cases

Djibouti – 40 cases

Togo – 39 cases, 2 deaths

Zambia – 39 cases, 1 death

Mali – 36 cases, 3 deaths

Ethiopia – 35 cases

Bahamas – 24 cases, 1 death

Republic of the Congo – 22 cases, 2 deaths

Eritrea – 22 cases

Gabon – 21 cases, 1 death

Myanmar – 20 cases, 1 death

Tanzania – 20 cases, 1 death

Guyana – 19 cases, 4 deaths

Maldives – 19 cases

Haiti – 18 cases

Syria – 16 cases, 2 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 15 cases

Mongolia – 14 cases

Namibia – 14 cases

Benin – 13 cases

Saint Lucia – 13 cases

Dominica – 12 cases

Libya – 11 cases, 1 death

Grenada – 10 cases

Laos – 10 cases