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COVID-19 24/7 Latest Update

Global Corona Virus Cases Update

24 Sep 2020, 8:52 AM (GMT)
177,419,454 Total
3,838,641 Deaths
161,868,160 Recovered

Country Confirmed Recovered Recovered (%) Death Death (%) Active Active (%)
USA 34,352,185 28,578,701 83.2% 615,717 1.8% 5,157,767 15.0%
India 29,633,105 28,388,100 95.8% 379,601 1.3% 865,404 2.9%
Brazil 17,543,853 15,944,646 90.9% 491,164 2.8% 1,108,043 6.3%
France 5,744,589 5,511,166 95.9% 110,530 1.9% 122,893 2.1%
Turkey 5,342,028 5,211,022 97.5% 48,879 0.9% 82,127 1.5%
Russia 5,236,593 4,818,244 92.0% 127,180 2.4% 291,169 5.6%
UK 4,581,006 4,292,182 93.7% 127,917 2.8% 160,907 3.5%
Italy 4,247,032 4,014,045 94.5% 127,101 3.0% 105,886 2.5%
Argentina 4,172,742 3,771,968 90.4% 86,615 2.1% 314,159 7.5%
Colombia 3,802,052 3,539,442 93.1% 96,965 2.6% 165,645 4.4%
Spain 3,745,199 3,533,204 94.3% 80,579 2.2% 131,416 3.5%
Germany 3,725,303 3,590,900 96.4% 90,638 2.4% 43,765 1.2%
Iran 3,049,648 2,683,210 88.0% 82,351 2.7% 284,087 9.3%
Poland 2,877,819 2,649,080 92.1% 74,626 2.6% 154,113 5.4%
Mexico 2,459,601 1,960,036 79.7% 230,424 9.4% 269,141 10.9%
Ukraine 2,226,037 2,140,978 96.2% 51,847 2.3% 33,212 1.5%
Peru 2,007,477 N/A N/A% 189,261 9.4% 1,818,216 90.6%
Indonesia 1,927,708 1,757,641 91.2% 53,280 2.8% 116,787 6.1%
South Africa 1,761,066 1,616,405 91.8% 58,087 3.3% 86,574 4.9%
Netherlands 1,674,628 1,580,449 94.4% 17,715 1.1% 76,464 4.6%
Czechia 1,665,327 1,630,938 97.9% 30,229 1.8% 4,160 0.2%
Chile 1,487,239 1,413,414 95.0% 30,865 2.1% 42,960 2.9%
Canada 1,404,093 1,363,198 97.1% 25,972 1.8% 14,923 1.1%
Philippines 1,327,431 1,246,405 93.9% 22,963 1.7% 58,063 4.4%
Iraq 1,264,301 1,180,713 93.4% 16,762 1.3% 66,826 5.3%
Sweden 1,084,636 1,030,414 95.0% 14,537 1.3% 39,685 3.7%
Romania 1,079,879 1,044,563 96.7% 31,957 3.0% 3,359 0.3%
Belgium 1,077,087 1,003,023 93.1% 25,099 2.3% 48,965 4.5%
Pakistan 944,065 882,332 93.5% 21,828 2.3% 39,905 4.2%
Portugal 859,045 816,503 95.0% 17,049 2.0% 25,493 3.0%
Israel 839,701 833,052 99.2% 6,428 0.8% 221 0.0%
Bangladesh 833,291 771,073 92.5% 13,222 1.6% 48,996 5.9%
Hungary 807,102 731,626 90.6% 29,935 3.7% 45,541 5.6%
Japan 776,307 733,316 94.5% 14,126 1.8% 28,865 3.7%
Jordan 744,377 727,670 97.8% 9,614 1.3% 7,093 1.0%
Serbia 715,147 704,472 98.5% 6,976 1.0% 3,699 0.5%
Switzerland 700,978 668,678 95.4% 10,864 1.5% 21,436 3.1%
Malaysia 667,876 593,695 88.9% 4,069 0.6% 70,112 10.5%
Austria 648,849 634,439 97.8% 10,668 1.6% 3,742 0.6%
Nepal 612,202 540,439 88.3% 8,506 1.4% 63,257 10.3%
UAE 601,950 581,139 96.5% 1,734 0.3% 19,077 3.2%
Lebanon 542,819 527,949 97.3% 7,804 1.4% 7,066 1.3%
Morocco 524,475 511,794 97.6% 9,217 1.8% 3,464 0.7%
Saudi Arabia 468,175 450,255 96.2% 7,606 1.6% 10,314 2.2%
Ecuador 439,374 398,645 90.7% 21,061 4.8% 19,668 4.5%
Bulgaria 420,654 390,971 92.9% 17,932 4.3% 11,751 2.8%
Greece 416,195 394,314 94.7% 12,459 3.0% 9,422 2.3%
Bolivia 411,677 326,484 79.3% 15,738 3.8% 69,455 16.9%
Belarus 406,861 399,549 98.2% 2,995 0.7% 4,317 1.1%
Kazakhstan 404,064 379,974 94.0% 4,195 1.0% 19,895 4.9%
Paraguay 396,149 330,395 83.4% 11,069 2.8% 54,685 13.8%
Slovakia 391,087 377,420 96.5% 12,446 3.2% 1,221 0.3%
Panama 389,173 373,070 95.9% 6,452 1.7% 9,651 2.5%
Tunisia 372,221 324,846 87.3% 13,656 3.7% 33,719 9.1%
Croatia 358,677 349,750 97.5% 8,160 2.3% 767 0.2%
Georgia 355,368 341,103 96.0% 5,083 1.4% 9,182 2.6%
Costa Rica 345,312 265,255 76.8% 4,407 1.3% 75,650 21.9%
Uruguay 343,615 307,189 89.4% 5,089 1.5% 31,337 9.1%
Azerbaijan 335,264 328,876 98.1% 4,958 1.5% 1,430 0.4%
Kuwait 331,013 312,850 94.5% 1,831 0.6% 16,332 4.9%
Palestine 311,948 304,390 97.6% 3,542 1.1% 4,016 1.3%
Dominican Republic 310,391 253,272 81.6% 3,717 1.2% 53,402 17.2%
Denmark 290,333 280,084 96.5% 2,527 0.9% 7,722 2.7%
Lithuania 277,942 264,037 95.0% 4,348 1.6% 9,557 3.4%
Ethiopia 274,480 251,880 91.8% 4,257 1.6% 18,343 6.7%
Egypt 274,404 202,650 73.9% 15,691 5.7% 56,063 20.4%
Guatemala 273,730 248,316 90.7% 8,500 3.1% 16,914 6.2%
Ireland 267,344 250,731 93.8% 4,941 1.8% 11,672 4.4%
Bahrain 260,334 247,493 95.1% 1,246 0.5% 11,595 4.5%
Slovenia 256,581 249,642 97.3% 4,408 1.7% 2,531 1.0%
Moldova 255,878 248,812 97.2% 6,156 2.4% 910 0.4%
Venezuela 254,116 234,393 92.2% 2,865 1.1% 16,858 6.6%
Honduras 249,118 90,548 36.3% 6,674 2.7% 151,896 61.0%
Oman 238,566 212,064 88.9% 2,565 1.1% 23,937 10.0%
Sri Lanka 228,256 192,478 84.3% 2,315 1.0% 33,463 14.7%
Armenia 223,805 215,455 96.3% 4,489 2.0% 3,861 1.7%
Qatar 220,033 217,352 98.8% 579 0.3% 2,102 1.0%
Bosnia 204,697 178,136 87.0% 9,534 4.7% 17,027 8.3%
Thailand 204,595 167,665 81.9% 1,525 0.7% 35,405 17.3%
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya 189,555 175,226 92.4% 3,166 1.7% 11,163 5.9%
Kenya 176,137 120,894 68.6% 3,428 1.9% 51,815 29.4%
Nigeria 167,095 163,483 97.8% 2,117 1.3% 1,495 0.9%
Cuba 160,594 152,014 94.7% 1,106 0.7% 7,474 4.7%
Macedonia 155,568 149,676 96.2% 5,472 3.5% 420 0.3%
S. Korea 149,191 140,438 94.1% 1,993 1.3% 6,760 4.5%
Myanmar 146,051 133,104 91.1% 3,248 2.2% 9,699 6.6%
Latvia 136,247 130,823 96.0% 2,464 1.8% 2,960 2.2%
Algeria 134,115 93,355 69.6% 3,588 2.7% 37,172 27.7%
Albania 132,469 129,879 98.0% 2,454 1.9% 136 0.1%
Estonia 130,599 125,929 96.4% 1,266 1.0% 3,404 2.6%
Norway 128,499 88,952 69.2% 789 0.6% 38,758 30.2%
Zambia 115,824 99,895 86.2% 1,444 1.2% 14,485 12.5%
Kyrgyzstan 111,990 103,565 92.5% 1,912 1.7% 6,513 5.8%
Uzbekistan 104,463 100,328 96.0% 711 0.7% 3,424 3.3%
Montenegro 99,988 97,980 98.0% 1,602 1.6% 406 0.4%
Ghana 94,699 92,696 97.9% 790 0.8% 1,213 1.3%
Finland 93,923 46,000 49.0% 964 1.0% 46,959 50.0%
Afghanistan 93,765 61,820 65.9% 3,705 4.0% 28,240 30.1%
China 91,492 86,369 94.4% 4,636 5.1% 487 0.5%
Mongolia 83,128 58,649 70.6% 389 0.5% 24,090 29.0%
Cameroon 80,090 77,305 96.5% 1,310 1.6% 1,475 1.8%
El Salvador 76,297 70,791 92.8% 2,305 3.0% 3,201 4.2%
Cyprus 73,311 71,716 97.8% 374 0.5% 1,221 1.7%
Mozambique 71,651 69,937 97.6% 842 1.2% 872 1.2%
Maldives 70,897 62,533 88.2% 198 0.3% 8,166 11.5%
Luxembourg 70,466 69,130 98.1% 818 1.2% 518 0.7%
Namibia 67,021 55,538 82.9% 1,040 1.6% 10,443 15.6%
Uganda 64,521 48,480 75.1% 459 0.7% 15,582 24.2%
Singapore 62,315 61,911 99.4% 34 0.1% 370 0.6%
Botswana 61,457 56,798 92.4% 926 1.5% 3,733 6.1%
Jamaica 49,379 27,919 56.5% 1,012 2.0% 20,448 41.4%
Côte d'Ivoire 47,909 47,266 98.7% 306 0.6% 337 0.7%
Senegal 42,050 40,637 96.6% 1,156 2.7% 257 0.6%
Madagascar 41,966 40,279 96.0% 891 2.1% 796 1.9%
Zimbabwe 40,318 37,056 91.9% 1,637 4.1% 1,625 4.0%
Cambodia 40,157 34,325 85.5% 368 0.9% 5,464 13.6%
Angola 36,921 30,775 83.4% 842 2.3% 5,304 14.4%
Sudan 36,304 29,994 82.6% 2,732 7.5% 3,578 9.9%
DRC 35,918 27,859 77.6% 854 2.4% 7,205 20.1%
Malawi 34,588 32,773 94.8% 1,162 3.4% 653 1.9%
Cabo Verde 31,704 30,590 96.5% 276 0.9% 838 2.6%
Malta 30,582 30,112 98.5% 419 1.4% 51 0.2%
Australia 30,285 29,189 96.4% 910 3.0% 186 0.6%
Trinidad and Tobago 29,309 19,667 67.1% 686 2.3% 8,956 30.6%
Rwanda 28,912 26,383 91.3% 372 1.3% 2,157 7.5%
Réunion 28,441 26,333 92.6% 220 0.8% 1,888 6.6%
French Guiana 25,950 9,995 38.5% 136 0.5% 15,819 61.0%
Syrian Arab Republic 24,904 21,690 87.1% 1,821 7.3% 1,393 5.6%
Gabon 24,755 23,910 96.6% 157 0.6% 688 2.8%
Guinea 23,398 21,488 91.8% 167 0.7% 1,743 7.4%
Mayotte 20,176 2,964 14.7% 173 0.9% 17,039 84.5%
Mauritania 20,151 19,223 95.4% 477 2.4% 451 2.2%
French Polynesia 18,947 18,771 99.1% 142 0.7% 34 0.2%
Suriname 18,825 14,423 76.6% 418 2.2% 3,984 21.2%
Swaziland 18,754 17,959 95.8% 676 3.6% 119 0.6%
Guyana 18,530 16,401 88.5% 437 2.4% 1,692 9.1%
Papua New Guinea 16,791 16,132 96.1% 165 1.0% 494 2.9%
Haiti 16,775 12,568 74.9% 360 2.1% 3,847 22.9%
Guadeloupe 16,608 2,250 13.5% 225 1.4% 14,133 85.1%
Somalia 14,823 7,099 47.9% 775 5.2% 6,949 46.9%
Mali 14,356 9,985 69.6% 523 3.6% 3,848 26.8%
Andorra 13,828 13,626 98.5% 127 0.9% 75 0.5%
Togo 13,651 13,316 97.5% 126 0.9% 209 1.5%
Seychelles 13,630 12,173 89.3% 50 0.4% 1,407 10.3%
Burkina Faso 13,459 13,287 98.7% 167 1.2% 5 0.0%
Taiwan 13,409 8,042 60.0% 478 3.6% 4,889 36.5%
Tajikistan 13,308 13,218 99.3% 90 0.7% N/A N/A%
Belize 12,989 12,490 96.2% 326 2.5% 173 1.3%
Curaçao 12,296 12,145 98.8% 123 1.0% 28 0.2%
Bahamas 12,225 11,174 91.4% 239 2.0% 812 6.6%
Martinique 12,178 98 0.8% 98 0.8% 11,982 98.4%
Congo 12,121 11,211 92.5% 160 1.3% 750 6.2%
Hong Kong 11,881 11,600 97.6% 210 1.8% 71 0.6%
Djibouti 11,575 11,408 98.6% 154 1.3% 13 0.1%
Vietnam 11,304 4,539 40.2% 61 0.5% 6,704 59.3%
Aruba 11,084 10,958 98.9% 107 1.0% 19 0.2%
Lesotho 10,923 6,443 59.0% 326 3.0% 4,154 38.0%
South Sudan 10,688 10,514 98.4% 115 1.1% 59 0.6%
Equatorial Guinea 8,662 8,413 97.1% 120 1.4% 129 1.5%
Timor-Leste 8,412 7,039 83.7% 19 0.2% 1,354 16.1%
Benin 8,140 7,979 98.0% 103 1.3% 58 0.7%
Nicaragua 7,696 4,225 54.9% 188 2.4% 3,283 42.7%
Central African Republic 7,101 6,859 96.6% 98 1.4% 144 2.0%
Yemen 6,864 3,775 55.0% 1,350 19.7% 1,739 25.3%
Iceland 6,622 6,562 99.1% 30 0.5% 30 0.5%
Gambia 6,016 5,822 96.8% 180 3.0% 14 0.2%
Niger 5,452 5,172 94.9% 192 3.5% 88 1.6%
Saint Lucia 5,186 5,018 96.8% 80 1.5% 88 1.7%
San Marino 5,090 4,999 98.2% 90 1.8% 1 0.0%
Burundi 5,037 773 15.3% 8 0.2% 4,256 84.5%
Eritrea 5,012 4,486 89.5% 17 0.3% 509 10.2%
Chad 4,943 4,767 96.4% 174 3.5% 2 0.0%
Sierra Leone 4,449 3,191 71.7% 82 1.8% 1,176 26.4%
Gibraltar 4,312 4,205 97.5% 94 2.2% 13 0.3%
Channel Islands 4,112 3,956 96.2% 86 2.1% 70 1.7%
Barbados 4,038 3,971 98.3% 47 1.2% 20 0.5%
Comoros 3,901 3,738 95.8% 146 3.7% 17 0.4%
Guinea-Bissau 3,803 3,548 93.3% 69 1.8% 186 4.9%
Liechtenstein 3,026 2,954 97.6% 59 1.9% 13 0.4%
New Zealand 2,711 2,662 98.2% 26 1.0% 23 0.8%
Liberia 2,575 2,099 81.5% 94 3.7% 382 14.8%
Sint Maarten 2,543 2,442 96.0% 32 1.3% 69 2.7%
Monaco 2,532 2,473 97.7% 33 1.3% 26 1.0%
Bermuda 2,499 2,461 98.5% 33 1.3% 5 0.2%
Turks and Caicos Islands 2,423 2,389 98.6% 18 0.7% 16 0.7%
Sao Tome and Principe 2,358 2,307 97.8% 37 1.6% 14 0.6%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2,158 1,900 88.0% 12 0.6% 246 11.4%
Saint Martin 2,040 1,399 68.6% 12 0.6% 629 30.8%
Lao People's Democratic Republic 2,033 1,910 93.9% 3 0.1% 120 5.9%
Bhutan 1,842 1,496 81.2% 1 0.1% 345 18.7%
Mauritius 1,701 1,265 74.4% 18 1.1% 418 24.6%
Caribbean Netherlands 1,623 1,598 98.5% 17 1.0% 8 0.5%
Isle of Man 1,599 1,566 97.9% 29 1.8% 4 0.3%
Fiji 1,322 367 27.8% 5 0.4% 950 71.9%
Antigua and Barbuda 1,263 1,214 96.1% 42 3.3% 7 0.6%
St. Barth 1,005 462 46.0% 1 0.1% 542 53.9%
Faroe Islands 757 728 96.2% 1 0.1% 28 3.7%
Diamond Princess 712 699 98.2% 13 1.8% N/A N/A%
Cayman Islands 599 581 97.0% 2 0.3% 16 2.7%
Tanzania 509 183 36.0% 21 4.1% 305 59.9%
Wallis and Futuna 445 438 98.4% 7 1.6% N/A N/A%
Brunei 250 239 95.6% 3 1.2% 8 3.2%
British Virgin Islands 248 209 84.3% 1 0.4% 38 15.3%
Saint Kitts and Nevis 209 64 30.6% N/A N/A% 145 69.4%
Dominica 189 188 99.5% N/A N/A% 1 0.5%
Grenada 161 160 99.4% 1 0.6% N/A N/A%
New Caledonia 128 58 45.3% N/A N/A% 70 54.7%
Anguilla 109 109 100.0% N/A N/A% N/A N/A%
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) 63 63 100.0% N/A N/A% N/A N/A%
Macao 52 51 98.1% N/A N/A% 1 1.9%
Greenland 49 40 81.6% N/A N/A% 9 18.4%
Holy See (Vatican City State) 27 27 100.0% N/A N/A% N/A N/A%
Saint Pierre Miquelon 25 25 100.0% N/A N/A% N/A N/A%
Montserrat 20 19 95.0% 1 5.0% N/A N/A%
Solomon Islands 20 20 100.0% N/A N/A% N/A N/A%
Western Sahara 10 8 80.0% 1 10.0% 1 10.0%
MS Zaandam 9 7 77.8% 2 22.2% N/A N/A%
Marshall Islands 4 4 100.0% N/A N/A% N/A N/A%
Vanuatu 4 3 75.0% 1 25.0% N/A N/A%
Samoa 3 3 100.0% N/A N/A% N/A N/A%
Saint Helena 2 2 100.0% N/A N/A% N/A N/A%
Micronesia 1 1 100.0% N/A N/A% N/A N/A%
Total 177,419,454 161,868,160 91.2% 3,838,641 2.2% 11,712,653 6.6%

Prevention

There’s currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
You can protect yourself and help prevent spreading the virus to others if you:
Do
-Wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds, with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub.
-Cover your nose and mouth with a disposable tissue or flexed elbow when you cough or sneeze.
-Avoid close contact (1 meter or 3 feet) with people who are unwell.
-Stay home and self-isolate from others in the household if you feel unwell.
Don’t
-Touch your eyes, nose, or mouth if your hands are not clean.

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus. The disease causes respiratory illness (like the flu) with symptoms such as a cough, fever, and in more severe cases, difficulty breathing. You can protect yourself by washing your hands frequently, avoiding touching your face, and avoiding close contact (1 meter or 3 feet) with people who are unwell.

HOW IT SPREADS
Coronavirus disease spreads primarily through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. It also spreads when a person touches a surface or object that has the virus on it, then touches their eyes, nose, or mouth.

Data Sources
WHO, CDC, ECDC, NHC, JHU CSSE, DXY & QQ

Comments 8

  1. Karen says:

    I would say that this pandemic will not end in just a year if we check those previous pandemic it takes years, the recent was 1918 which took 3 years before its gone.

  2. Richie says:

    i’ve heard from the news that a vaccine is discovered but its kind a costly around 4,200 us dollar per person. its very expensive to afford by the poor countries and even a rich country will really complain about the price if you have a million infected victim.

  3. James says:

    I cant believe its 3 million now…

  4. Alina says:

    For the international community, the tight information blockade increases the difficulty of understanding the true political and economic situation in China. But for people living in mainland China, true information means life.

    One example is the exposure of the SARS epidemic. Epoch Times was the first media to systematically and continuously report on SARS, which was crucial to the lives of people in the mainland.

    In February 2003, a professor of Guangdong Zhongshan University visited Hong Kong for medical treatment and stayed in Metropark Hotel, Mongkok. The infected professor and hotel guests introduced SARS to Hong Kong and around the world. However, as early as November 2002, a strange disease had been raging in mainland China and might have led to dozens of deaths.

    At that time, it was just before China’s political Two Sessions meeting. The authorities were trying hard to play down the issue and cover up the epidemic. Through various information channels, Epoch Times was able to report the extent of the epidemic, the scope, the affected population. Following these reports, other Chinese media began to publish related information. With the growing public pressure, the Chinese government was forced to admit to the SARS outbreak in China.

    It was not until the middle of March 2003 that the World Health Organization officially named the virus “severe acute respiratory syndrome” (SARS).

  5. Adelle says:

    The COVID-19 testing kit invented by microbiology and biotechnology expert Dr. Raul Destura and the scientists from the University of the Philippines (UP) completed the field validation last April 1. The Food and Drug Administration Philippines (FDA) is expected to issue the Certificate of Product Registration (CPR) for GenAmplify™ CoronaVirus 2019 (COVID-19) rRT PCR Detection Kit today, April 3, and will be ready for rollout tomorrow, April 4.

  6. Jason says:

    Iraq ‘determined’ to send planes to Europe despite ban

    The Baghdad government is “determined” to send Iraqi Airways planes to Europe to pick up citizens who want to go back home because of the coronavirus, the ministry of transport said on Sunday, despite an EU fly ban on the national carrier.

    Spokesman Salem Al Soudani told the official news agency that “the ministry is determined to send extraordinary flights to Europe next week to transport back the stuck Iraqis, after obtaining the necessary approvals”.

    There was no immediate comment from the EU, which banned Iraqi Airways from flying to Europe in 2015 for failing to meet international safety standards.

  7. Gemma says:

    UAE weighs quotas on countries refusing to accept their citizens

    The UAE is considering introducing quotas or employment clauses for workers from countries that have refused to take back their citizens amid the coronavirus outbreak.
    An official from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation told state news agency, Wam, it may suspend agreements with certain countries that have not responded to requests for repatriation from their citizens who work in the private sector in the UAE but want to return home because they have lost their jobs or were asked to take early leave by their companies.

    “Among the options currently being studied is ceasing labour agreements between the Ministry and authorities in the non-cooperative countries as well as setting strict restrictions on the recruitment of workers from these countries, including an application of a quota system,” the official said.

  8. Ellen says:

    New York State deaths exceed 700 for sixth straight day
    New York State had 758 deaths in the past 24 hours, down from 783 the day before and the third straight day of declines, Governor Andrew Cuomo said at his daily press conference.

    It’s the sixth straight day of more than 700 deaths in the state, a fact Cuomo called “tragic”.

    The state leads the US with more than 9,385 fatalities.

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