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COVID-19
Global tracker
 
About this data
Reuters is collecting daily COVID-19 infections and deaths data for 240 countries and territories around the world, updated regularly throughout each day.
Every country reports those figures a little differently and, inevitably, misses undiagnosed infections and deaths. With this project we are focusing on the trends within countries as they try to contain the virus’ spread, whether they are approaching or past peak infection rates, or if they are seeing a resurgence of infections or deaths.
Read more about our methodology
Global daily statistics
COVID-19 infections are still rising in 28 countries. There have been at least 161,299,000 reported infections and 3,486,000 reported deaths caused by the new coronavirus so far.
New reported infections
Dec 31
May 13
7-day average
Daily new infections
200k
400k
600k
800k
Countries reporting the most new infections each day *
INDIA365,030
BRAZIL61,489
UNITED STATES35,651
ARGENTINA​20,932
COLOMBIA16,683
Reported deaths
Dec 31
May 13
7-day average
Daily deaths
5k
10k
15k
Countries reporting the most deaths each day *
INDIA4,033
BRAZIL1,924
UNITED STATES633
COLOMBIA478
ARGENTINA427
* Latest 7-day average reported
average increasing over last 2 weeks
average decreasing over last 2 weeks
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Vaccination
So far, at least 194 countries have begun vaccinating people for the coronavirus and have administered at least 1,398,994,000 doses of the vaccine.
Gibraltar leads the world and has administered enough vaccine doses for 110% of its population, assuming every person needs two doses.
About this data
This vaccine rollout data is reported by the number of doses of coronavirus vaccines administered, not the number of people who have been vaccinated. Because most vaccines require two doses and many countries have different schedules to deliver the second dose, we don’t know with this data how many people have ultimately received both doses.
Countries reporting the most doses administered per population*
Doses per 100 people
U.A.E.
ISRAEL
BAHRAIN
CHILE
U.K.
U.S.A.
MONGOLIA
HUNGARY
QATAR
URUGUAY
SERBIA
SINGAPORE
GERMANY
CANADA
LITHUANIA
0
50
100
150
Enough to give 2 doses to 80% of the population
*Countries with more than 1 million people
Who’s at the peak?
COVID-19 has hit some countries far harder than others, though differences in the way infections are counted locally make it impossible to make a perfect apples-to-apples comparison.
We want to know where infections are trending up or down relative to the size of the outbreak in each country. So in these charts we use a rolling 7-day average of the new infections countries report each day and compare where that average is now to where it was at its peak.
The percent of that peak a country currently reports gives us a better idea of how far it is from containing the spread of the virus relative to the worst days of its outbreak.
What you need to know
These charts emphasize the countries that are in the worst stage of their outbreaks, rather than the ones that are reporting the most infections. Keep in mind that the comparison will be affected if a country changes the way it reports or counts COVID-19 infections. Changing the count may mean the peak point of comparison would have been higher or lower if the country reported infections then the way it does now.
Countries near their highest daily average reported infections
Countries near their lowest daily average reported infections
17countries are still near the peak of their infection curve
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New infections reported by region
Of every 100 infections last reported around the world, more than 60 were reported from countries in Asia and the Middle East. The region is reporting a million new infections about every 2 days and has reported more than 45,804,000 since the pandemic began.
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Latin America and the Caribbean
Europe
Northern America
Africa
Oceania
*Shows rolling 7-day average reported
COVID-19
Global tracker
Countries nearest the peak of their infection curve
Average infections increasing over the last 2 weeks
... decreasing over the last 2 weeks
Europe
Greece
Sweden
Latvia
Netherlands
Belarus
Germany
Norway
Lithuania
Ukraine
Finland
Russia
Denmark
France
Croatia
Slovenia
Italy
Estonia
Bulgaria
Andorra
Switzerland
Spain
Austria
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Luxembourg
Montenegro
Serbia
Belgium
Poland
Hungary
Moldova
Romania
North Macedonia
Czech Republic
Monaco
Slovakia
Ireland
Liechtenstein
Albania
Iceland
United Kingdom
Portugal
San Marino
Malta
Faroe Islands
Aland Islands
Gibraltar
Isle of Man
Vatican City
Asia and the Middle East
Bahrain
Sri Lanka
Maldives
Thailand
Vietnam
Japan
Nepal
Timor-Leste
India
Malaysia
Taiwan
Kuwait
Cambodia
Iran
South Korea
Iraq
Philippines
Kazakhstan
Pakistan
Mongolia
Bhutan
Uzbekistan
Laos
United Arab Emirates
Afghanistan
Syria
Cyprus
Indonesia
Georgia
Oman
Saudi Arabia
Turkey
Qatar
Bangladesh
Palestinian territories
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Kyrgyzstan
Lebanon
Yemen
Jordan
Hong Kong
Singapore
Myanmar
Brunei
Mainland China
Israel
Macau
Tajikistan
Latin America and the Caribbean
Costa Rica
Cuba
Guyana
Suriname
Trinidad and Tobago
Paraguay
Colombia
Argentina
Honduras
Brazil
Venezuela
French Guiana
Uruguay
Ecuador
Guatemala
Peru
Chile
Guadeloupe
Dominican Republic
Bahamas
Bolivia
El Salvador
Sint Maarten
Jamaica
Saint Lucia
Martinique
Aruba
Mexico
Panama
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Haiti
Saint Martin
Nicaragua
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba
Antigua and Barbuda
Barbados
Saint Barthélemy
Belize
Curaçao
Turks and Caicos
Anguilla
Dominica
Falkland Islands
Grenada
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Cayman Islands
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Africa
Seychelles
Angola
Cape Verde
Egypt
Réunion
Namibia
Tunisia
Burundi
Republic of the Congo
Botswana
Madagascar
Gabon
Ethiopia
Kenya
Eritrea
Libya
Central African Republic
Algeria
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Mauritius
Rwanda
Sudan
Guinea
Benin
Mauritania
Togo
South Africa
Chad
Djibouti
Somalia
Senegal
Ivory Coast
Mali
Liberia
Ghana
Morocco
Sierra Leone
Burkina Faso
Uganda
Mozambique
Niger
Nigeria
Zambia
Gambia
Comoros
Guinea-Bissau
Lesotho
Malawi
South Sudan
Sao Tome and Principe
Eswatini
Mayotte
Zimbabwe
Cameroon
Western Sahara
Equatorial Guinea
Tanzania
Oceania
Papua New Guinea
New Zealand
Australia
Fiji
New Caledonia
French Polynesia
Northern America
Canada
United States
Bermuda
Greenland
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Data sources
Local state agencies, local media, Oxford Coronavirus Government Response Tracker, Our World in Data, The World Bank, Reuters research
Design and development
Gurman Bhatia, Prasanta Kumar Dutta and Jon McClure
Data collection and research
Abhishek Manikandan, Aditya Munjuluru, Ahmed Farhatha, Amal Maqbool, Aniruddha Chakrabarty, Anna Banacka, Anna Pruchnicka, Anurag Maan, Anuron Kumar Mitra, Arpit Nayak, Arundhati Sarkar, Cate Cadell, Chaithra J, Chinmay Rautmare, Christine Chan, Daniela Desantis, Diana Mandia Alvarez, Elizaveta Gladun, Emily Isaacman, Enrico Sciacovelli, Gautami Khandke, Gayle Issa, Hardik Vyas, Harshith Aranya, Javier Lopez, Joao Manuel Vicente Mauricio, Juliette Portala, K. Sathya Narayanan, Kanupriya Kapoor, Kavya B., Lakshmi Siddappa, Lisa Shumaker, Mrinalika Roy, Nallur Sethuraman, Natalie Vaughan, Nikhil Subba, Olga Beskrovnova, Padraic Cassidy, Rohith Nair, Roshan Abraham, Sabahatjahan Contractor, Sanjana Vijay Kumar, Seerat Gupta, Shaina Ahluwalia, Shashank Nayar, Shreyasee Raj, Nivedha S., Simon Jennings, Sridhar Shrivathsa, Veronica Snoj, Wen Foo and Yajush Gupta
Translation
Samuel Granados, Marco Hernandez, Erica Soh, Junko Tagashira, Momoko Honda, Kyoko Yamaguchi, Hiroko Terui, Pedro Fonseca, Olivier Cherfan, Kate Entringer, Dagmarah Mackos, Diana Mandia, Federica Mileo, Juliette Portala, Kate Entringer and Piotr Lipinski
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