Coronavirus: Italy deaths at 3,405; cases up 41,000

Italy‘s death toll from pandemic surpasses numbers from China as Beijing reports at least 228 new cases from abroad.

by Ted Regencia & Farah Najjar of Aljazeera

The death toll from an outbreak of coronavirus in Italy rose in the last 24 hours by 427 to 3,405, overtaking the total number of deaths so far registered in China, officials said, as the tally worldwide nears 10,000.

The total number of infections in Italy has also risen to more than 41,000, while cases in Germany, Iran and Spain rose to more than 15,000 each. Cases in the US also surged past 13,000, while the number of deaths hit 200, forcing the state of California to order a state-wide lockdown.

More than 209,000 people have now been confirmed with the coronavirus globally, while more than 8,700 have died, according to the World Health Organization. 

Territories affected by Coronavirus

Here are the countries that have so far confirmed coronavirus cases:

Afghanistan – 22 cases

Albania – 55 cases, 1 death

Algeria – 72 cases, 6 deaths

Andorra – 39 cases 

Antigua and Barbuda – 2 case

Argentina – 79 cases, 2 deaths 

Armenia – 78 cases

Australia – 452 cases, 5 deaths 

Austria – 1,332 cases, 4 death

Azerbaijan – 34 cases, 1 death

Bahrain – 241 cases, 1 death 

Bangladesh – 18 cases, 1 death  

Belarus – 36 cases

Belgium – 1,243 cases, 10 deaths

Bhutan – 1 case 

Bolivia – 12 cases 

Bosnia & Herzegovina – 39 cases 

Brazil – 621 cases, 7 deaths

Brunei – 56 cases 

Bulgaria – 81 cases, 2 deaths

Burkina Faso – 27 cases, 1 death  

Cambodia – 47 cases 

Cameroon – 10 cases 

Canada – 690 cases, 9 deaths

Central African Republic – 1 case 

Chad – 1 case

Chile – 201 cases 

China – 80,928 cases, 3,245 deaths. 

Colombia – 65 cases 

Congo Republic – 3 cases 

Costa Rica – 50 cases 

Croatia – 102 cases, 1 death

Cuba – 4 cases, 1 death 

Cyprus – 49 cases 

Czech Republic – 434 cases 

Denmark – 977 cases, 4 death

Djibouti – 1 case

Dominican Republic – 21 cases, 1 death  

Ecuador – 111 cases, 2 deaths

Egypt – 256 cases, 7 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 1 case

Estonia – 225 cases 

Eswatini – 1 case

Ethiopia – 1 case

Faroe Islands – 47 cases 

Finland – 322 cases 

France – 9,134 cases, 264 deaths 

French Guiana – 11 cases 

Gabon – 1 case

Gambia – 1 case

Georgia – 34 cases 

Germany – 10,999 cases, 29 deaths

Ghana – 11 cases 

Greece – 464 cases, 6 deaths

Guatemala – 8 cases, 1 death  

Guinea – 1 case

Guyana- 7 cases, 1 death   

Honduras – 3 cases

Hungary – 50 cases, 1 death

Iceland – 247 cases 

India – 166 cases, 4 deaths

Indonesia – 309 cases, 25 deaths

Iran – 18,407 cases, 1,284 deaths

Iraq – 154 cases, 11 deaths

Ireland – 557 cases, 2 deaths

Israel – 529 cases 

Italy – 41,035 cases, 3,405 deaths

Ivory Coast – 3 cases  

Jamaica – 15 cases 

Japan – 1,614 cases, 36 deaths 

Jordan – 69 cases 

Kazakhstan – 33 cases

Kenya – 7 cases 

Kosovo – 20 cases 

Kuwait – 130 cases 

Latvia – 60 cases 

Lebanon – 124 cases, 4 deaths

Liberia – 1 case 

Liechtenstein – 19 cases 

Lithuania – 26 cases 

Luxembourg – 140 cases, 1 death 

Malaysia – 900 cases, 2 deaths 

Maldives – 13 cases 

Malta – 38 cases 

Mauritania – 1 case

Mexico – 118 cases, 1 death 

Moldova – 30 cases 

Monaco – 2 cases

Mongolia – 1 case

Montenegro – 8 cases

Morocco – 44 cases, 1 death

Namibia – 2 cases 

Nepal – 1 case

Netherlands – 2,460 cases, 76 deaths

New Zealand – 20 cases 

Niger – 1 case

Nigeria – 2 cases 

North Macedonia – 43 cases 

Norway – 1,470 cases, 3 deaths

Oman – 33 cases 

Pakistan – 440 cases, 2 deaths

Palestine – 44 cases 

Panama – 69 cases, 1 death.

Paraguay – 7 cases 

Peru – 117 cases 

Philippines – 187 cases, 14 deaths 

Poland – 238 cases, 5 deaths

Portugal – 448 cases, 2 death 

Qatar – 460 cases 

Romania – 217 cases 

Russia – 147 cases, 1 death

Rwanda – 11 cases 

Saint Lucia – 2 cases. 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 1 case

San Marino – 119 cases, 11 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 171 cases 

Senegal – 37 cases 

Serbia – 103 cases. 

Seychelles – 2 cases 

Singapore – 345 cases 

Slovakia – 97 cases 

Slovenia – 286 cases, 1 death

Somalia – 1 case

South Africa – 116 cases 

South Korea – 8,565 cases, 91 deaths 

Spain – 17,147 cases, 767 deaths

Sri Lanka – 59 cases

Sudan – 2 death

Suriname – 1 death 

Sweden – 1,196 cases, 8 deaths

Switzerland – 3,438 cases, 33 deaths 

Taiwan – 77 cases, 1 death 

Tanzania – 1 case 

Thailand – 272 cases, 1 death

Togo – 1 case

Trinidad and Tobago – 2 cases 

Tunisia – 25 cases 

Turkey – 359 cases, 4 deaths  

Ukraine – 14 cases, 2 deaths  

United Arab Emirates – 113 cases 

United Kingdom – 3,269 cases, 144 deaths

United States – 10,442 cases, 150 deaths

Uruguay – 50 cases 

Uzbekistan – 11 case 

Vatican City – 1 case 

Venezuela – 42 cases 

Vietnam – 66 cases 

Zambia – 2 cases 

 

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