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Telesom Dahabshiil
Published On: Sun, Mar 15th, 2020

The Situation in the Worldwide Coronavirus List For Countries


Brussels (ANN)-The Situation in the worldwide Coronavirus Countries reported list by European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.


An agency of the European Union has Published latest report
Since 31 December 2019 and as of 15 March 2020, 151 363 cases of COVID-19 (in accordance with the applied case definitions in the affected countries) have been reported, including 5 758 deaths.

The deaths have been reported from China (3 203), Italy (1 441), Iran (611), Spain (136), France (91), South Korea (75), United States (57), Japan (22), United Kingdom (21), Netherlands (12), Switzerland (11), Iraq (9), Germany (8),

International conveyance in Japan (7), Philippines (6), San Marino (5), Belgium (4), Australia (3), Greece (3), Lebanon (3), Poland (3), Algeria (2), Argentina (2), Bulgaria (2), Ecuador (2), Egypt (2), India (2), Ireland (2), Albania (1), Austria (1), Canada (1), Guyana (1), Indonesia (1), Luxembourg (1), Morocco (1), Norway (1), Panama (1), Sudan (1), Sweden (1), Taiwan (1) and Thailand (1).

Cases have been reported on the following continents:

Africa: Egypt (93), Algeria (37), South Africa (24), Senegal (21), Morocco (18), Tunisia (16), Cote D’ivoire (4), Burkina Faso (3), Cameroon (3), Democratic Republic Of the Congo (2), Ghana (2), Namibia (2), Nigeria (2), Seychelles (2), Equatorial Guinea (1), Ethiopia (1), Gabon (1), Guinea (1), Kenya (1), Mauritania (1), Rwanda (1), Sudan (1), Swaziland (1) and Togo (1).

Asia: China (80 995), Iran (12 729), South Korea (8 162), Japan (780), Qatar (337), Malaysia (238), Singapore (214), Bahrain (211), Israel (178), Philippines (111), Kuwait (104), Indonesia (96), Lebanon (93), India (90), Saudi Arabia (86), Iraq (85), United Arab Emirates (85), Thailand (82), Taiwan (59), Vietnam (53), Brunei Darussalam (40), Palestine* (38), Pakistan (30), Oman (20), Sri Lanka (11), Afghanistan (10), Maldives (9), Cambodia (7), Kazakhstan (6), Bangladesh (3), Bhutan (1), Jordan (1), Mongolia (1) and Nepal (1).

America: United States (2 951), Canada (244), Brazil (121), Chile (61), Argentina (45), Panama (43), Peru (43), Mexico (41), Colombia (34), Ecuador (28), Costa Rica (27), Dominican Republic (11), Bolivia (10), Venezuela (10), Jamaica (8), Paraguay (7), Uruguay (6), Cuba (4), Honduras (3), Saint Lucia (2), Trinidad and Tobago (2), Antigua and Barbuda (1), Guatemala (1), Guyana (1), Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (1) and Suriname (1).

Europe: Italy (17 750), Spain (5 753), France (4 499), Germany (3 795), Switzerland (1 359), United Kingdom (1 140), Netherlands (959), Sweden (924), Norway (907), Denmark (827), Belgium (689), Austria (655), Greece (228), Czech Republic (214), Finland (210), Slovenia (181), Portugal (169), Iceland (138), Ireland (129), Estonia (115), Romania (113), Poland (104), San Marino (92), Russia (59), Serbia (46), Slovakia (44), Bulgaria (41), Albania (38), Luxembourg (38), Croatia (37), Hungary (31), Georgia (30), Latvia (26), Belarus (21), Cyprus (21), Armenia (20), Moldova (20), Azerbaijan (19), Malta (18), North Macedonia (13), Lithuania (9), Liechtenstein (4), Bosnia and Herzegovina (3), Monaco (3), Ukraine (3), Andorra (2), Turkey (2) and Holy See (1).

Oceania: Australia (249) and New Zealand (8).

Other: International conveyance in Japan (696).

  • This designation shall not be construed as recognition of a State of Palestine and is without prejudice to the individual positions of the Member States on this issue.

Here are a few things you can do to protect yourself and those around you:


Prepare, but don’t panic. Panic tends to lead to the spread of misinformation. We’ll get through this together. 

Know the symptoms. They include a fever, cough or shortness of breath – and may appear two to 14 days after exposure. If you’re worried you’re experiencing symptoms, please contact your primary care provider first.

Stay home if you are sick. Going out could worsen the spread of the virus and endanger at-risk populations like our seniors. 

Wash your hands regularly. Use soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Avoid touching your face. 


Cover your mouth and nose with your hand, elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.

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