Coronavirus cases by country. Europe: the latest coronavirus counts, charts and maps

The reopening of the economy in late May in South Korea has brought a slight increase in the pace of growth in infections There have been 125,700 fatalities in the United States and 57,000 in Brazil, and these two countries account for more than a third of the overall total
This is calculated for each day by averaging the values of that day, the three days before, and the three next days In the absence of Government data released for these countries, we computed an estimated recovered value based on a comparative analysis of recovered data officially released by other European countries and on studies including WHO reports involving recovery rates and recovery duration

May 17 As the pace of increase in new infections slows in Europe, social and economic activities begin to restart, including Bundesliga soccer matches in Germany.

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June 27 Statistics from John Hopkins University show that the United States sets a record for new daily cases with more than 45,000, with the situation becoming more serious in southern states like Florida and Texas
Because of this, the number of newly-reported cases may not be the same as the difference between the total number of reported cases from one day to the next
April 15 NOTE: A major update involving Recovered data for France and Belgium previously showing only patients released from the hospital as well as Netherlands, Sweden, and Ireland has been performed today on Worldometer
You can then copy-paste the URL and share it July 17 Statistics from John Hopkins University show that Brazil now has more than 2 million cases and India more than 1 million
With its third straight day of 10,000 or more new cases, Russia sees its total rise above 150,000 California also issued a stay-at-home order on March 19

July 26 Statistics from Johns Hopkins University indicate that there are now 16 million cases worldwide.

Retailers would then be able to restart business from June
June 29 The number of global fatalities rises above 500,000, according to statistics from Johns Hopkins University
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One example of this is the United States
And we would like to thank the many hundreds of readers who give us feedback on this work every day There are also rapidly increasing cases in Latin American countries like Brazil, Mexico, and Peru, as well as India and South Africa
India has had 72,000 fatalities This provides a slightly clearer picture of where the pandemic is accelerating, slowing, or in fact reducing

According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, the United States has 15.

Countries where Coronavirus has spread
It is 12 days since the total cases hit 3 million on April 28
Europe: the latest coronavirus counts, charts and maps
These cases are removed daily from 21 May 2021
However, as of 14 th April, a single figure of cases: the sum of confirmed and probable cases