Mapping the Coronavirus Outbreak Across the World

Updated:
Testing data as of
Sources: OECD for number of hospital beds (2016 for the U.S., 2017 for other countries), government agencies and the COVID Tracking Project via Our World in Data for testing data (various recent dates) (reported in the past 45 days) and the U.S. Census Bureau for population figures (2019).

The world is bracing for a new wave of Covid-19 infections, as the coronavirus pandemic has infected more than   people and killed more than   globally since late January 2020. Efforts many countries took to stamp out the pneumonia-like illness led to entire nations enforcing lockdowns, widespread halts of international travel, mass layoffs and battered financial markets. Recent attempts to revive social life and financial activities have resulted in another surge in cases and hospitalizations, though new drugs and improved care may help more people who get seriously ill survive.

Getting to a Flatter Curve 👆

The first  days with more than 100 confirmed cases
  • Asia
  • Other
Note: JHU CSSE reporting began on January 22, 2020, when mainland China had already surpassed 500 cases.
Source: Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering
Confirmed cases worldwide
Deaths worldwide
Jurisdictions with cases confirmed as of
  • 1–99
  • 100–999
  • 1,000–9,999
  • 10,000–99,999
  • 100,000–999,999
  • 1,000,000–9,999,999
  • 10 million or more