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Where India Went Wrong, World Stats

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Entornointeligente.com / BBC- On Monday, a senior official from India’s federal government told journalists that there was no shortage of oxygen in Delhi or anywhere else in the country.

As he spoke, several small hospitals — only a few miles from where he stood in the capital — were sending out desperate messages about them running out of oxygen, putting patients’ lives at risk.

The chief doctor of one of the hospitals — a specialist paediatric facility — told the BBC that “our hearts were in our mouths” because of the risk of children dying. They got supplies just in time, after a local politician intervened.

Delhi oxygen crisis deepens as more patients die Anger rises as Covid rages in Modi’s constituency A visual guide to the Covid crisis in India What is the India Covid variant? And yet, the federal government has repeatedly insisted that there was no shortage. “We are only facing problems in its transportation,” Piyush Goyal, a senior official from India’s home ministry, said.

He also advised hospitals to “ensure judicious use of oxygen as per the guidelines”. Several doctors who have spoken to the BBC say they are giving oxygen only to patients who need it, but there is not enough.

But experts say that the shortage of oxygen is just one of the problems which shows both federal and state governments were not prepared, having failed to do enough to stop or minimise the damage of the second wave.

image copyright Getty Images image caption A street in Delhi in early March, when, despite warnings, India’s health minister said the country was in the “endgame” of Covid-19 Warnings have in fact been repeatedly issued, including:

In November, a parliamentary standing committee on health said there was an inadequate supply of oxygen and “grossly inadequate” government hospital beds In February, several experts told the BBC they feared an impending ‘Covid tsunami’ In early March, an expert group of scientists, set up by the government, warned officials about a more contagious variant of coronavirus spreading in the country — only for no significant containment measures to be taken, one scientist from the group told the BBC. The government has not made any comment on the allegations Despite this, on 8 March, the country’s health minister announced that India was in the “endgame of the pandemic “.

So, where did it go so wrong?

The basics In January and February, the national number of daily cases fell to under 20,000 from peaks of around 90,000 in September last year. Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared Covid beaten, and all places of public gathering opened .

And soon, people were not adhering to Covid safety protocols, thanks in part to confused messaging from the top.

While Mr Modi asked people to wear masks and follow social distancing in his public messages, he addressed large unmasked crowds during his election campaigns in five states. A number of his ministers were also seen addressing large public gatherings without wearing masks. The Kumbh Mela, a Hindu festival — which attracts millions — was also allowed to go ahead.

image copyright Reuters image caption The Kumbh Mela religious festival in mid-April, which, like political rallies at the time, were attended unmasked “There was complete disconnect between what they practised and what they preached,” says public policy and health systems expert Dr Chandrakant Lahariya.

Prominent virologist Dr Shahid Jameel says “the government just did not see the second wave coming and started celebrating too early”.

But there is more to the story: the devastation has also exposed the underfunding and neglect of the public healthcare system in India.

The heart-breaking scenes that have been witnessed outside hospitals — people dying without getting treatment — shows the grim reality of India’s healthcare infrastructure.

As one expert puts it, India’s “public health infrastructure was always broken, the rich and the middle class are just finding out”. Those who could afford it have always relied on private hospitals for treatment, while the poor struggle to get even a doctor’s appointment.

Recent schemes, like health insurance and subsidised medicines for the poor, are not helping because very little has been done in decades to increase the number of medical staff or hospitals.

India’s healthcare spending, including both private and public, has been around 3.6% of GDP for the past six years, the lowest percentage in the five Brics countries: Brazil spent the most at 9.2%, followed by South Africa at 8.1%, Russia at 5.3% and China at 5% in 2018.

Developed nations spend a far higher proportion of their GDP on health. In 2018, for instance, spending in the US was 16.9% and Germany 11.2%. Even smaller nations like Sri Lanka (3.76%) and Thailand (3.79%) spend more than India.

And India has fewer than 10 doctors per 10,000 people, and in some states the figure is less than five.

Preparation Several “empowered committees” were last year looking at the preparations needed to tackle the next coronavirus wave, so experts are baffled by the shortages of oxygen, beds and drugs.

“When the first wave was tapering, that’s when they should have prepared for a second wave and assumed the worst. They should have taken an inventory of oxygen and [the drug] remdesivir and then ramped up manufacturing capacity,” Mahesh Zagade, former health secretary of Maharashtra state, told the BBC.

Officials say India produces enough oxygen to meet the spike in demand but transportation was the problem. Experts say this should have been fixed much earlier.

The government is now running special trains carrying oxygen from one state to another and stopping use of oxygen in industries — but only after many patients died because of a lack of oxygen .

image copyright Getty Images image caption Very ill patients have been stuck outside hospitals as they wait for beds to become available “The outcome has been that desperate family members are spending thousands of rupees to secure an oxygen cylinder on the black market and then stand for hours in a queue to get it filled,” points out Dr Lahariya.

Meanwhile, those who can afford it are also paying hefty amounts to procure drugs like remdesivir and tocilizumab .

An executive from a pharmaceutical company which manufactures remdesivir said “demand had dried up” in January and February. “If the government had placed an order, we would have stockpiled and there wouldn’t have been any shortage. We have ramped up production but demand has grown significantly,” he said.

In contrast, the southern state of Kerala planned for the surge in advance. Dr A Fathahudeen, who is part of the state’s Covid taskforce, says there was no shortage of oxygen in the state as necessary steps were taken in October last year.

image copyright Getty Images image caption Relatives of patients have been refilling oxygen cylinders themselves “We also procured sufficient stock of remdesivir and tocilizumab and other drugs well in advance. We also have a surge plan in place to tackle any exponential rise in the numbers in the coming weeks,” he says.

Mr Zagade says other states should have also taken similar steps “to avoid the suffering”.

“Learning means someone else has done it and you can do it now, but that means it will take time,” the former health secretary for Maharashtra said.

But time is running out as the second wave is now spreading to villages where healthcare systems are not equipped to deal with the surge.

Prevention Genome sequencing of the virus is an important step in identifying new variants that could be more infectious and deadly. The Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomic Consortia (INSACOG) was set up last year and it brought together 10 labs in the country.

But the group reportedly struggled to get funding initially . Virologist Dr Jameel says India started seriously looking at mutations fairly late, with sequencing efforts only “properly started” in mid-February 2021.

India is sequencing just over 1% of all samples at the moment. “In comparison, the UK was sequencing at 5-6% at the peak of the pandemic. But you can’t build such capacity overnight,” he said.

However, India’s main hope was always vaccination.

image copyright Getty Images image caption This woman wanted to record the moment of vaccination “Any public health specialist will tell you there is no practical way to strengthen an already broken public healthcare system in a matter of months,” one woman, whose family runs a large private hospital in Delhi, told the BBC.

“The best and most effective alternative to battle Covid was to vaccinate the population as quickly as possible so the majority wouldn’t need hospital care and hence not overburden the healthcare system.”

India initially wanted 300 million people vaccinated by July, “but it seems the government did not do enough planning to secure vaccine supply to run the programme”, Dr Lahariya says.

“On top of it, it has opened the vaccination for all adults without securing vaccine supplies.”

So far, only about 26 million people have been fully vaccinated out of a population of 1.4 billion, and about 124 million have received a single dose. India has millions more doses on order, but still far short of what it actually needs.

The federal government needs 615 million doses to vaccinate everyone above the age of 45 — about 440 million people. There are 622 million people between the age of 18 and 44, and 1.2 billion doses are required to vaccinate them.

India’s vaccine shortage: The wait gets longer The government has also cancelled exports, reneging on international commitments.

The government has enlisted other firms like Biological E and the state-run Haffkine Institute to produce vaccines. It has also given credit support of $609m to the Serum Institute of India, which produces the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab which is being made in India as Covishield, to ramp up production.

But that funding should have come earlier, Dr Lahariya says, saving precious lives. “It will take months before we have enough vaccines to speed up the programme. In the meantime, millions will continue to be at risk of getting Covid,” he adds.

Experts say it is ironic that India is known as the world’s pharmacy and it is now facing shortages of vaccines and drugs.

All of this, Dr Lahariya says, should serve as wake-up call for for both federal and state governments, which should invest drastically more in the healthcare sector because “this definitely is not the last pandemic we will have to fight against”.

“The future pandemic may come earlier than any model can predict,” he says.

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WORLD STATS Coronavirus Cases: 155,060,050 view by country Deaths: 3,243,494 Recovered: 132,555,507   # Country, Other Total Cases New Cases Total Deaths New Deaths Total Recovered Active Cases Serious, Critical Tot Cases/ 1M pop Deaths/ 1M pop Total Tests Tests/ 1M pop Population World 155,060,050 +89,866 3,243,494 +2,816 133,303,495 18,513,061 110,731 19,893 416.1 1 USA 33,274,659 592,409 25,966,389 6,715,861 9,451 100,034 1,781 451,246,395 1,356,591 332,632,623 2 India 20,665,148 +6,914 226,188 +19 16,951,731 3,487,229 8,944 14,852 163 294,852,078 211,913 1,391,382,919 3 Brazil 14,860,812 411,854 13,442,996 1,005,962 8,318 69,499 1,926 46,439,030 217,180 213,827,754 4 France 5,680,378 105,387 4,717,083 857,908 5,504 86,863 1,612 77,243,683 1,181,187 65,394,942 5 Turkey 4,929,118 41,527 4,554,037 333,554 3,452 57,922 488 48,229,733 566,742 85,099,924 6 Russia 4,847,489 +7,975 111,895 +360 4,464,550 271,044 2,300 33,205 766 130,200,000 891,860 145,987,100 7 UK 4,423,796 127,543 4,234,772 61,481 185 64,879 1,871 159,657,232 2,341,512 68,185,535 8 Italy 4,059,821 121,738 3,524,194 413,889 2,423 67,230 2,016 59,552,161 986,175 60,386,998 9 Spain 3,544,945 78,399 3,222,697 243,849 2,292 75,795 1,676 47,213,067 1,009,473 46,770,012 10 Germany 3,448,182 84,285 3,084,700 279,197 5,049 41,045 1,003 55,490,413 660,529 84,009,107 11 Argentina 3,047,417 65,202 2,717,458 264,757 5,389 66,912 1,432 11,435,298 251,084 45,543,664 12 Colombia 2,919,805 75,627 2,737,757 106,421 6,006 56,875 1,473 15,060,360 293,359 51,337,597 13 Poland 2,811,951 +3,896 68,482 +349 2,540,684 202,785 2,469 74,367 1,811 14,490,193 383,220 37,811,727 14 Iran 2,591,609 +15,872 73,568 +349 2,039,427 478,614 5,499 30,528 867 16,511,987 194,502 84,893,621 15 Mexico 2,352,964 +3,064 217,740 +395 1,875,211 260,013 4,798 18,090 1,674 6,678,270 51,344 130,068,544 16 Ukraine 2,090,986 +2,576 45,077 +161 1,697,358 348,551 177 48,055 1,036 9,487,141 218,033 43,512,338 17 Peru 1,818,689 62,674 1,688,091 67,924 2,657 54,523 1,879 11,348,411 340,216 33,356,492 18 Indonesia 1,691,658 +5,285 46,349 +212 1,547,092 98,217 6,130 168 14,947,019 54,166 275,948,657 19 Czechia 1,639,248 +2,405 29,479 +23 1,568,630 41,139 473 152,834 2,748 19,088,160 1,779,668 10,725,686 20 South Africa 1,586,148 54,511 1,509,656 21,981 546 26,464 909 10,739,813 179,190 59,935,197 21 Netherlands 1,524,527 17,221 1,284,925 222,381 821 88,807 1,003 12,762,141 743,422 17,166,747 22 Canada 1,249,950 24,396 1,142,854 82,700 1,456 32,876 642 32,009,489 841,917 38,019,779 23 Chile 1,219,064 26,696 1,155,630 36,738 3,303 63,315 1,387 13,273,297 689,383 19,253,876 24 Iraq 1,086,141 15,608 971,793 98,740 579 26,507 381 9,484,523 231,466 40,975,955 25 Philippines 1,073,555 +5,685 17,800 +178 993,042 62,713 750 9,689 161 11,987,562 108,188 110,802,755 26 Romania 1,060,895 +1,564 28,616 +142 1,002,985 29,294 1,121 55,459 1,496 8,342,560 436,109 19,129,521 27 Belgium 999,627 +2,731 24,367 +45 876,674 98,586 795 85,938 2,095 12,694,315 1,091,327 11,632,000 28 Sweden 988,554 14,091 817,752 156,711 407 97,374 1,388 8,798,383 866,653 10,152,141 29 Pakistan 841,636 +4,113 18,429 +119 738,727 84,480 5,211 3,749 82 12,010,519 53,504 224,476,929 30 Israel 838,697 6,369 831,090 1,238 93 91,187 692 14,275,737 1,552,117 9,197,590 31 Portugal 837,715 16,981 797,901 22,833 87 82,358 1,669 10,677,767 1,049,755 10,171,675 32 Hungary 785,967 +1,130 28,173 +128 538,965 218,829 511 81,534 2,923 5,454,661 565,854 9,639,699 33 Bangladesh 767,338 +1,742 11,755 +50 698,465 57,118 1,093 4,621 71 5,560,678 33,485 166,065,347 34 Jordan 715,703 8,955 694,427 12,321 729 69,566 870 6,763,398 657,401 10,288,079 35 Serbia 694,473 6,456 648,438 39,579 138 79,754 741 3,869,214 444,343 8,707,728 36 Switzerland 665,585 10,667 594,764 60,154 221 76,436 1,225 7,001,299 804,031 8,707,747 37 Austria 624,595 10,291 593,684 20,620 459 69,019 1,137 32,895,293 3,635,018 9,049,554 38 Japan 607,626 10,420 534,836 62,370 1,083 4,817 83 12,053,709 95,550 126,150,440 39 UAE 529,220 +1,954 1,601 +3 509,658 17,961 52,972 160 45,058,538 4,510,120 9,990,540 40 Lebanon 529,205 7,368 472,133 49,704 513 77,828 1,084 4,041,816 594,411 6,799,697 41 Morocco 512,285 9,038 499,089 4,158 159 13,743 242 6,292,326 168,798 37,277,207 42 Malaysia 424,376 +3,744 1,591 +17 389,846 32,939 328 12,973 49 9,658,427 295,244 32,713,413 43 Saudi Arabia 421,300 7,006 404,707 9,587 1,356 11,946 199 17,166,028 486,736 35,267,638 44 Bulgaria 406,192 16,609 342,226 47,357 637 58,831 2,406 2,541,572 368,112 6,904,346 45 Ecuador 391,242 18,863 329,582 42,797 614 21,897 1,056 1,307,198 73,161 17,867,308 46 Slovakia 384,317 +708 11,886 +31 365,618 6,813 286 70,364 2,176 2,691,638 492,806 5,461,866 47 Panama 365,619 6,248 355,499 3,872 105 83,635 1,429 2,421,904 554,007 4,371,610 48 Belarus 362,594 2,582 353,081 6,931 38,383 273 5,902,915 624,865 9,446,708 49 Nepal 351,005 3,417 287,790 59,798 11,868 116 2,537,295 85,792 29,575,016 50 Greece 349,936 10,668 315,808 23,460 783 33,712 1,028 8,210,960 791,024 10,380,162 51 Croatia 339,412 +2,494 7,315 +51 319,962 12,135 246 83,109 1,791 1,846,554 452,151 4,083,931 52 Kazakhstan 332,369 +2,298 3,796 +34 284,371 44,202 221 17,525 200 10,405,087 548,649 18,964,925 53 Azerbaijan 322,761 4,597 296,875 21,289 31,594 450 3,279,163 320,988 10,215,842 54 Georgia 315,913 +2,171 4,207 +24 296,532 15,174 79,321 1,056 4,263,112 1,070,402 3,982,721 55 Tunisia 314,152 11,016 266,696 36,440 529 26,350 924 1,333,567 111,855 11,922,309 56 Bolivia 308,984 13,035 254,683 41,266 83 26,171 1,104 1,195,045 101,220 11,806,380 57 Palestine 298,921 3,296 277,673 17,952 129 57,481 634 1,754,630 337,404 5,200,378 58 Paraguay 286,667 6,722 237,276 42,669 553 39,782 933 1,121,160 155,588 7,205,952 59 Kuwait 279,085 1,601 262,582 14,902 207 64,552 370 2,360,837 546,055 4,323,445 60 Dominican Republic 268,070 3,504 229,368 35,198 204 24,506 320 1,413,746 129,237 10,939,135 61 Ethiopia 259,354 3,772 202,679 52,903 822 2,210 32 2,593,729 22,105 117,338,616 62 Costa Rica 257,980 3,310 206,319 48,351 408 50,258 645 1,010,785 196,914 5,133,139 63 Denmark 254,482 2,491 242,159 9,832 43 43,806 429 39,704,750 6,834,636 5,809,344 64 Lithuania 252,699 +1,235 3,993 +15 227,526 21,180 202 93,933 1,484 2,884,458 1,072,206 2,690,210 65 Moldova 251,504 5,869 241,553 4,082 198 62,469 1,458 998,125 247,915 4,026,070 66 Ireland 250,672 4,908 233,240 12,524 38 50,295 985 4,559,235 914,770 4,984,022 67 Slovenia 243,719 +929 4,279 +6 229,861 9,579 140 117,219 2,058 1,190,770 572,712 2,079,178 68 Egypt 231,803 13,591 173,341 44,871 90 2,230 131 2,715,258 26,121 103,947,817 69 Guatemala 230,095 7,606 207,862 14,627 5 12,648 418 1,275,566 70,114 18,192,633 70 Armenia 217,900 +493 4,178 +13 201,559 12,163 73,419 1,408 1,000,909 337,245 2,967,900 71 Honduras 215,833 +1,358 5,386 +19 79,350 131,097 566 21,505 537 638,283 63,597 10,036,433 72 Qatar 208,232 483 195,521 12,228 308 74,162 172 1,923,392 685,016 2,807,805 73 Uruguay 206,946 2,861 179,480 24,605 546 59,402 821 1,842,851 528,970 3,483,847 74 Venezuela 201,807 2,208 184,161 15,438 317 7,114 78 3,359,014 118,408 28,368,101 75 Bosnia and Herzegovina 199,463 8,713 161,369 29,381 61,117 2,670 913,433 279,883 3,263,620 76 Oman 198,572 +770 2,071 +9 180,547 15,954 281 38,078 397 1,550,000 297,224 5,214,917 77 Bahrain 181,880 662 169,852 11,366 101 103,889 378 4,155,732 2,373,737 1,750,713 78 Libya 178,672 3,049 164,663 10,960 25,710 439 966,204 139,031 6,949,549 79 Nigeria 165,215 2,063 155,371 7,781 11 785 10 1,939,165 9,217 210,400,771 80 Kenya 160,904 2,805 109,217 48,882 190 2,938 51 1,688,106 30,827 54,760,187 81 North Macedonia 152,814 4,992 134,653 13,169 124 73,352 2,396 726,409 348,682 2,083,302 82 Myanmar 142,858 3,209 131,997 7,652 2,611 59 2,583,157 47,210 54,716,023 83 Albania 131,327 2,402 112,626 16,299 18 45,677 835 641,608 223,156 2,875,153 84 S. Korea 124,945 +676 1,847 +7 114,944 8,154 173 2,435 36 8,994,069 175,301 51,306,296 85 Estonia 123,781 +430 1,183 +6 114,033 8,565 51 93,259 891 1,308,681 985,983 1,327,285 86 Algeria 122,999 3,289 85,693 34,017 28 2,763 74 230,861 5,186 44,513,150 87 Latvia 120,736 +358 2,166 +7 110,153 8,417 84 64,613 1,159 2,320,633 1,241,910 1,868,600 88 Sri Lanka 115,590 709 99,153 15,728 5,379 33 2,733,805 127,221 21,488,686 89 Norway 114,436 757 88,952 24,727 32 20,971 139 5,212,177 955,168 5,456,816 90 Cuba 110,644 686 104,326 5,632 115 9,774 61 3,720,729 328,663 11,320,799 91 Montenegro 97,813 1,516 94,216 2,081 64 155,720 2,414 379,549 604,249 628,133 92 Kyrgyzstan 96,561 1,630 90,146 4,785 72 14,599 246 1,004,603 151,885 6,614,251 93 Ghana 92,740 780 90,376 1,584 6 2,933 25 1,108,763 35,071 31,614,711 94 Uzbekistan 92,724 +404 655 88,535 3,534 23 2,737 19 1,377,915 40,676 33,875,328 95 Zambia 91,804 1,254 90,166 384 36 4,880 67 1,417,259 75,335 18,812,823 96 China 90,721 +7 4,636 85,766 319 5 63 3 160,000,000 111,163 1,439,323,776 97 Finland 87,798 +269 916 46,000 40,882 29 15,825 165 4,566,889 823,166 5,547,958 98 Thailand 74,900 +2,112 318 +15 44,360 30,222 981 1,071 5 8,124,896 116,158 69,947,216 99 Cameroon 72,250 1,107 67,625 3,518 385 2,666 41 1,257,949 46,424 27,096,952 100 Mozambique 70,031 817 67,342 1,872 38 2,190 26 522,290 16,329 31,984,850 101 El Salvador 69,727 2,137 65,264 2,326 31 10,705 328 924,481 141,929 6,513,696 102 Luxembourg 67,642 800 64,260 2,582 34 106,607 1,261 2,682,666 4,228,007 634,499 103 Cyprus 67,420 326 39,061 28,033 65 55,502 268 5,025,326 4,136,970 1,214,736 104 Singapore 61,268 +16 31 60,823 414 2 10,404 5 9,906,797 1,682,267 5,888,955 105 Afghanistan 61,162 +365 2,664 +10 53,750 4,748 1,124 1,542 67 412,798 10,408 39,660,178 106 Namibia 48,654 643 46,238 1,773 37 18,863 249 388,574 150,646 2,579,381 107 Botswana 47,851 724 45,645 1,482 1 20,010 303 1,036,708 433,534 2,391,298 108 Ivory Coast 46,173 291 45,694 188 1,715 11 594,288 22,074 26,923,064 109 Jamaica 46,087 793 21,646 23,648 26 15,507 267 336,394 113,187 2,972,026 110 Uganda 42,032 342 41,652 38 24 895 7 1,024,133 21,817 46,942,610 111 Mongolia 41,524 +1,128 130 +4 25,641 15,753 123 12,498 39 2,745,094 826,222 3,322,466 112 Senegal 40,544 +52 1,114 +3 39,242 188 12 2,369 65 485,915 28,397 17,111,708 113 Zimbabwe 38,327 1,574 35,775 978 12 2,548 105 422,127 28,059 15,044,073 114 Madagascar 38,116 +127 690 +8 34,060 3,366 389 1,348 24 187,749 6,638 28,284,528 115 Malawi 34,123 1,149 32,123 851 8 1,746 59 233,935 11,971 19,542,061 116 Sudan 33,648 2,365 27,247 4,036 753 53 232,965 5,211 44,703,612 117 Maldives 31,931 74 25,340 6,517 90 58,214 135 741,457 1,351,776 548,506 118 Malta 30,411 +30 416 29,715 280 68,721 940 876,070 1,979,681 442,531 119 DRC 30,071 770 26,282 3,019 327 8 150,462 1,639 91,827,365 120 Australia 29,862 +10 910 28,695 257 1 1,160 35 17,014,742 660,822 25,747,860 121 Angola 27,284 609 24,190 2,485 32 809 18 504,354 14,959 33,716,853 122 Rwanda 25,351 337 23,523 1,491 1 1,918 25 1,326,706 100,356 13,219,997 123 Cabo Verde 24,742 228 21,469 3,045 23 44,099 406 154,030 274,539 561,050 124 Gabon 23,201 140 19,740 3,321 22 10,223 62 736,002 324,294 2,269,555 125 Syria 23,051 1,617 17,529 3,905 1,291 91 103,566 5,800 17,855,295 126 Guinea 22,368 146 19,892 2,330 24 1,666 11 435,646 32,439 13,429,623 127 Réunion 21,601 150 19,848 1,603 36 23,983 167 102,720 114,048 900,675 128 Mayotte 20,094 170 2,964 16,960 3 72,201 611 171,277 615,427 278,306 129 French Guiana 19,882 104 9,995 9,783 16 65,158 341 220,284 721,921 305,136 130 French Polynesia 18,771 141 18,606 24 2 66,500 500 26,355 93,367 282,272 131 Mauritania 18,503 455 17,768 280 14 3,894 96 237,644 50,014 4,751,531 132 Eswatini 18,461 671 17,763 27 3 15,775 573 188,695 161,245 1,170,236 133 Cambodia 16,971 +672 110 +3 6,019 10,842 1,003 7 944,275 55,832 16,912,740 134 Guadeloupe 14,555 198 2,242 12,115 18 36,371 495 180,000 449,795 400,182 135 Somalia 14,121 721 6,009 7,391 868 44 115,330 7,092 16,262,588 136 Mali 13,969 492 8,808 4,669 674 24 257,736 12,429 20,736,548 137 Guyana 13,656 306 11,596 1,754 17 17,292 387 125,711 159,180 789,740 138 Burkina Faso 13,339 161 13,081 97 624 8 180,758 8,454 21,380,835 139 Andorra 13,316 127 12,818 371 13 172,110 1,641 193,595 2,502,230 77,369 140 Tajikistan 13,308 90 13,218 0 1,370 9 9,716,471 141 Haiti 13,149 260 12,151 738 1,142 23 60,085 5,216 11,519,007 142 Togo 13,037 123 11,306 1,608 1,545 15 313,400 37,130 8,440,633 143 Belize 12,675 323 12,254 98 1 31,400 800 119,467 295,957 403,664 144 Curaçao 12,217 111 11,816 290 22 74,197 674 96,833 588,089 164,657 145 Hong Kong 11,797 +6 210 11,462 125 3 1,563 28 11,193,673 1,482,995 7,548,020 146 Trinidad and Tobago 11,706 185 8,832 2,689 8 8,342 132 137,081 97,685 1,403,297 147 Martinique 11,558 83 98 11,377 24 30,820 221 163,838 436,878 375,020 148 Papua New Guinea 11,273 121 9,773 1,379 1,240 13 93,283 10,264 9,088,691 149 Djibouti 11,247 147 10,901 199 11,247 147 150,551 150,547 1,000,029 150 Congo 11,016 147 8,208 2,661 1,956 26 92,500 16,426 5,631,373 151 Lesotho 10,749 +16 319 +1 6,267 4,163 4,984 148 81,902 37,979 2,156,500 152 Aruba 10,704 100 10,467 137 14 99,900 933 150,674 1,406,236 107,147 153 Suriname 10,623 212 9,542 869 23 17,973 359 51,681 87,441 591,041 154 South Sudan 10,613 115 10,312 186 939 10 153,445 13,575 11,303,714 155 Bahamas 10,576 210 9,579 787 4 26,680 530 88,056 222,141 396,396 156 Benin 7,884 100 7,652 132 35 636 8 595,112 48,040 12,387,891 157 Equatorial Guinea 7,694 112 7,279 303 7 5,338 78 123,169 85,456 1,441,307 158 Nicaragua 6,989 183 4,225 2,581 1,045 27 6,690,605 159 CAR 6,521 91 5,112 1,318 2 1,331 19 40,907 8,348 4,900,000 160 Iceland 6,491 29 6,295 167 5 18,919 85 607,492 1,770,587 343,102 161 Yemen 6,390 1,240 2,948 2,202 23 210 41 28,115 926 30,374,411 162 Seychelles 6,373 28 5,277 1,068 64,466 283 21,504 217,524 98,858 163 Gambia 5,914 175 5,473 266 3 2,391 71 76,379 30,882 2,473,220 164 Niger 5,286 192 4,870 224 18 212 8 99,881 4,006 24,934,198 165 San Marino 5,067 90 4,935 42 4 149,069 2,648 61,760 1,816,952 33,991 166 Chad 4,835 170 4,565 100 287 10 114,347 6,799 16,818,375 167 Saint Lucia 4,585 +12 74 4,406 105 1 24,874 401 40,806 221,372 184,332 168 Gibraltar 4,286 94 4,188 4 1 127,245 2,791 235,484 6,991,182 33,683 169 Sierra Leone 4,068 79 3,078 911 501 10 153,257 18,891 8,112,508 170 Channel Islands 4,056 86 3,956 14 23,150 491 454,413 2,593,578 175,207 171 Burundi 4,052 6 773 3,273 333 0.5 90,019 7,387 12,185,574 172 Barbados 3,884 45 3,817 22 13,502 156 155,353 540,037 287,671 173 Comoros 3,846 146 3,676 24 4,345 165 885,071 174 Guinea-Bissau 3,737 67 3,359 311 9 1,862 33 63,989 31,886 2,006,812 175 Eritrea 3,681 12 3,503 166 1,026 3 23,693 6,604 3,587,526 176 Vietnam 2,996 35 2,560 401 31 0.4 2,598,753 26,498 98,073,291 177 Liechtenstein 2,948 57 2,830 61 7 77,132 1,491 39,109 1,023,260 38,220 178 Timor-Leste 2,653 4 1,334 1,315 1,981 3 69,967 52,236 1,339,435 179 New Zealand 2,629 +6 26 2,578 25 526 5 2,037,349 407,299 5,002,100 180 Monaco 2,468 32 2,390 46 2 62,519 811 51,953 1,316,065 39,476 181 Bermuda 2,427 +5 30 1,980 417 16 39,092 483 242,886 3,912,216 62,084 182 Turks and Caicos 2,396 17 2,343 36 2 61,191 434 57,655 1,472,444 39,156 183 Sao Tome and Principe 2,311 35 2,254 22 10,384 157 12,999 58,406 222,561 184 Sint Maarten 2,243 +3 27 2,193 23 1 51,821 624 26,359 608,978 43,284 185 Liberia 2,110 85 1,952 73 2 409 16 96,871 18,785 5,156,874 186 St. Vincent Grenadines 1,882 11 1,731 140 2 16,919 99 45,375 407,917 111,236 187 Saint Martin 1,745 12 1,399 334 7 44,495 306 27,588 703,452 39,218 188 Isle of Man 1,590 29 1,548 13 1 18,616 340 44,761 524,066 85,411 189 Caribbean Netherlands 1,560 16 1,532 12 59,031 605 10,040 379,914 26,427 190 Antigua and Barbuda 1,232 32 1,014 186 1 12,494 325 16,700 169,356 98,609 191 Mauritius 1,214 17 1,111 86 953 13 358,675 281,636 1,273,543 192 Taiwan 1,160 +7 12 1,074 74 49 0.5 555,429 23,285 23,853,021 193 Bhutan 1,135 1 999 135 1,457 1 716,469 920,047 778,731 194 Laos 1,072 +46 99 973 146 181,670 24,670 7,363,954 195 St. Barth 974 1 462 511 98,364 101 26,385 2,664,613 9,902 196 Diamond Princess 712 13 699 0 197 Faeroe Islands 668 +3 1 662 5 13,627 20 254,495 5,191,762 49,019 198 Cayman Islands 545 2 533 10 8,212 30 90,620 1,365,396 66,369 199 Tanzania 509 21 183 305 7 8 0.3 61,151,220 200 Wallis and Futuna 444 7 44 393 1 40,098 632 15,256 1,377,766 11,073 201 Brunei 228 3 218 7 517 7 121,565 275,663 440,992 202 British Virgin Islands 216 1 191 24 7,105 33 39,777 1,308,454 30,400 203 Dominica 174 172 2 2,412 14,936 207,053 72,136 204 Grenada 160 1 158 1 1,416 9 26,331 233,098 112,961 205 New Caledonia 124 58 66 431 31,166 108,290 287,800 206 Fiji 121 2 75 44 134 2 56,266 62,386 901,898 207 Anguilla 95 29 66 6,285 20,821 1,377,506 15,115 208 Falkland Islands 63 62 1 17,677 7,202 2,020,763 3,564 209 Macao 49 49 0 75 4,483 6,826 656,748 210 Saint Kitts and Nevis 45 44 1 841 13,691 255,835 53,515 211 Greenland 31 31 0 545 20,669 363,552 56,853 212 Vatican City 27 15 12 33,624 803 213 Saint Pierre Miquelon 25 25 0 4,333 5,318 921,664 5,770 214 Montserrat 20 1 19 0 4,004 200 1,313 262,863 4,995 215 Solomon Islands 20 20 0 29 4,500 6,420 700,934 216 Western Sahara 10 1 8 1 16 2 609,589 217 MS Zaandam 9 2 7 0 218 Vanuatu 4 1 3 0 13 3 23,000 73,451 313,134 219 Marshall Islands 4 4 0 67 59,525 220 Samoa 3 2 1 15 199,521 221 Saint Helena 2 2 0 328 6,092 222 Micronesia 1 1 0 9 116,034 Total: 155,060,050 +89,866 3,243,494 +2,816 133,303,495 18,513,061 110,731 19,892.8 416.1 Highlighted in green = all cases have recovered from the infection Highlighted in grey = all cases have had an outcome (there are no active cases) [ back to top ↑ ]

Latest News May 5 (GMT) Updates

30 new cases  in  Malta   [ source ] 2,494 new cases  and  51 new deaths  in  Croatia   [ source ] 1,564 new cases  and  142 new deaths  in  Romania   [ source ] 127 new cases  and  8 new deaths  in  Madagascar   [ source ] 15,872 new cases  and  349 new deaths  in  Iran   [ source ] 52 new cases  and  3 new deaths  in  Senegal   [ source ] 770 new cases  and  9 new deaths  in  Oman   [ source ] 1,954 new cases  and  3 new deaths  in  the United Arab Emirates   [ source ] 5,285 new cases  and  212 new deaths  in  Indonesia   [ source ] 3,744 new cases  and  17 new deaths  in  Malaysia   [ source ] 1,742 new cases  and  50 new deaths  in  Bangladesh   [ source ] 929 new cases  and  6 new deaths  in  Slovenia   [ source ] 3 new cases  in  Faeroe Islands   [ source ] 46 new cases  in  Laos   [ source ] 6 new cases  in  China, Hong Kong SAR   [ source ] 269 new cases  in  Finland   [ source ] 3,896 new cases  and  349 new deaths  in  Poland   [ source ] 708 new cases  and  31 new deaths  in  Slovakia   [ source ] 5,685 new cases  and  178 new deaths  in  the Philippines   [ source ] 7,975 new cases  and  360 new deaths  in  Russia   [ source ] 358 new cases  and  7 new deaths  in  Latvia   [ source ] 365 new cases  and  10 new deaths  in  Afghanistan   [ source ] 1,235 new cases  and  15 new deaths  in  Lithuania   [ source ] 16 new cases  and  1 new death  in  Lesotho   [ source ] 16 new cases  in  Singapore   [ source ] 12 new cases  in  Saint Lucia   [ source ] 430 new cases  and  6 new deaths  in  Estonia   [ source ] 1,130 new cases  and  128 new deaths  in  Hungary   [ source ] 3 new cases  in  Sint Maarten   [ source ] 5 new cases  in  Bermuda   [ source ] 2,405 new cases  and  23 new deaths  in  Czechia   [ source ] 2,171 new cases  and  24 new deaths  in  Georgia   [ source ] 493 new cases  and  13 new deaths  in  Armenia   [ source ] 7 new cases  in  Taiwan   [ source ] 672 new cases  and  3 new deaths  in  Cambodia   [ source ]   [ source ] 2,576 new cases  and  161 new deaths  in  Ukraine   [ source ] 404 new cases  in  Uzbekistan   [ source ] 2,112 new cases  and  15 new deaths  in  Thailand   [ source ] 4,113 new cases  and  119 new deaths  in  Pakistan   [ source ] 6,914 new cases  and  19 new deaths  in  India   [ source ] 2,298 new cases  and  34 new deaths  in  Kazakhstan   [ source ] 2,731 new cases  and  45 new deaths  in  Belgium   [ source ] 1,128 new cases  and  4 new deaths  in  Mongolia   [ source ] 1,358 new cases  and  19 new deaths  in  Honduras   [ source ] 3,064 new cases  and  395 new deaths  in  Mexico   [ source ] 676 new cases  and  7 new deaths  in  South Korea   [ source ] 10 new cases  in  Australia   [ source ]   [ source ]   [ source ]   [ source ]   [ source ] 6 new cases  in  New Zealand   [ source ] 7 new cases  in  China   [ source ] May 4    May 3    May 2    May 1    April 30  April 29  April 15  May 14  May 8    April 2

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