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NEWLY REPORTED COVID-19 CASES (11.19.2021, 4:50pm CEST, WHO):   India 11,106    Brazil 11,977    United Kingdom 46,858    Russia 37,156    Turkey 22,234    France 19,840    Argentina 1,553    Germany 52,970    Spain 3,932    Columbia 2,257    Italy 10,645    Mexico 3,836    Ukraine 20,050    Poland 23,242    Philippines 1,297    Malaysia 6,380    Netherlands 23,680    Peru 1,370    Thailand 6,855    Czechia 13,374    Canada 2,448    Romania 3,076    Chile 2,611    Serbia 3,219    Sweden 1,210    Portugal 2,398    Vietnam 10,223    Kazakhstan 1,272    Austria 14,212    Hungary 11,289    Greece 7,276    Georgia 4,278    Bulgaria 2,785    Belarus 1,844    Slovakia 7,418    Azerbaijan 2,124    Croatia 7,270    Bolivia 1,119    Ireland 4,646    Lithuania 1,847    Denmark 4,013    South Korea 3,034    Slovenia 3,662    Latvia 1,221    Laos 1,401    China 31    New Zealand 200    Australia 1,302   

Cases of Wuhan coronavirus surpassing 100,000

Christian Fernsby |
The global number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 has surpassed 100,000.

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Topics: WUHAN    CORONAVIRUS   

China and other countries are demonstrating that spread of the virus can be slowed and impact reduced through the use of universally applicable actions.

China: 80,904 cases

Republic of Korea: 7,382 cases

Italy: 7,375 cases

Iran: 6,566 cases

France: 1,116 cases

Germany: 1,112 cases

Spain: 999 cases

International conveyance (Diamond Princess): 696 cases

Japan: 488 cases

Switzerland: 332 cases

United Kingdom: 277 cases

Netherlands: 265 cases

United States of America: 213 cases

Sweden: 203 cases

Belgium: 200 cases

Norway: 169 cases

Singapore: 150 cases

Malaysia: 117 cases

Austria: 112 cases

Bahrain: 95 cases

Australia: 77 cases

Greece: 73 cases

Kuwait: 64 cases

Canada: 62 cases

Iraq: 60 cases

Egypt: 55 cases

Iceland: 55 cases

Thailand: 50 cases

United Arab Emirates: 45 cases

India: 43 cases

Israel: 39 cases

San Marino: 37 cases

Denmark: 36 cases

Czech Republic: 32 cases

Lebanon: 32 cases

Finland: 30 cases

Portugal: 30 cases

Viet Nam: 30 cases

Brazil: 25 cases

Ireland: 21 cases

Algeria: 20 cases

occupied Palestinian territory: 19 cases

Oman: 16 cases

Slovenia: 16 cases

Ecuador: 15 cases

Qatar: 15 cases

Romania: 15 cases

Saudi Arabia: 15 cases

Georgia: 13 cases

Argentina: 12 cases

Croatia: 13 cases

Poland: 11 cases

Chile: 10 cases

Estonia: 10 cases

Philippines: 10 cases

Azerbaijan: 9 cases

Costa Rica: 9 cases

Hungary: 9 cases

Mexico: 7 cases

Russian Federation: 7 cases

Belarus: 6 cases

Indonesia: 6 cases

Pakistan: 6 cases

Peru: 6 cases

French Guiana: 5 cases

New Zealand: 5 cases

Slovakia: 5 cases

Afghanistan: 4 cases

Bulgaria: 4 cases

Maldives: 4 cases

North Macedonia: 4 cases

Senegal: 4 cases

Latvia: 3 cases

Malta: 3 cases

South Africa: 3 cases

Faroe Islands: 3 cases

Bangladesh: 3 cases

Bosnia and Herzegovina: 2 cases

Cambodia: 2 cases

Cameroon: 2 cases

Luxembourg: 2 cases

Martinique: 2 cases

Morocco: 2 cases

Nigeria: 2 cases

Saint Martin: 2 cases

Tunisia: 2 cases

Albania: 2 cases

Andorra: 1 case

Armenia: 1 case

Bhutan: 1 case

Colombia: 1 case

Dominican Republic: 1 case

Gibraltar: 1 case

Holy See: 1 case

Jordan: 1 case

Liechtenstein: 1 case

Lithuania: 1 case

Monaco: 1 case

Nepal: 1 case

Republic of Moldova: 1 case

Saint Barthelemy: 1 case

Serbia: 1 case

Sri Lanka: 1 case

Togo: 1 case

Ukraine: 1 case

Paraguay: 1 case


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