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NEWLY REPORTED COVID-19 CASES IN LAST 24 HOURS (7.30.2021, 6:30pm CEST, WHO):   U.S. 90,660    India 44,230    Brazil 48,013    Russia 23,564    France 25,080    The United Kingdom 30,633    Turkey 22,161    Argentina 15,883    Columbia 9,364    Spain 13,696    Italy 6,167    Iran 34,433    Germany 2,454    Indonesia 41,168    Mexico 19,028    South Africa 13,626    Peru 1,502    The Netherlands 4,506    Chile 1,371    Iraq 13,259    Philippines 5,734    Bangladesh 13,862    Malaysia 17,170    Pakistan 4,497    Portugal 3,009    Japan 10,425    Israel 1,013    Nepal 2,467    United Arab Emirates 1,550    Tunisia 3,676    Thailand 17,345    Saudi Arabia 1,289    Greece 2,694    Belarus 1,033    Georgia 2,712    Costa Rica 1,467    Cuba 8,607    Venezuela 1,009    Ireland 1,361    Myanmar 5,127    Honduras 1,282    Libya 2,730    Kenya 1,068    South Korea 1,710    Algeria 1,537    Mongolia 2,525    Vietnam 9,765    Mozambique 1,774    Botswana 4,566    Zimbabwe 2,089    Fiji 1,301    China 84    Singapore 133    New Zealand 3    Australia 261   

Wuhan coronavirus: 95,265 reported cases

Christian Fernsby |
There is now a total of 95,265 reported cases of Wuhan coronavirus and 3281 deaths.

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Topics: WUHAN CORONAVIRUS   

In the past 24 hours, China reported 143 cases. Most cases continue to be reported from Hubei province, and 8 provinces have not reported any cases in the last 14 days.

China: 80,710 cases

Republic of Korea: 6,284 cases

Iran: 4,747 cases

Italy: 3,858 cases

International conveyance (Diamond Princess): 696 cases

Germany: 534 cases

France: 420 cases

Spain: 365 cases

Japan: 349 cases

United States of America: 148 cases

United Kingdom: 118 cases

Singapore: 117 cases

Belgium: 109 cases

Norway: 86 cases

Switzerland: 86 cases

Malaysia: 83 cases

Netherlands: 82 cases

Sweden: 61 cases

Kuwait: 58 cases

Australia: 57 cases

Bahrain: 49 cases

Thailand: 48 cases

Austria: 47 cases

Canada: 45 cases

Iraq: 36 cases

Greece: 32 cases

India: 31 cases

United Arab Emirates: 27 cases

Iceland: 26 cases

San Marino: 21 cases

Denmark: 18 cases

Lebanon: 16 cases

Oman: 16 cases

Viet Nam: 16 cases

Israel: 15 cases

Ireland: 14 cases

Ecuador: 13 cases

Algeria: 12 cases

Czech Republic: 12 cases

Finland: 12 cases

Croatia: 11 cases

Georgia: 9 cases

Portugal: 9 cases

Qatar: 8 cases

Saudi Arabia: 8 cases

Brazil: 7 cases

Romania: 7 cases

Occupied Palestinian Territory: 7 cases

Belarus: 6 cases

Slovenia: 6 cases

Mexico: 5 cases

Pakistan: 5 cases

Philippines: 5 cases

New Zealand: 4 cases

Russian Federation: 4 cases

Senegal: 4 cases

Azerbaijan: 3 cases

Egypt: 3 cases

Estonia: 3 cases

Bosnia and Herzegovina: 2 cases

Hungary: 2 cases

Indonesia: 2 cases

Morocco: 2 cases

Saint Martin: 2 cases

Afghanistan: 1 case

Andorra: 1 case

Argentina: 1 case

Armenia: 1 case

Cambodia: 1 case

Chile: 1 case

Dominican Republic: 1 case

Gibraltar: 1 case

Jordan: 1 case

Latvia: 1 case

Liechtenstein: 1 case

Lithuania: 1 case

Luxembourg: 1 case

Monaco: 1 case

Nepal: 1 case

Nigeria: 1 case

North Macedonia: 1 case

Poland: 1 case

Saint Barthelemy: 1 case

South Africa: 1 case

Sri Lanka: 1 case

Tunisia: 1 case

Ukraine: 1 case

Bhutan: 1 case

Serbia: 1 case

Holy See: 1 case.


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