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In late January 2020, only a few dozen cases of COVID-19 had been identified outside of China. The virus has now spread to every corner of the globe. More than 100 million infections have been reported worldwide, and the death toll has exceeded 2 million, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University.
The United States has far more COVID cases and deaths than any other country. India and Brazil have the second and third highest number of cases, respectively.
Explore the chart below to find a breakdown of new and total cases by country since January 2020.
Find out how the number of coronavirus cases in different parts of the world has changed over time. The first chart compares each continent with one another, while the following charts highlight the number of cases in specific countries by region.
For a comparison of country outbreaks, the graph below shows trend lines for average new cases and daily deaths versus each country’s totals to date. This type of visualization highlights the daily growth or decline of the state in relation to the overall size of its outbreak.
When the number of new and total cases and the death toll grows rapidly, the curves curve upward. As new cases and deaths slow down, the curves bend or bend. In countries like Israel, which is experiencing a second wave of case growth after the initial wave in April, the line forms a V-shape, with the initially curved curve rising upward again.
Click here to see a country breakdown Of cases in the United States.
This story was originally published on March 30, 2020.