Coronavirus COVID–19. Online map of distribution in the world and USA.

Covid–19 coronavirus statistics in the world on 04.06.2020

New cases of infection in the last 24 hours
New cases of deaths in the last 24 hours
Percentage of recoveries worldwide and by region
Statistics of cases by macroregions of the world
Statistics of cases, recovered, and dead worldwide

Statistics of COVID–19 coronavirus by country on 04.06.2020

Countries Cases Deaths Recovered
USA
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1823269 +19668 100198 +1193 169627 +3296
Brazil
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514849 +16409 29314 +480 0
Russian Federation
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423741 +8863 5037 +182 186985 +11108
United Kingdom
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276336 +1570 39045 +556 0
Spain
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240010 +209 29858 +813 150376
Italy
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233515 +318 33540 +55 160263 +1728
India
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198706 +8171 5598 +204 92027
Germany
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182028 +213 8522 +11 165592
Turkey
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164769 +827 4563 +23 127973
Peru
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164476 +8805 4506 +135 67208
Iran
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154445 +2979 7878 +81 121008
France
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148775 +251 28776 +30 68355
Chile
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105159 +5471 1113 +59 42727
Canada
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91351 +835 7305 +213 48560
Mexico
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90664 +3152 9930 +151 0
Saudi Arabia
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87142 +1881 525 +22 62442
China
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84597 +9 4645 79812
Pakistan
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76398 +3938 1621 +78 26083
Belgium
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58517 +136 9486 +19 15919
Qatar
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58433 +1523 40 +2 33437
Bangladesh
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49534 +2381 672 +22 9781
Netherlands
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46545 +103 5962 +6 0
Belarus
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43403 +847 240 +5 17964
Ecuador
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39098 3358 4269
Sweden
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37814 +272 4403 +8 0
Singapore
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35292 +408 24 +1 21699
United Arab Emirates
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35192 +635 266 +2 17546
South Africa
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34357 +1674 705 +22 16809
Portugal
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32700 +200 1424 +14 19409
Switzerland
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30788 +9 1656 0
World total 6233892 +106869 372331 +4737 2001800 +16132

Covid–19 coronavirus statistics in USA on 04.06.2020

New cases of infection in the last 24 hours
New cases of deaths in the last 24 hours
Percentage of recoveries by states
Statistics of cases by states
Statistics of cases, recovered, and dead in USA

Statistics of COVID–19 coronavirus by states on 04.06.2020

States Cases Deaths Recovered
New York
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373040 +1329 24023 +64 0
New Jersey
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161545 +627 11770 +49 0
Illinois
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122848 +1614 5525 +113 0
California
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115310 +2304 4286 +35 0
Massachusetts
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101163 +358 7085 +239 0
Pennsylvania
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73510 +612 5667 +100 0
Texas
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66568 +1688 1698 +20 44517 +1179
Michigan
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57731 +199 5553 +37 38099
Florida
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57447 +617 2613 +70 0
Maryland
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54175 +848 2597 +45 3855 +73
Georgia
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48207 +589 2102 +28 0
Virginia
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46239 +841 1407 +15 0
Connecticut
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42979 +239 3972 +8 0
Louisiana
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40746 +405 2835 +34 0
Ohio
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36350 +366 2258 +52 0
Indiana
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35237 +407 2197 +55 0
North Carolina
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29889 +626 921 +23 0
Colorado
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26577 +199 1458 +13 0
Minnesota
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25508 +300 1082 +22 20381 +940
Tennessee
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24375 +821 381 +14 15916 +352
Washington
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21977 +275 1124 +6 0
Arizona
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21250 +1127 941 +24 0
Iowa
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20016 +319 561 +10 11742 +302
Wisconsin
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18917 +374 607 +12 0
Alabama
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18642 +279 651 +5 0
Mississippi
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16020 +268 767 +28 0
Rhode Island
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15112 +121 732 +12 0
Nebraska
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14345 +244 178 +8 0
Missouri
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13575 +248 783 +10 0
South Carolina
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12415 +267 501 +1 0
Utah
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10202 +203 113 0
Kentucky
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10185 +139 442 +3 0
Kansas
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10011 217 0
Delaware
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9685 +80 373 +5 5442 +89
District of Columbia
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8886 +29 470 +2 1137 +11
Nevada
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8830 +142 421 0
New Mexico
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7800 +111 362 +6 2888 +35
Arkansas
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7443 133 5401
Oklahoma
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6692 +119 339 +5 5599 +88
South Dakota
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5067 +33 62 3990 +87
New Hampshire
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4685 +34 245 2954 +6
Oregon
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4335 +33 157 +3 0
Puerto Rico
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3935 +62 138 +2 0
Idaho
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2906 +67 83 +1 2266 +18
North Dakota
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2646 +21 68 +7 2127 +49
Maine
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2377 +28 94 +5 1646 +60
West Virginia
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2041 +24 77 +2 0
Vermont
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988 +5 55 0
Wyoming
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910 17 0
Hawaii
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652 17 608
Montana
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523 +4 17 462 +1
Alaska
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487 +20 10 371 +3
Guam
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177 +2 5 148 +3
U.S. Virgin Islands
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70 6 62
Northern Mariana Islands
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23 +1 2 16
American Samoa
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0 0 0
USA total 1823269 +19668 100198 +1193 169627 +3296

What is a coronavirus COVID–19?

Coronaviruses, from Latin Coronaviridae, are a family of viruses. It currently includes 40 species. Coronaviruses mainly affect animals, but can sometimes be transmitted to humans. Coronaviruses are so called because of their structure. Processes in the form of spines resemble the solar corona. Diseases caused by these viruses can occur both in a mild form and without causing severe symptoms, and in severe form.

The coronavirus family also includes:
• SARS-CoV, the causative agent of atypical pneumonia. The first cases of the disease were recorded in 2002;
• MERS-CoV, the causative agent of respiratory syndrome. The disease outbreak occurred in 2015;
• SARS-CoV-2, responsible for the new type of pneumonia pandemic from 2019.

Covid-19 coronavirus infection is an abbreviation of the English name COrona VIrus Disease 2019. This is a potentially severe acute respiratory infection that is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. This is a dangerous disease that can occur in both a mild form of SARS, and in a severe form. Specific complications in severe cases may include viral pneumonia, which entails acute respiratory distress syndrome or respiratory failure with a risk of death.

COVID-19 coronavirus is spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Through drops that are formed when sneezing or coughing, the virus can get to a person or on the surface. Similarly, a coronavirus can spread if an uninfected person touches a contaminated surface, for example, a door handle. The virus enters the human body when contaminated hands touch the eyes, mouth or nose.

Where did the coronavirus come from COVID–19?

The world Health Organization (WHO) was informed on December 31, 2019 that in China, in Hubei province, in the city of Wuhan, 44 cases of pneumonia were reported, which were caused by an unknown pathogen. This pathogen turned out to be a new type of coronavirus that had not previously been detected in humans. Within a month after detection, the virus has spread throughout China.

In connection with the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic, who declared an international health emergency on 30 January 2020.

On February 28, the World Health Organization raised the risk assessment to very high.

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization recognized the coronavirus epidemic as a pandemic.

Symptoms and signs of human coronavirus

• High temperature
• Difficulty breathing
• Muscle and chest pain
• Headache and weakness
• Possible nausea, vomiting and diarrhea
• Sneezing, coughing and nasal congestion

Important: if you have SARS or flu, you may experience similar symptoms. If you find these symptoms, you should immediately consult a doctor to get medical help and rule out the presence of coronavirus.

NECESSARILY to stay at home and consult a doctor if:
• You have returned from a country where there are cases of coronavirus
• You were in contact with a person who was infected COVID-19
• If you have a cough, shortness of breath, and fever

Prevention of coronavirus

• Be sure to wash your hands! ALWAYS! When you come home or to work. For prevention, you can use disinfecting solutions or wet wipes.

• Don't touch your face with your hands! Do not touch or bring your hands to your eyes, nose, or mouth. The virus enters the body most quickly through the mucous membrane. If you sneeze or cough, always cover yourself with a handkerchief.

• Be sure to avoid crowding people and avoid unnecessary trips.

Prevention of coronavirus in people over 60 years of age

• Limit your visits to public places as much as possible. Try not to use public transport as much as possible. Do not visit crowded places. Reduce visits to stores, banks, pharmacies, and MFC. Ask your family or employees social services help with the purchase of necessary goods or products, payment for housing and utilities services or other services.

• If one of your relatives or friends has returned from abroad, limit contact with them. If they have any signs colds strongly require that they seek medical attention and do not leave their places of residence.

• Be sure to wash your hands with soap. Always wash after returning from public places, from the street, after contact with goods in store, before eating and cooking. Never touch your face, mouth, eyes, or nose with dirty hands. Through the virus enters the human body through the mucous membrane.

• Если чихаете или кашляете, прикрывайте одноразовыми бумажными платочками рот и нос и сразу их выбрасывайте.

• Always wipe bags, books, phones, and other items with wet wipes or disinfectants, which were with you on the street or which you touched with dirty hands.

• If you feel unwell or ill, you do not need to go to the clinic. Call a doctor at home.

• If you have any symptoms of a cold and among your friends or relatives, there are people who have traveled abroad in the last 2 weeks, be sure to tell your doctor. The doctor will prescribe a test for coronavirus.

• Be sure to carefully follow all the recommendations of doctors for the treatment of your chronic diseases.