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Coronavirus (COVID-19) infographics

27 March, 2020

Last update: 22 May 2020, 3.10pm (BST) – v.1.2

Coronavirus: museums closures and reopenings - infographic [v.1.2]

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Several countries allow museums to reopen after closures because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Museums are now allowed to open in:
Hong Kong, Poland, Germany (since 4 May)
Slovakia (6 May)
Switzerland, Czechia (11 May)
New Zealand (14 May)
Australia – Northern Territory (15 May)
Italy, Belgium, France (small museums only), Greece (18 May) – in Greece only archaeological sites are open – museums will open on the 15th of June.


Last update: 15 Apr 2020, 10.10am (BST) – v.1.0

Coronavirus lockdowns: which countries ease and which extend - infographic [v.1.0]

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As the increase of coronavirus cases has flattened in some European countries, governments ease restrictions while others extend the lockdowns.

In Spain, construction sites and factories are allowed to resume work since Monday 13, April.

In Italy, booksellers, stationery shops and baby clothes shops are allowed to open and computer production & paper manufacturing businesses are allowed to open since Tuesday, 14 April.

On the same, in Austria, garden centres, hardware and DIY stores commenced business. And in Poland restrictions will be eased from Saturday, 19 April.

On the other hand, France extends the lockdown until 11 May. Similarly in Nigeria there is a 14-day lockdown extention in the capital Abuja and states Lagos and Ogun (until end of 27 April).

In Portugal the border closure with Spain has been extended until 15 May.

In Sudan there will be a 3-week lockdown in Khartoum (starting on Saturday, 19 April).

Though India extended the lockdown until the 3rd of May, at the same time farming, banking and public works sectors are now allowed to open.


Coronavirus cases & related deaths: percentage of the world total by country (Based on data up to 29 June 2020, 09.33am BST)

Coronavirus pandemic: countries affected most - percentage of the world total cases by country [v.2.1]

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Cases: percentage of the world total by country (Total cases worldwide: 10,154,984)

#
Country
% of the world total
Cases
1 USA 25.10 2,549,069
2 Brazil 13.24 1,344,143
3 Russia 6.30 640,246
4 India 5.40 548,318
5 United Kingdom 3.08 312,653

One in four (25.10%)  have occurred in the US and the top-five countries in number of cases make a little more than half (53.12%) of all the cases worldwide.

 

Coronavirus pandemic: countries affected most - percentage of the world total deaths by country [v.2.2]

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Deaths: percentage of the world total by country (Total deaths worldwide: 502,048)

#
Country
% of the world total
Cases
1 USA 25.02 125,588
2 Brazil 11.37 57,070
3 United Kingdom 8.69 43,634
4 Italy 6.92 34,738
5 France 5.93 29,781

One in four of the deaths (25.02%)  have occurred in the US.


Last update: 19 May 2020, 11.32am (GMT) – v.1.8

Countries with highest number of coronavirus cases (Top-10) & countries with highest number of cases per thousand people.

Coronavirus pandemic: countries affected most [v.1.8 - 19 May 2020] - Cases by country and cases by country per thousand people

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Countries with highest number of coronavirus cases (Top-10)

#
Country
Cases
1 USA 1,508,957
2 Russia 299,941
3 Brazil 255,368
4 United Kingdom 247,709
5 Spain 231,606
6 Italy 225,886
7 France 180,051
8 Germany 177,289
9 Turkey 150,593
10 Iran 122,492


Countries with highest number of cases per thousand people

#
Country
Cases
1 San Marino 19.3
2 Vatican City 15.0
3 Qatar 12.0
4 Andorra 9.7
5 Luxembourg 6.4
6 Iceland 5.3
7 Singapore 5.0
8 Ireland 5.0
9 Spain 5.0
10 Belgium 4.8

Some countries with small population top the table including San Marino (total population 33,860 people), Vatican City (800) and Andorra (77,142).

Sources:
Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU)
United Nations Statistics Division Total population, both sexes combined (thousands)

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