World Wide ranking of countries with COVID-19 as of 4 July 2020

Notice: Numbers are absolute, not relative to inhabitants

Ranking Country Tested positive
1 USA 2671220
2 Brazil 1448753
3 Russia 667883
4 India 625544
5 Peru 288477
6 Chile 284541
7 UK 283761
8 Spain 250103
9 Italy 240961
10 Iran 232863
11 Mexico 231770
12 Pakistan 221896
13 Turkey 202284
14 Saudi Arabia 197608
15 Germany 195674
16 South Africa 168061
17 France 158286
18 Bangladesh 153277
19 Canada 104204
20 Colombia 102009
21 Qatar 97897
22 China 85278
23 Egypt 71299
24 Sweden 70639
25 Argentina 67197
26 Belarus 62698
27 Belgium 61727
28 Ecuador 59468
29 Indonesia 59394
30 Iraq 53708
31 Netherlands 50357
32 UAE 49469
33 Kuwait 47859
34 Ukraine 46763
35 Singapore 44310
36 Kazakhstan 44075
37 Portugal 42782
38 Oman 42555
39 Philippines 38805
40 Poland 35146
41 Panama 34463
42 Bolivia 34227
43 Dominican Republic 34197
44 Afghanistan 32324
45 Switzerland 31884
46 Bahrain 27837
47 Romania 27746
48 Armenia 27320
49 Nigeria 27110
50 Israel 26358

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Explanation of the COVID-19 Charts

The charts on this main page contain my own approximation of the number of people (still) ill of COVID-19 in the particular country per day. This number is based on the figures published daily by WHO.

On the horizontal line at the bottom of the chart, you can find the days from 4 February (left) until the date that the chart was published (right).

Indicated vertically in the chart, is the probable number of people who still have corona in the Netherlands after proven infection and on the relevant day.


On each post you can click below to get a second chart.

The orange line in that chart shows the increase in percentage in the number of people, tested positive for COVID-19, compared to the day before.

The blue line shows increase or decrease in the number of patients (people tested positive and still ill), compared to the day before.

Reproduction Number

To get the reproducion number (R), you should take the number of the blue line on the chosen day, divide it by 100, and then add 1.