Global
coronavirus tracker,
in charts

Let’s look at what the novel coronavirus is doing in the world. The numbers of infections and deaths in each country and region are summarized by Nikkei based on the announcements by the World Health Organization and governments. The numbers of infections, recoveries and deaths worldwide are from Johns Hopkins University.

Latest update 2020/6/6 13:30

Worldwide

Worldwide
Number of new infections

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Other

(In thousands)

Worldwide
Number of new deaths

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Other

Worldwide
Cumulative number of infections

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Other

(In thousands)

Worldwide
Infections, recoveries, deaths

  • Recoveries
  • Deaths
  • Infections

(In thousands)

The number of infections at the moment is the cumulative infections minus the sum of recoveries plus fatalities.

Countries and regions with a large number of infections

Countries and regions with a large number of infections
Pace of increase in cumulative number of infections

    Number of days since exceeding 100 infections

    Countries and regions with a large number of infections
    Pace of increase in cumulative number of fatalities

      Number of days since exceeding 10 deaths

      Countries and regions with a large number of infection
      Number of new infections

        (In thousands)


        Countries and regions with a large number of infection
        Number of new deaths

          Countries and regions with a large number of infection
          Cumulative number of infections


            On the heat map of the cumulative number of infections by country and region, the darker the red, the greater number of infections.

            Countries and regions with a large number of infection
            Cumulative number of deaths


              Countries and regions with a large number of infection
              Number of infections at the moment*The number of infections at the moment is the cumulative infections minus the sum of recoveries plus fatalities.

                (In thousands)

                Countries and regions with a large number of infection
                Mortality rate

                %

                Mortality rate refers to total number of deaths as a percentage of total number of infections. Due to the rapid increase in the number of infections, there are many cases in which medical practitioners cannot respond and death occurs.

                Countries and regions with a large number of infection
                Number of infections per 100,000

                Western countries are experiencing many infections relative to their populations.

                Asia

                Asia
                Pace of increase in cumulative number of infections

                  Number of days since exceeding 100 infections

                  The horizontal axis shows the number of days since the cumulative number of infected persons exceeded 100, and the vertical axis shows the cumulative number of infected persons. The vertical axis is on a logarithmic scale in which the numbers increase by a factor of 10 as 100, 1,000, and 10,000. The slope represents the pace of increase. The increase is faster when rising vertically and slower when approaching horizontal.

                  Asia
                  Pace of increase in cumulative number of fatalities

                    Number of days since exceeding 10 deaths

                    The horizontal axis shows the number of days since the cumulative death total exceeded 100, and the vertical axis shows the cumulative number of deaths. The vertical axis is on a logarithmic scale here as well.

                    Asia
                    Number of new infections

                      Asia
                      Number of new deaths