Current data on COVID-19
WHO data include confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths reported to the agency. There could be differences between WHO data and other sources of COVID-19 data that use different inclusion criteria and data cutoff times. The vaccination number represents the total number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered worldwide.
The numbers in the second table were reported by Johns Hopkins University as of 2 p.m. Central time Oct. 19.
Johns Hopkins uses case and death data from WHO, the CDC, European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China, DXY, coronavirus.1point3acres.com, worldometers.info/coronavirus, BNO News, the COVID Tracking Project, public health departments and media reports. The publicly available data from these sources do not always agree, and Johns Hopkins frequently updates the data on its website, which could result in higher case numbers than may be available from other sources.
Check this page regularly for the latest COVID-19 data available from the CDC, WHO and Johns Hopkins. Updates will typically be made in the afternoon Monday-Friday. The list of countries is no longer being updated.