Map: Here’s where coronavirus cases have been confirmed

While earliest outbreaks of the virus were located in mainland China, the number of new cases in China have tapered off as new cases in the rest of the world continue to rise. The chair of the WHO emergency committee said on January 23 that it was “too early” to call the coronavirus an emergency, and on January 30 on the organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a global public health emergency. On March 11, WHO labeled the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic and on March 13 President Donald Trump declared a national emergency in the United States. On May 27, reported coronavirus deaths in the U.S. topped 100,000. See NBC News’ day-by-day timeline of the coronavirus pandemic.

Confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths per country, current as of March 15, 2020

Country/placeConfirmedDeaths
China*80,9953,202
Italy21,1571,441
Iran13,938724
South Korea8,16267
Spain7,948292
France5,423127
Germany4,83812
United States3,41561
Switzerland1,39511
Japan1,37636
United Kingdom1,37235
Netherlands8048
Austria6551
Denmark6150
Norway4892
Belgium3991
Greece3314
Israel2130
Singapore2120
Ireland1290
Egypt1262
Saudi Arabia1180
Kuwait1120
Iraq11010
Lebanon993
United Arab Emirates980
Slovenia961
Malaysia930
Bahrain790
Australia773
Romania700
South Africa610
Sweden601
Poland581
Canada570
Vietnam570
Philippines533
Taiwan501
Thailand501
Algeria484
Iceland450
India340
San Marino270
Estonia270
Czech Republic260
Palestine260
Finland230
Portugal210
Pakistan210
Oman210
Brazil190
Croatia190
Hungary190
Latvia170
Slovakia160
Qatar150
Ecuador140
Georgia120
Bosnia-Herzegovina110
Azerbaijan91
Argentina90
Russia90
Mexico70
Jordan70
Belarus60
Indonesia60
Peru60
Turkey60
Chile50
Costa Rica50
New Zealand50
Tunisia50
Afghanistan40
Bulgaria40
Senegal40
Cuba40
Ukraine31
Bangladesh30
Malta30
North Macedonia30
Cambodia20
Cameroon20
Luxembourg20
Maldives20
Martinique20
Morocco20
Seychelles20
Guatemala11
Albania10
Andorra10
Armenia10
Colombia10
Dominican Republic10
Gibraltar10
Liechtenstein10
Lithuania10
Monaco10
Nepal10
Nigeria10
Scotland10
Serbia10
Sri Lanka10
Vatican City10
Ethiopia10
Kazakhstan10
Kenya10
Moldova10
Rwanda10
Central African Republic10
Ghana10
Gabon10

See the numbers for reported deaths in countries around the world.

The Chinese government, which is looking to avoid a repeat of the 2003 SARS outbreak, warned officials not to cover up the spread of the virus. The South China Morning Post reported that Beijing said anyone who withheld information would be “the sinner of a millennium to the party and the people” and would be “nailed on the pillar of shame for eternity.”

Read NBC News’ coverage of the coronavirus, see charts showing number of new confirmed cases per day globally and in the U.S., and see a map of world deaths due to coronavirus.