Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Global Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
99112965 (+64370)

Total Deaths:
2137277 (+1363)

Total Recovered:
59212325 (+71803)

All COVID-19 data displayed on the page is available through our FREE API program. This Global Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats is refreshed every hour using credible data sources, including the country/state’s official government website, data available on wikipedia pages, latest news reports, Johns Hopkins University CSSE 2019-nCoV Dashboard, WHO Situation ReportsCDC Situation Updates, and DXY.cn.

Trending Coronavirus News in the World

After a year unlike any other, Budweiser has decided to forego their Super Bowl ad for the first time in 37 years. Instead, they are reallocating that media investment
WTEN1/25/2021
President Biden is preparing to sign new restrictions on international travelers, including a ban on travelers from South Africa where a dangerous new strain of COVID-19 is spreading fast. Also, a growing number of Republican senators say they oppose holding an impeachment trial against former President Trump.
CBS News1/25/2021
Eleven others were rescued a day earlier after being trapped underground for two weeks at the mine in Shandong province. One person was still missing.
USA Today1/25/2021
Not even locking couples up and obliterating their social calendars could convince more Americans to have babies, as our quarantine-inspired baby boom has failed to materialize.
NBC Washington1/25/2021
Several vaccination providers have been forced to cancel appointments because of delayed delivery of doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. What happens if your second dose is delayed?
WSB Radio1/25/2021
Merck, one of the world’s leading vaccine makers, is ending its Covid-19 vaccine development after its two candidates failed to elicit immune responses as strong as those seen from shots that are already available.
The Financial Times1/25/2021
Legislators are again considering major tax legislation, specifically slashing income taxes. Here is what you need to know.
The Topeka Capital-Journal1/25/2021
President Joe Biden is expected on Monday to maintain coronavirus travel restrictions for non-U.S. citizens coming from Brazil, Britain, Ireland and most of Europe, nixing an order from former President Donald Trump.
UPI.com1/25/2021
Nearly 30 percent of Americans surveyed in a new poll name their governmental leaders as their top concern, up from 20 percent in December and surpassing the coronavirus.
The Hill1/25/2021
The world economy won’t be able to fully repair last year’s damage to employment in 2021 after the Covid-19 pandemic wiped out the equivalent of 255 million jobs, according to the International Labour Organization.
Bloomberg1/25/2021