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Which countries are doing well and not so well?

Countries doing well and not so well

Last updated 08 Aug 2020
Graphs show a 7 day rolling average of daily new cases of COVID-19.
Doing well
Getting there
Not doing well
32 green countries are keeping case numbers low with very few new daily cases.
33 orange countries are declining with fewer daily new cases but still need to do more.
81 red countries are either going up, staying constantly high or going down too slow.
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A – Z
Total cases
Avg. new daily
Population size
Burkina Faso
Total cases 1,175
Avg new daily 6
Burundi
Total cases 405
Avg new daily 3
Cambodia
Total cases 246
Avg new daily 2
Central African Republic
Total cases 4,641
Avg new daily 7
Chad
Total cases 942
Avg new daily 2
Eritrea
Total cases 285
Avg new daily 1
Georgia
Total cases 1,213
Avg new daily 8
Guinea-Bissau
Total cases 2,032
Avg new daily 13
Hungary
Total cases 4,621
Avg new daily 19
Jordan
Total cases 1,237
Avg new daily 5
Latvia
Total cases 1,281
Avg new daily 9
Lesotho
Total cases 742
Avg new daily 6
Liberia
Total cases 1,230
Avg new daily 4
Lithuania
Total cases 2,194
Avg new daily 19
Malaysia
Total cases 9,063
Avg new daily 16
Mali
Total cases 2,561
Avg new daily 5
Mauritania
Total cases 6,382
Avg new daily 15
Mongolia
Total cases 293
Avg new daily 0
Myanmar
Total cases 359
Avg new daily 1
New Zealand
Total cases 1,219
Avg new daily 1
Niger
Total cases 1,153
Avg new daily 0
Rwanda
Total cases 2,128
Avg new daily 9
Sierra Leone
Total cases 1,887
Avg new daily 10
Slovenia
Total cases 2,233
Avg new daily 13
Somalia
Total cases 3,227
Avg new daily 2
South Sudan
Total cases 2,463
Avg new daily 9
Sri Lanka
Total cases 2,839
Avg new daily 3
Thailand
Total cases 3,348
Avg new daily 7
Togo
Total cases 1,028
Avg new daily 13
Uganda
Total cases 1,254
Avg new daily 15
Uruguay
Total cases 1,325
Avg new daily 9
Yemen
Total cases 1,796
Avg new daily 15
These countries have less than or equal to 20 average new reported daily cases, and not at early stage of transimission.
These countries are keeping infection rate under 1 in the past 10 days, and have less than 1,000 average new daily cases.
These countries are not controlling infection rate well in the past 10 days, or have more than or equal to 1,000 average new daily cases.

Graphs are based on reported case numbers of countries with population above 2 million.
Data:Our World in Data...

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