COVID-19 pandemic cases in February 2020

This article contains the number of cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) reported by each country and territory to the World Health Organization in February 2020 and published in the latter's daily 'situation reports'.[1]

For other months see COVID-19 pandemic cases. There is also a column there listing the date of the first case for each country. For more international statistics in table and map form see COVID-19 pandemic by country and territory.

First half

Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) cases in first half of February 2020
DateFeb 1Feb 2Feb 3Feb 4Feb 5Feb 6Feb 7Feb 8Feb 9Feb 10Feb 11Feb 12Feb 13Feb 14

  World11,95314,55717,39120,63024,55428,27631,48134,88637,55840,55443,10345,17146,99749,053
doubling (days)444445556778910
World except China132146153159191216270288307319395441447505
doubling (days)44566667666678
Total countries/territories/areas2424242425252525252525252525
 China[2]11,82114,41117,23820,47124,36328,06031,21134,59837,25140,23542,70844,73046,55048,548
International conveyance10[3]2061646470135175174218
 Singapore1618181824283033404345475058
 Japan1720202023[4]252525262626282933
 Thailand1919191925252532323233333333
 South Korea1215151618232424272728282828
 Malaysia8881010121415171818181819
 Vietnam678910101213141415151616
 Germany78101212121314141414161616
 USA78111111121212121213131415
 Australia1212121213141515151515151515
 France66666666111111111111
 UK22222233348899
 UAE45555557778888
 Canada44445577777777
 India12333333333333
 Philippines12223333333333
 Italy22222233333333
 Russia22222222222222
 Nepal11111111111111
 Cambodia11111111111111
 Sri Lanka11111111111111
 Finland11111111111111
 Spain11111111122222
 Sweden11111111111111
 Belgium1111111111
References[5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18]

Second half

Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) cases in second half of February 2020
DateFeb 15Feb 16Feb 17Feb 18Feb 19Feb 20Feb 21Feb 22Feb 23Feb 24Feb 25Feb 26Feb 27Feb 28Feb 29

  World50,58051,85771,429[19]73,33275,20475,74876,76977,79478,81179,33180,23981,10982,29483,65285,403
doubling (days)10119101011121314151616171819
World except China5266837948049241,0731,2001,4021,7692,0692,4592,9183,6644,6916,009
doubling (days)966765665544443
Total countries/territories/areas262626262627272929303438475254
 China[2]50,05451,17470,63572,52874,28074,67575,56976,39277,04277,26277,78078,19178,63078,96179,394
 South Korea28293031511042043466027639771,2611,7662,3373,150
 Italy3333333976124229322400650888
International conveyance218355454454542621634634634695691691705705705
 Iran251828436195141245388
 Japan41535965738593105132144157164186210230
 Singapore677275778184858689899091939698
 USA151515151515153535355353595962
 Kuwait3812434345
 Thailand343435353535353535353740404042
 France111212121212121212121212183857
 Germany161616161616161616161618212657
 Bahrain826333338
 Spain222222222222122532
 Malaysia212222222222222222222222222424
 Australia151515151515172122222223232324
 UK99999999991313131620
 UAE88999991113131313131919
 Vietnam161616161616161616161616161616
 Canada77788888991010111114
 Sweden1111111111112712
 Switzerland11610
 Iraq15678
 Oman24466
 Norway146
 Austria2245
 Croatia2335
 Israel11122235
 India333333333333333
 Philippines333333333333333
 Greece133
 Romania113
 Russia222222222222222
 Finland111111111111222
 Lebanon11111222
 Pakistan222
 Denmark112
 Georgia112
 Netherlands12
 Mexico2
 Nepal111111111111111
 Cambodia111111111111111
 Sri Lanka111111111111111
 Belgium111111111111111
 Egypt111111111111111
 Afghanistan11111
 Algeria1111
 Brazil111
 Estonia111
 North Macedonia111
 Belarus11
 Lithuania11
 New Zealand11
 Nigeria11
 San Marino1
References[20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32][33][34]

See also

References

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  2. ^ a b Before 24 January's WHO situation report, "China" means Mainland China, in other words, excludes Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. After 25 January's WHO situation report, "China" means Greater China, in other words, includes Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
  3. ^ Not independently counted in 5 February situation report, adjusted from 0 to 10 cases in 6 February situation report
  4. ^ 33 cases in 5 February situation report, adjusted to 23 cases in 6 February situation report
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  19. ^ Note: the large increase is because of a change in reporting from laboratory confirmed to all confirmed
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