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Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?

Which Big Sport Events are postponed in 2020 because of Coronavirus 

 

Coronavirus update – The outbreak of the coronavirus has had a serious impact on Worldwide sports events and all were suspended & postponed to 2021 or no rescheduled date. See below the incredible situation and sad story of  all worldwide countries and how they were affected.

As authorities and the World Health Organisation attempt to reduce the spread of  COVID-19 virus, normal life – including sport – is on hold

Infections of the virus, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan, have been reported around the world.

How people can protect

More than 18.000 people have died globally from COVID-19, as the illness is officially known, while more than 420,000 infections have been confirmed in at least 177 countries, according to World Health Organization. Nearly 109,000 people have recovered from the coronavirus.

Countries with confirmed cases of COVID-19

Here are the countries that have so far confirmed coronavirus cases:

Afghanistan – 79, 3 death

Albania – 146, 5 death

Algeria – 264, 19 deaths

Andorra – 188 cases, 1 death

Angola – 3 cases

Argentina – 387 cases, 6 deaths

Armenia – 265

Australia – 2364 cases, 8 deaths

Austria – 5560, 28 death

Azerbaijan – 87, 1 deaths

Bahrain – 419, 4 death

Bahamas – 5 cases

Bangladesh – 39 cases, 4 death

Belarus – 86 cases

Belgium – 4937, 122 deaths

Bosnia – 168, 3 death

Bolivia -32

Bhutan – 2 cases

Brunei – 109

Burkina Faso – 114, 4 deaths

Bulgaria – 220, 3 deaths

Benin – 6 cases

Brazil – 2271, 46 deaths

Cambodia – 93

Cameroon – 70, 1 death

Canada – 2792, 26 deaths

Chile – 922, 2 deaths

China – 81,661 cases, 3,281 deaths

The region of Macau has confirmed 10 cases, while Hong Kong reported 148 confirmed cases.

Colombia – 378, 3 death

Costa Rica – 177, 2 deaths

Croatia – 418, 1 death

Cuba – 48, 1 death

Cyprus – 124, 3 deaths

Czech Republic – 1497

Denmark – 1852, 32 death

Democratic Republic of Congo – 45, 2 death

Dominican Republic – 312, 6 deaths

Ecuador – 1082, 27 deaths

Egypt – 442, 20 deaths

Estonia – 404

Finland – 880, 1 death

France – 22,637 cases, 1,100 deaths

Faroe Islands – 67 cases

French Guiana – 18

Georgia – 73

Gabon – 1

Ghana – 68, 2 deaths

Germany – 35,353 , 159 deaths

Greece – 743 cases, 17 deaths

Guyana- 11, 1 death

Honduras – 36

Hong Kong – 126 cases, 3 deaths

Hungary – 226, 9 deaths

Iceland – 737, 2 deaths

India – 606, 10 deaths

Indonesia – 790, 55 deaths

Iran – 27,610 cases, 1685 deaths

Iraq – 214 cases, 2077 deaths

Ireland – 1329 cases, 7 death

Israel – 2369, 3 death

Italy – 74386 cases, 7503 deaths

Japan – 1193 cases, 43 deaths

A total of 696 people on the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship docked at Yokohama had tested positive for the virus. Six people – five Japanese and one British –  who were on the ship have died.

Japan does not include the people on board as part of its national tally, in accordance with WHO guidance. The national tally is 787 as of March 13, including 22 deaths.

Jordan – 154

Kazakhstan – 80

Kenya – 25

Kosovo – 61, 1 death

Kuwait – 195

Latvia – 221

Lebanon – 333 cases, 4 deaths

Liechtenstein – 51

Lithuania – 255, 2 death

Luxembourg – 1099, 8 deaths

Malaysia – 1796, 19 deaths

Maldives – 13

Madagascar – 19 cases

Malta – 129

Mexico – 405, 4 deaths

Moldova – 125, 1 death

Monaco – 23

Morocco – 170, 5 death and  Mongolia 10

Montenegro – 52 cases, 1 death

Nepal – 3

Netherlands – 5585 cases, 276 deaths

New Zealand – 205

Nigeria – 46, 1 death

North Macedonia – 177, 2 deaths

Norway – 2971, 12 deaths

Oman – 99

Pakistan – 1022, 7 deaths

Paraguay – 37, 3 deaths

Palestine – 64,

Panama – 443, 6 deaths

Peru – 416, 7 deaths

Philippines – 636 cases, 38 deaths

Poland – 957, 10 deaths

Portugal – 2995, 33 deaths

Qatar – 526

Romania – 906, 14 deaths

Russia – 658 , 1 death

Rwanda – 40

San Marino – 187 cases, 21 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 900, 1 death

Senegal – 99

Serbia – 303, 3 deaths

Seychelles – 7

Singapore – 558, 2 deaths

Slovakia – 216

Slovenia – 528, 4 deaths

South Africa – 709

South Korea – 9137 cases, 126 deaths

Spain – 47610, 3434 deaths

Sri Lanka – 102

Sudan – 2, 1  death

Sweden – 2526, 40 deaths

Switzerland – 10456 cases, 122 deaths

Taiwan – 235 cases, 2 death

Thailand – 934, 4 deaths

Togo- 23

Tunisia – 60, 3 deaths

Turkey – 1874, 44 deaths

Ukraine – 113, 3 deaths

United Arab Emirates – 333, 2 deaths

United Kingdom – 8317, 433 deaths

and United States – 55231 cases, 593 deaths

Uruguay – 189

Uzbekistan – 56

Gibraltar – 1

Vatican City – 1

Venezuela – 91 cases

Vietnam – 141

Zambia – 12 cases

Zimbabwe – 3 cases

How Coronavirus affected football matches and sports events:

The outbreak of the coronavirus has had a serious impact on a number of European football events and sports activities in places where the spread of the virus has been most severe.

50 countries suspended their football championships until 25th March. 

Only 1 football championship is still live  with spectators:  Belarus;   

Checkout HERE all the games that are postponed or affected  because of coronavirus.

What sporting events are affected by the pandemic?

Euro 2020 Football Jun 12, 2020 – Sun, Jul 12, 2020 is  postponed for 2021

UEFA has officially postponed the Champions League final with no rescheduled date.

Insiders say they expect UEFA to postpone this summer’s Euro championship by a year, to 2021. UEFA must also decide what will happen to this season’s Champions League and Europa League contests.

Expect a decision in 17 March 2020 late afternoon.

SerieA, La Liga, Bundesliga, Champions League, EL,  Nations League are  all postponed.

Champions League match Paris Saint-Germain vs Borussia Dortmund match scheduled for 11 march is going to be played behind closed doors as the spread of coronavirus. 

Italy’s Serie A has been impacted through the postponement of games with the south European country dealing with a serious outbreak. The Coppa Italia final has been moved to the end of May and all Serie A games until April 3 will be played behind closed doors.

Crucial ‘Italian derbies’ in decades Juventus 🆚 Inter was  played at an empty ground amid Italy’s #coronavirus lockdown.

HOT NEWS: Eurovision 2020 cancelled 

Indian Wells Tennis Tournament and NBA Suspended Because of Coronavirus Outbreak 

Public health officials in California declared an emergency in the area where one of tennis’ signature tournaments would be held.

Furthermore, Japan Olympics  2020 that should start in July, are postponed for July 2021.