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Independent Country in Southeastern Asia (World)

Contents: COVID-19 Cases (Coronavirus Disease)

COVID-19 Cases (Coronavirus Disease) in Malaysia as well as related information and services (Wikipedia, Google, images).

Info Measure for growth: Number of new cases per day and 100,000 inhabitants.

MalaysiaIndependent Country7905,0726,7798,3388,6779,0239,36011,22429,44159,81769,095
World214,8732,055,7484,347,0187,360,23912,041,48018,810,39226,031,41033,881,27244,481,66760,392,43965,220,557

Source: 2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 Data Repository by Johns Hopkins CSSE.

Last Change: 2020-12-04 06:15 UTC

Explanation: The world's total figures are slightly higher than the sum of cases in the tabulated countries because of COVID-19 cases on cruise ships. Most population figures refer to mid-2020.


Further information about the Cases:

New Cases per Day
PeriodNumberper 100,000
inhabitants
03-18 ~ 04-15152.90.468
04-15 ~ 05-1361.00.187
05-13 ~ 06-1055.70.170
06-10 ~ 07-0812.10.037
07-08 ~ 08-0512.40.038
08-05 ~ 09-0212.00.037
09-02 ~ 09-3066.60.204
09-30 ~ 10-28650.61.992
10-28 ~ 11-251,084.93.322
11-25 ~ 12-031,159.83.551
Deaths
dateNumberper 1 million
inhabitants
2020-03-1820.0612
2020-04-15832.5416
2020-05-131113.3990
2020-06-101183.6133
2020-07-081213.7052
2020-08-051253.8277
2020-09-021283.9195
2020-09-301364.1645
2020-10-282467.5328
2020-11-2534510.5644
2020-12-0337611.5136
Acutely Ill
dateNumberper 100,000
inhabitants
2020-03-187282.2292
2020-04-152,3427.1715
2020-05-131,3874.2472
2020-06-101,2063.6929
2020-07-08700.2143
2020-08-051960.6002
2020-09-021530.4685
2020-09-301,1213.4326
2020-10-2810,12330.9979
2020-11-2512,97139.7189
2020-12-0310,80233.0771
Recovered
dateNumber
2020-03-1860
2020-04-152,647
2020-05-135,281
2020-06-107,014
2020-07-088,486
2020-08-058,702
2020-09-029,079
2020-09-309,967
2020-10-2819,072
2020-11-2546,501
2020-12-0357,917
Cases: Status (20-12-03)
acutely ill10,802
deceased376
recovered57,917

World: COVID-19 cases, incidence rates, deaths, acutely ill people and growth by countries