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Guinea-Bissau

Independent Country in Western Africa (World)

Contents: COVID-19 Cases (Coronavirus Disease)

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

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

Guinea-BissauIndependent Country0438361389179020322205232424032422244725102999348836943739
World2148732055748434701873602391204148018810392260314103388127244481667603924397870443496889111109906540121236989138259810157284719

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

Last Change: 2021-05-09 05:15 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:

Cases
untilNumberper 100,000
inhabitants
2020-04-15432.6
2020-05-1383651.4
2020-06-101,38985.5
2020-07-081,790110.2
2020-08-052,032125.0
2020-09-022,205135.7
2020-09-302,324143.0
2020-10-282,403147.9
2020-11-252,422149.0
2020-12-232,447150.6
2021-01-202,510154.5
2021-02-172,999184.6
2021-03-173,488214.6
2021-04-143,694227.3
2021-05-083,739230.1
New Cases per Day
PeriodNumberper 100,000
inhabitants
2020-03-18 ~ 04-151.50.1
2020-04-15 ~ 05-1328.31.7
2020-05-13 ~ 06-1019.81.2
2020-06-10 ~ 07-0814.30.9
2020-07-08 ~ 08-058.60.5
2020-08-05 ~ 09-026.20.4
2020-09-02 ~ 09-304.30.3
2020-09-30 ~ 10-282.80.2
2020-10-28 ~ 11-250.70.0
2020-11-25 ~ 12-230.90.1
2020-12-23 ~ 01-202.30.1
2021-01-20 ~ 02-1717.51.1
2021-02-17 ~ 03-1717.51.1
2021-03-17 ~ 04-147.40.5
2021-04-14 ~ 05-081.90.1
Deaths
untilNumberper 1 million
inhabitants
2020-05-1331.8
2020-06-10127.4
2020-07-082515.4
2020-08-052716.6
2020-09-023420.9
2020-09-303924.0
2020-10-284125.2
2020-11-254326.5
2020-12-234527.7
2021-01-204527.7
2021-02-174628.3
2021-03-175433.2
2021-04-146640.6
2021-05-086741.2

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