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This interactive dashboard tracks the world’s recorded covid-19 cases and deaths, plus vaccines administered

Health

8 September 2021
, updated 22 September 2021

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These charts track recorded covid-19 cases, deaths, deaths per million people, and the percentage of people who are fully vaccinated, broken down by country. We’ve used logarithmic scales to allow us to compare trends between countries. Keep up to date with the latest coronavirus news via our covid-19 daily update.
Data updated weekly. Latest coronavirus data as of 22 September.
This chart is built using data from Johns Hopkins University and is useful for seeing the trends of outbreaks in different countries. A straight, diagonal line upwards indicates an outbreak that is growing exponentially, while an upwards line that is curving off shows an outbreak is slowing down. The accuracy of the data may be compromised by factors such as limited testing or delays to the reporting of test results. The true number of cases worldwide will be much higher than shown here.

Some countries are better than others at reporting deaths, and the true number worldwide will be much higher than shown here.

Plotting deaths per million people in each country makes it possible to compare which countries have been hit proportionately hardest. The same caveats apply: some countries are better than others at reporting deaths.

The number of fully vaccinated people for countries which report the breakdown of doses administered by first and second dose.

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