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  1. Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, recoveries, and deaths worldwide as of May 2,...

    • statista.com
    • chinformations.net
    • +5more
    Updated Dec 15, 2020
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  2. Weekly United States COVID-19 Cases and Deaths by State - ARCHIVED

    • data.cdc.gov
    • healthdata.gov
    application/rdfxml +5
    Updated Jun 1, 2023
  3. Corona virus latest data 2023

    • kaggle.com
    Updated Apr 29, 2023
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  4. Coronavirus - Brazil

    • kaggle.com
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  5. H

    Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases Data

    • data.humdata.org
    • codesign.blog
    • +1more
    csv
    Updated May 2, 2023
  6. T

    United States Coronavirus COVID-19 Cases

    • tradingeconomics.com
    • da.tradingeconomics.com
    • +16more
    csv, excel, json, xml
    Updated Dec 15, 2021
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  7. Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases

    • redivis.com
    avro, csv, ndjson +4
    Updated Jul 13, 2020
  8. T

    World Coronavirus COVID-19 Deaths

    • tradingeconomics.com
    • da.tradingeconomics.com
    • +16more
    csv, excel, json, xml
    Updated Mar 9, 2020
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  9. d

    Washington State Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases

    • catalog.data.gov
    • data.wa.gov
    • +2more
    Updated Sep 15, 2023
  10. n

    Coronavirus (Covid-19) Data in the United States

    • nytimes.com
    • openicpsr.org
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  11. d

    Indonesia: Coronavirus(COVID-19) Subnational Cases

    • data.world
    • data.humdata.org
    • +1more
    csv, zip
    Updated May 15, 2024
  12. Cumulative cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. from Jan. 20, 2020 - Nov. 11, 2022,...

    • statista.com
    • floumch.net
    • +3more
    Updated Nov 17, 2022
  13. j

    Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and...

    • systems.jhu.edu
    • github.com
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  14. a

    Coronavirus COVID-19 Cases

    • peru-mapathon-amerigeoss.hub.arcgis.com
    • coronavirus-resources.esri.com
    • +2more
    Updated Feb 6, 2020
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  15. d

    COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19)

    • data.world
    • explore.openaire.eu
    • +1more
    csv, zip
    Updated Jun 3, 2024
  16. i

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tweets Dataset

    • ieee-dataport.org
    • search.datacite.org
    • +1more
    Updated Oct 26, 2020
    + more versions
  17. i

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Geo-tagged Tweets Dataset

    • ieee-dataport.org
    • commons.datacite.org
    Updated Jan 22, 2023
  18. a

    Coronavirus COVID-19 Cases V2

    • hub.arcgis.com
    • covid-19-data.unstatshub.org
    • +7more
    Updated Mar 26, 2020
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  19. k

    State COVID-19 Data and Policy Actions

    • kff.org
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  20. Latest Coronavirus COVID-19 global figures

    • covid19-today.pages.dev
    json
    Updated Oct 21, 2022
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Statista (2020). Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, recoveries, and deaths worldwide as of May 2, 2023 [Dataset]. https://www.statista.com/statistics/1087466/covid19-cases-recoveries-deaths-worldwide/
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, recoveries, and deaths worldwide as of May 2, 2023

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Dataset updated
Dec 15, 2020
Dataset authored and provided by
Statistahttp://statista.com/
Time period covered
May 2, 2023
Area covered
Worldwide
Description

As of May 2, 2023, there were roughly 687 million global cases of COVID-19. Around 660 million people had recovered from the disease, while there had been almost 6.87 million deaths. The United States, India, and Brazil have been among the countries hardest hit by the pandemic.

The various types of human coronavirus The SARS-CoV-2 virus is the seventh known coronavirus to infect humans. Its emergence makes it the third in recent years to cause widespread infectious disease following the viruses responsible for SARS and MERS. A continual problem is that viruses naturally mutate as they attempt to survive. Notable new variants of SARS-CoV-2 were first identified in the UK, South Africa, and Brazil. Variants are of particular interest because they are associated with increased transmission.

Vaccination campaigns Common human coronaviruses typically cause mild symptoms such as a cough or a cold, but the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has led to more severe respiratory illnesses and deaths worldwide. Several COVID-19 vaccines have now been approved and are being used around the world.

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