Countries with Most Number of Coronavirus Cases, Listed in Google COVID-19 Map

As of today - March 28, 2020 - 3:15 PM, the United States of America has become the new epicenter of COVID-19 infection surpassing both Italy and China with 104,671 confirmed cases, 1,711 deaths, and 2,387 recoveries.

Google COVID-19 Map, Countries with Coronavirus Cases

I got that information from Google's recently launched COVID-19 Map which gives us up to date figures, including number of confirmed cases, cases per 1 million people, recoveries, and deaths - from every country around the world affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

For concerned groups and individuals who are also interested in monitoring the global COVID-19 situation, you can visit the map regularly at google.com/covid19-map/

Countries with Coronavirus Cases

As of writing, the top 10 countries with the most number of Coronavirus Cases include the USA, Italy, China, Spain, Germany, France, Iran, United Kingdom, Switzerland, and South Korea.

Currently, the country with the most recoveries is China at 74,971 while Italy has the most number of patients who have fallen to the disease at 9,134.

Coronavirus Cases Map by Google

The Philippines sits at the number 42 position in terms of total number of confirmed cases but sadly, in the group of countries with 600 to 900 citizens who tested positive for COVID-19, our country is the worst in preventing mortality or death due to the disease.

Personally, I think the Philippine media should keep pointing this out and DOH should do more about it.


According to World Health Organization, COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. The institution noted that most people infected with this coronavirus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment. However, older people and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease, diabetes, and cancer are more likely to develop serious illness.

Let's keep praying for everyone's safety and for this pandemic to come to an end sooner than later. We all can help stop the spread of the virus by staying home and distancing ourselves physically from others until this crisis subsides. God bless us all!

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