Coronavirus: the situation in the world as of Monday January 18, the most-hit countries

Published by Julie M. · Published on 18 January 2021 at 10h33 · Updated on 18 January 2021 at 11h45
Currently spreading over the world, coronavirus has infected over 95 million people. Covid-19 has killed at least 2.05 million people as well. What are the most-infected countries? What country does report the highest infection toll? What country is doing better? What country does vaccinate the most? Here is the overall situation as of Monday January 18, 2021.

As of Monday January 18, 2021, Coronavirus has infected 95,695,796 people around the world, and has killed at least 2,052,817 people. What are the most-infected countries? Keep reading to discover the TOP 10 countries reporting the highest case toll, death toll, or recovery toll.

10 countries with the highest case toll:

  1. The United-States: 24,481,998 cases reported
  2. India: 10,572,672 cases reported
  3. Brazil: 8,490,391 cases reported
  4. Russia: 3,591,066 cases reported
  5. The United-Kingdom: 3,395,959 cases reported
  6. France: 2,910,989 cases reported
  7. Turkey: 2,387,101 cases reported
  8. Italy: 2,381,277 cases reported
  9. Spain: 2,252,164 cases reported
  10. Germany: 2,052,005 cases reported

10 territories with the highest case toll for one million inhabitants:

  1. Andorra: 118,015/M
  2. Gibraltar: 106,159/M
  3. Montenegro: 87,915/M
  4. Czech Republic: 83,742/M
  5. San Marino: 83,174/M
  6. Luxembourg: 81,149/M
  7. The United-States: 74,823/M
  8. Panama: 72,146/M
  9. Slovenia: 72,146/M
  10. Georgia: 66,698/M

10 countries with the highest death toll:

  1. The United-States: 407,202 deaths
  2. Brazil: 209,958 deaths
  3. India: 152,958 deaths
  4. Mexico: 151,900 deaths
  5. The United-Kingdom: 89,261 deaths
  6. Italy: 82,177 deaths
  7. France: 70,283 deaths
  8. Russia: 66,037 deaths
  9. Iran: 56,803 deaths
  10. Spain: 53,314 deaths

10 countries with the highest death toll for one million inhabitants:

  1. Saint-Marin: 1,947/M
  2. Belgium: 1,784/M
  3. Slovenia: 1,539/M
  4. Italy: 1,359/M
  5. Czech Republic: 1,357/M
  6. The United-Kingdom: 1,340/M
  7. North Macedonia: 1,301/M
  8. Liechtenstein: 1,271/M
  9. Bosnia and Herzegovina: 1,258/M
  10. The United-States: 1,245/M

10 countries with the highest death rate:

  1. Yemen: 28.98%
  2. Western Sahara: 10%
  3. Mexico: 8.41%
  4. Montserrat: 7.69%
  5. Syria: 6.38%
  6. Ecuador: 6.19%
  7. Sudan: 6.10%
  8. Isle of Man:5.846%
  9. Egypt: 5.49%
  10. China: 5.25%

10 countries with the highest recovery toll:

  1. The United-States: 14,433,180 
  2. India: 10,210,697
  3. Brazil: 7,411,654
  4. Russia: 2,978,764
  5. Turkey: 2,262,864
  6. Italy: 1,745,726
  7. Colombia: 1,729,633
  8. Germany: 1,691,592
  9. Argentina: 1,583,465
  10. Mexico: 1,223,108

10 countries with the highest active case toll as of Monday January 18, 2021:

  1. The United-States: 9,641,616
  2. The United-Kingdom: 3,306,698
  3. France: 2,610,511
  4. Spain: 2,198,850
  5. The Netherlands: 899,548 
  6. Brazil: 788,779 
  7. Belgium: 611,107
  8. Italy: 553,374 
  9. Russia: 546,262
  10. Sweden: 413,163

10 countries that vaccinate people the most around the world:

  1. The United-States: 12,222,415 people vaccinated
  2. China: 10,000,000 people vaccinated
  3. The United-Kingdom: 3,857,266 people vaccinated
  4. Israel: 2,235,000 people vaccinated
  5. The United Arab Emirates: 1,882,778 people vaccinated
  6. Italy: 1,123,021 people vaccinated
  7. Germany: 1,048,160 people vaccinated
  8. Russia: 1,000,000 people vaccinated
  9. Spain: 768,950 people vaccinated
  10. Turkey: 706,451 people vaccinated

France is the 14th country with 422,127 people vaccinated as of Monday January 18, 2021.

10 countries that vaccinated the highest percentage of their population:

  1. Israel: 26.97 % of the population vaccinated
  2. The United Arab Emirates: 20.03% of the population vaccinated
  3. Bahrein: 9.19% of the population vaccinated
  4. Gibraltar: 7.23% of the population vaccinated
  5. Samoa: 7% of the population vaccinated
  6. The United-Kingdom: 5.79% of the population vaccinated
  7. The United-States: 3.74% of the population vaccinated
  8. Czech Republic: 3.42% of the population vaccinated
  9. Denmark: 2.98% of the population vaccinated
  10. Malta: 1.92% of the population vaccinated

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