COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Statistics
Last updated: Wed, 29 Nov 2023 02:01:20 GMT

According to experts, the growth in new coronavirus cases in the world is slowing, likely due to the decrease in travel-related cases and travel restrictions. However there is still a long way to go in controlling the spread of Covid-19, and particular attention needs to be paid to the rate of community transmission.

The following chart shows the percent growth in cases,active cases and many other aspects that we can look at on daily basis. Generally, we want those lines to be heading downwards towards zero.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Statistics
Last updated: Wed, 29 Nov 2023 02:01:20 GMT
Active Cases
Closed Cases

Prevention Measures

  • Wash your hands often with soap for at least 20 seconds.
  • Do not touch eyes, mouth and mucous organs with dirty hands.
  • Avoid close contact with infected people.
  • Do often wet cleaning with disinfectants.
  • Specify the epidemiological situation when planning your trip.
  • Use breathing masks to protect the respiratory system.
  • At the first signs of illness, seek medical help from medical institutions.

Public Social Distance

  • stay at home and only go out if it is absolutely essential
  • keep 1.5 metres away from others
  • avoid physical greetings such as handshaking, hugs and kisses
  • use tap and go instead of cash
  • travel at quiet times and avoid crowds
  • avoid public gatherings and at risk groups like older people
  • practise good hygiene

Other Coronaviruses?

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle Eastern respiratory syndrome (MERS) are both caused by coronaviruses that came from animals.

  • In 2002, SARS spread virtually unchecked to 37 countries, causing global panic, infecting more than 8,000 people and killing more than 750.
  • Since 2012, MERS appears to be less easily passed from human to human, but has greater lethality, killing 35% of about 2,500 people who have been infected.