ⓘ Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in July 2020. This article documents the chronology and epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2 in July 2020, the virus which causes the co ..

                                     

ⓘ Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in July 2020

This article documents the chronology and epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2 in July 2020, the virus which causes the coronavirus disease 2019 and is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic. The first human cases of COVID-19 were identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.

                                     

1.1. Pandemic chronology 1 July

WHO situation report 163:

  • Malaysia has reported only one imported case, bringing the number of active cases to 144, with a total of 8.640 cases. 21 patients have recovered, bringing the total to 8.375. The death toll remains at 121.
  • New Zealand has reported no new cases, keeping the number of active cases at 22, with a total number of 1.528 cases 1.178 confirmed and 350 probable, 1.484 recoveries and 22 deaths. One case remains in hospital.
  • Singapore has reported 215 new cases, bringing the total to 44.122.
  • Ukraine has reported 664 new cases and 14 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 44.998 and 1.173 respectively; a total of 19.548 patients have recovered.
                                     

1.2. Pandemic chronology 2 July

WHO situation report 164:

  • Brazil has reported 1.038 new deaths, taking the countrys total to 60.632.
  • The United States has reported 50.700 new cases, the highest daily number of new infections recorded so far. The total is over 2.73 million.
  • Malaysia has reported three new cases, bringing the total number to 8.643 cases with 85 active cases. 62 have recovered, bringing the number of recovered to 8.437. The death toll remains at 121.
  • Singapore has reported 188 new cases, bringing the total to 44.310. 418 have recovered, bringing the total number of recovered to 39.429.
  • France has reported 14 new deaths, taking the total to 29.875. The number of hospitalised cases decreases by 188 to 8.148, and the total number of people in intensive care fell by 9 to 573.
  • New Zealand has reported two new cases, bringing the total number to 1.530 cases 1.180 confirmed and 350 probable. Six people have recovered, bringing the number of active cases down to 18 and the total number of recoveries to 1.490. The death toll remains at 22.
  • The United Kingdom reported 89 new deaths, taking the countrys official total to 43.995, although estimates place the true number closer to 55.000.
  • Ukraine has reported 889 new cases and 12 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 45.887 and 1.185 respectively; a total of 20.053 patients have recovered.
  • Serbia reported 359 new cases and 6 new deaths, bringing the totals to 15.195 and 287 respectively. There are currently 1.996 active cases with 81 patients in intensive care.
                                     

1.3. Pandemic chronology 3 July

WHO situation report 165:

  • New Zealand has reported no new cases, with the number of active cases remaining 18 and the total number remaining 1.530 1.180 confirmed and 350 probable. There have been a total of 1.490 recoveries and 22 deaths.
  • Singapore has reported 169 new cases, bringing the total to 44.479. 340 have recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 39.769. The death toll remains at 26.
  • South Korea has reported 63 new cases, bringing the total to 12.967. The death toll remained at 282.
  • Ukraine has reported 876 new cases and 27 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 46.763 and 1.212 respectively; a total of 20.558 patients have recovered.
  • Iran has reported 154 new deaths, taking the countrys total to 11.260. The total number of cases was confirmed to stand at 235.429.
  • Brazil has reported 37.923 new cases, bringing the total to over 1.5 million. A further 1.091 deaths were recorded, bringing that total to 64.265.
  • Spain has reported 17 new deaths in the last 24 hours.
  • The United States reported 57.683 new cases, the highest daily increase so far, bringing the total number of cases to 2.793.022. A further 728 deaths were also reported, bringing the death toll to 129.405.
  • Japan reported 124 new cases in the capital Tokyo, with 70 per cent of the infected below the age of forty.
  • The United Kingdom has reported 137 new deaths, bringing the confirmed total to 44.131, with a 544 people testing positive for coronavirus.
  • India has reported a daily record of 20.903 new cases, bringing the countrys total to 625.544. 379 deaths were also recorded, taking the total death toll to 18.213.
  • Malaysia has reported five new cases three imported and two community transmissions, with the number of active cases being 81 and the total number being 8.648 cases. Nine people have recovered, bringing the number of recovered to 8.446. The death toll remains at 121.
  • France has reported 18 new deaths, taking the total to 29.893. It was also reported that the number of people in intensive care fell by 13 to 560.
  • Saudi Arabia has reported 4.193 new cases, taking the countrys total past 200.000 to 201.801. 1.802 deaths were also reported, with over 140.000 having recovered from the virus.


                                     

1.4. Pandemic chronology 4 July

WHO situation report 166

  • Azerbaijan has reported 534 new cases, bringing the total to 19.801. The death toll rose to 241 and the number of recoveries was reported to be at almost 11.300.
  • Russia has reported 6.632 new cases and 168 new deaths, bringing the totals to 674.515 and 10.027 respectively.
  • South Africa has reported 9.064 new cases, the highest daily total so far, with more than 177.000 cases now confirmed in the country.
  • India has reported a new daily record of 22.772 cases, bringing the total to 648.315. A further 442 deaths were reported, bringing the total death toll thus far to 18.655.
  • Singapore has reported 185 new cases, bringing the total to 44.664.
  • Malaysia has reported ten new cases, bringing the total to 8.658. There are 76 active cases, with two requiring respirator support. 15 patients have recovered, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.461. The death toll remains at 121.
  • Brazil has recorded 37.923
  • South Korea has reported 63 new cases, taking the total to 13.030. The death toll remained at 283.
  • New Zealand has reported no new cases, with the number of active cases at 18 and the total number at 1.530 cases 1.180 confirmed and 350 probable. There have been a total of 1.490 recoveries and 22 deaths.
  • Australia has reported 108 new cases in the state of Victoria, the biggest daily increase since March.
  • Ukraine has reported 914 new cases and 15 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 47.677 and 1.227 respectively; a total of 21.155 patients have recovered.
                                     

1.5. Pandemic chronology 5 July

WHO situation report 167

  • New Zealand has reported three new cases, with the number of active cases at 21 and the total number at 1.533 cases 1.183 confirmed and 340 probable. There have been a total of 1.490 recoveries and 22 deaths.
  • Singapore has reported 136 new cases, bringing the total to 44.800. 324 have been discharged as of Sunday, bringing the total number of recoveries to 40.441.
  • Malaysia has reported five new cases, with the number of active cases at 77 and the total number at 8.663. Four patients have recovered, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.465. The death toll remains at 121.
  • Ukraine has reported 823 new cases and 22 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 48.500 and 1.249 respectively; a total of 21.376 patients have recovered.
                                     

1.6. Pandemic chronology 6 July

WHO situation report 168

  • New Zealand has reported one new case, bringing the number of active cases to 22 and the total number to 1.534 cases 1.184 confirmed and 350 probable. There have been a total of 1.490 recoveries and 22 deaths.
  • Vietnam reported 14 imported cases, bringing the countrys total number of cases to 369. No further deaths have been reported, with 90% of cases having recovered.
  • Indonesia reported 1.209 new cases and 70 new deaths, bringing the totals to 64.958 and 3.241 respectively.
  • Singapore has reported 183 new cases, bringing the total to 44.983.
  • Ukraine has reported 543 new cases and 13 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 49.043 and 1.262 respectively; a total of 21.703 patients have recovered.
  • Fiji reported the countrys first case in 78 days in a tourist returning from India.
  • France reported 27 new deaths, taking the total to 29.920. The number of patients in intensive care was recorded to have fallen by 12 to 548.
  • Pakistan reported 3.344 new cases, including Health Secretary Zafar Mirza, bringing the total to 231.818. 50 new deaths were also reported, bringing that total to 4.844.
  • The United Kingdom reported 16 new deaths, the lowest figure since 16 March, bringing the total to 44.236. No new deaths were reported in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.
  • India reported 24.428 new cases, bringing the countrys total to 697.413.
  • Malaysia has reported five new cases, bringing the number of active cases to 77 and the total number to 8.668. 11 cases have been discharged, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.476.
  • The United States passed 130.000 deaths to record a total of 130.007. It was also reported that the total number of cases had reached 2.888.729.
  • The Australian state of Victoria has reported 127 cases, the biggest overnight spike in Australia since the pandemic began. Australia also recorded two deaths, bringing the death toll to 106.
  • Qatar reported 546 new cases and 5 new deaths, bringing the totals to 100.345 and 133 respectively.


                                     

1.7. Pandemic chronology 7 July

WHO situation report 169

  • Indonesia reported 1.268 new cases and 68 new deaths, bringing the totals to 66.226 and 3.309 respectively. It was also reported that 30.785 people have recovered so far.
  • India reported 22.252 new cases and 467 new deaths, taking the death toll above 20.000 to 20.160.
  • Russia reported 6.368 new cases and 198 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 694.230 and 10.494 respectively.
  • The United Kingdom reported 581 new cases, taking the countrys total to 286.349. A further 155 deaths were also recorded, bringing the official total to 44.391, although the Office for National Statistics puts the number of excess deaths from COVID-19 over 55.000.
  • Malaysia has reported six new cases, with the number of active cases at 72 and the total number at 8.674. Five have recovered, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.481. The death tolls remains at 121.
  • France reported 13 new deaths, taking the total to 29.933. This figure accounts for a downward revision of the number of nursing home fatalities; the number who died in the countrys hospitals increased by 34 to 19.457. The number of fatalities in nursing homes was confirmed to be 10.476, a decrease from the figure of 10.497 reported a week earlier.
  • Germany reported 397 new cases and 12 new deaths, bringing the totals to 197.341 and 9.036 respectively, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute.
  • South Africa reported 8.971 cases, taking the total over 200.000 to 205.721.
  • The Australian state of Victoria has reported 191 new cases.
  • Serbia reported 299 new cases and 13 deaths, bringing the totals to 16.168 and 330 respectively. 110 patients were reported to be in intensive care.
  • Iran reported 2.637 new cases, taking the total number of positive cases to 245.688. The country also reported a record daily increase of 200 deaths, bringing the total to 11.931.
  • Singapore has reported 157 new cases, bringing the total to 45.140.
  • Ukraine has reported 564 new cases and 21 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 49.607 and 1.283 respectively; a total of 22.139 patients have recovered.
  • New Zealand has reported two new cases and two new recoveries, bringing the number of active cases to 22 and the number of recovered to 1.492. There have been a total of 1.536 cases 1.186 confirmed and 350 probable. The death toll has been 22.
  • The United States reported that the total number of cases has passed 3 million.
                                     

1.8. Pandemic chronology 8 July

WHO situation report 170

  • Australia reported 134 new cases in the state of Victoria.
  • Iran reported 153 new deaths, bringing the total death toll to over 12.000. It was also reported that the total number of cases has reached 248.379 and that 209.463 have recovered.
  • New Zealand has reported one new cases, bringing the number of active cases to 23 and the total number to 1.537 1.187 confirmed and 350 probable. The number of recovered remains 1.492 and the death toll 22. The latest case is a 32-year old man who briefly escaped managed isolation in Auckland before being detained by the authorities.
  • Mexico reported 6.995 new cases and 782 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 275.003 and 32.796 respectively.
  • Hong Kong reported 24 new cases, 19 of which were confirmed to be locally transmitted. The total number of cases stands at 1.324 with 7 deaths.
  • Singapore has reported 158 new cases, bringing the total to 45.298. In addition, a patient who had COVID-19 died from respiratory arrest.
  • Ukraine has reported 807 new cases and 23 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 50.414 and 1.306 respectively; a total of 23.119 patients have recovered.
  • Oman reported 1.210 new cases, taking the total over 50.000 to 50.207. 9 new deaths were also reported, raising the death toll to 233.
  • France reported 32 new deaths, bringing the total to 29.965.
  • Russia reported 6.562 new cases, taking the total number of cases above 700.000 to 700.792. A further 173 deaths were also reported, bringing the total confirmed death toll to 10.667.
  • The United Kingdom reported 630 new cases and 126 new deaths, taking the countrys official totals to 286.979 and 44.517 respectively.
  • Argentina reported a daily record of 3.604 new cases, raising the total number of confirmed cases to 275.003. The death toll was confirmed to be at 1.694.
  • The Philippines reported 2.539 new cases, the highest daily increase recorded thus far. A further 5 deaths were also reported, raising the death toll to 1.314.
  • Malaysia has reported three new cases, bringing the number of active cases to 70 and the total number to 8.677. Five patients have been discharged, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.486. The death toll remains at 121.
                                     

1.9. Pandemic chronology 9 July

WHO situation report 171

  • India reported a daily record of 24.879 newly confirmed cases, raising the total to 767.296 cases. A further 487 deaths were also recorded, bringing the total death toll to 21.129.
  • Mexico reported 7.280 new cases, the highest daily total so far, and 730 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 282.283 and 33.526 respectively.
  • Malaysia has reported six new cases, bringing the total number to 8.683. 13 cases have been discharged, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.499. There are 63 active cases, with two in intensive care and one on ventilator support. The death toll remains at 121.
  • New Zealand has reported three new cases, bringing the number of active cases to 24 and the total number to 1.540 1.190 confirmed 350 probable. There were two reported new recoveries, bringing the total number of recovered to 1.494. The death toll remains at 22.
  • Japan reported 224 new cases in the capital Tokyo, the largest daily increase so far.
  • The United States reported 65.551 new cases, the highest daily amount so far, raising the total number of confirmed cases to over 3.1 million. According to data from Johns Hopkins University, 1.000 deaths were recorded in the last 24 hours, raising the countrys death toll to 133.195.
  • South Africa reported 13.674 new cases, the highest daily total so far, raising the total number of confirmed cases so far to 238.339. A further 129 deaths were recorded, bringing the total death toll to 3.720; 113.061 patients have recovered. The health department also announced that over two million tests had now been performed.
  • South Korea reported 50 new cases, raising the total to 13.293. The death toll remained at 287.
  • Nigeria reported 460 new cases, taking the countrys total above 30.000 to 30.249. The total death toll was reported to be at 684.
  • Indonesia reported 2.657 new cases and 58 new deaths, bringing the totals to 70.736 and 3.417 respectively.
  • Ukraine has reported 810 new cases and 21 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 51.224 and 1.327 respectively; a total of 23.784 patients have recovered.
  • Germany reported 442 new cases and 12 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 197.783 and 9.048 respectively, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute.
  • Qatar reported 557 new cases and 4 new deaths, bringing the totals to 102.110 and 142 respectively.
  • Hong Kong reported 42 new cases, 34 of which were confirmed to be domestically transmitted, raising the total number of cases thus far to 1.366. No further deaths were reported, leaving the death toll at 7.
  • The United Kingdom reported 85 new deaths, bringing the total death toll to 44.602. No new deaths were reported in Scotland.
  • Bolivian President Jeanine Añez tested positive.
  • Slovakia reported 53 new cases, the biggest increase since April, raising the total to 1.851. It was also reported that the death toll stands at 28, with 1.477 recoveries. The number of active cases was confirmed to be 346, the highest since May 12.
  • China reported 9 new cases, all of which were imported, raising the total number of cases to 84.910. No further deaths were reported, leaving the death toll at 4.641. 74 people remain hospitalised.
  • Singapore has reported 125 new cases, bringing the total to 45.422. In addition, a patient who had COVID-19 died from respiratory arrest.
                                     

1.10. Pandemic chronology 10 July

WHO situation report 172

  • Hong Kong reported 38 new cases, raising the total confirmed so far to 1.404. The death toll remains at 7.
  • Malaysia has reported 13 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 8.696. 12 patients have been discharged, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.511. There are 64 active cases while the death toll remains at 121.
  • The United Kingdom reported 48 new deaths, taking the official total to 44.650. No new deaths were recorded in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.
  • Namibia reported 52 new cases and its first death, a 45-year-old man. The total number of cases has reached 667.
  • France reported over 600 new cases for the third consecutive day. 25 new deaths were recorded, taking the total death toll over 30.000 to 30.004.
  • Indonesia reported 1.611 new cases and 52 new deaths, bringing the numbers to 72.347 and 3.469 respectively. It was also confirmed that 33.529 patients have recovered.
  • Lebanon reported 71 new cases, the highest daily number so far.
  • New Zealand has reported two new cases, bringing the number of active cases to 23 and the total number to 1.542 1.192 confirmed and 350 probable. Three new cases were reported, bringing the total number of recovered to 1.497. The death toll remains at 22.
  • The Czech Republic reported 82 new cases, taking the total over 13.000.
  • Singapore has reported 191 new cases, bringing the total to 45.613.
  • Ukraine has reported 819 new cases and 18 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 52.043 and 1.345 respectively; a total of 24.800 patients have recovered.
  • The United States reported 69.000 new cases, another daily record, raising the total to 3.18 million, with more than 134.000 deaths confirmed so far.
  • The World Health Organization reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases, with the total rising by 228.102 in 24 hours.
  • Russia reported 6.635 new cases and 174 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 713.936 and 11.017 respectively, with 489.068 patients having recovered.
  • India reported 26.506 new cases, the highest daily number so far.
  • Serbia reported 386 new cases and 18 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 386 and 18 respectively.


                                     

1.11. Pandemic chronology 11 July

WHO situation report 173

  • The United Kingdom reported 820 new cases and 148 new deaths, taking the official totals to 288.953 and 44.798 respectively. It was also announced that 153.667 tests had been performed in the last 24 hours.
  • Brazil reported 45.000 new cases, taking the total to 1.8 million. 1.200 new deaths were also recorded, taking the death toll over 70.000 to 70.400.
  • Malaysia has reported eight new cases four imported cases, bringing the total number to 8.704. There are 67 active cases, with three in intensive care and two on ventilator support. Four patients have recovered, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.515. The country also reported one new death, bringing the total to 122.
  • Mexico reported 6.094 new cases and 539 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 295.268 and 34.730 respectively.
  • India reported a new high for the third consecutive day of 27.114 daily confirmed cases, taking the total over 800.000 to 820.916. 519 new deaths were also reported, raising that total to 22.123.
  • South Africa reported 13.497 new cases and 3.971 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 264.184 and 3.971 respectively.
  • Singapore has reported 170 new cases, bringing the total to 45.783.
  • Italy reported 188 new cases, a third of which were in the region of Lombardy, bringing the total to 242.827. 7 new deaths were also reported, raising the total to 34.945. The total number of active cases fell to 13.303; over 5.95 million tests have been performed.
  • New Zealand has reported one new case, bringing the number of active cases to 24 and the total number to 1.543 1.193 confirmed and 350 probable. The number of recovered remains at 1.497 while the death toll remains at 24.
  • The United States reported 66.528 new cases and 760 new deaths, raising the totals to 3.242.073 and 134.729 respectively, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Florida reported the largest daily increase in cases in a single state so far, with 15.299 positive cases confirmed.
  • Palestine recorded 436 new cases, bringing the total number confirmed thus far to 5.827. A further 5 deaths were recorded, raising the total death toll to 35. 829 people have recovered.
  • The Philippines reported 1.387 new cases, raising the total to 54.222. 12 new deaths were also recorded.
  • Lebanon reported a daily record of 86 new cases, raising the countrys total death toll to 2.168. A total of 36 deaths have been reported.
  • Australia reported 216 new cases in the state of Victoria.
  • Ukraine has reported 800 new cases and 27 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 52.843 and 1.372 respectively; a total of 25.661 patients have recovered.
  • Russia reported 6.611 new cases and 188 new deaths, bringing the total numbers so far to 720.547 and 11.205 respectively.
  • Turkey reported 1.016 new cases and 21 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 211.981 and 5.344 respectively. It was also announced that 1.334 patients have recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 193.217.
                                     

1.12. Pandemic chronology 12 July

WHO situation report 174

  • Lebanon reported a record of 166 new cases, raising the total so far to over 2.000.
  • Mexico reported 4.482 new cases and 276 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 299.750 and 35.006 respectively.
  • Australia reported 273 new cases and 1 new death in the state of Victoria.
  • Ukraine has reported 678 new cases and 11 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 53.521 and 1.383 respectively; a total of 26.118 patients have recovered.
  • South Korea reported 44 new cases, 21 of which were domestically transmitted, raising the confirmed number of cases to 13.417. 1 new death was also recorded, raising the total death toll to 289.
  • Brazil reported 631 new deaths, raising the countrys total number of deaths to 72.100. The number of confirmed cases rose to 1.864.681.
  • Argentina reported 2.657 new cases, taking the total number of confirmed cases above 100.000 to 100.166. The countrys death toll stands at 1.845.
  • Russia reported 6.615 new cases and 130 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 727.162 and 11.335 respectively.
  • New Zealand has reported one new case, bringing the number of active cases to 25 and the total number to 1.544 1.194 confirmed and 350 probable. The number of recovered remains at 1.497 while the death toll remains at 24.
  • The United Kingdom reported 650 new cases and 21 new deaths, raising the total numbers to 289.603 and 44.819 respectively. No new deaths were reported in Scotland or Wales.
  • Singapore has reported 178 new cases, bringing the total to 45.961.
  • Malaysia has reported 14 new cases three imported and 11 community transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 8.718. There have been four recoveries while the death toll remains at 122.
  • India reported 28.637 new cases, the highest daily total so far, raising the number of infections to 849.553. A further 551 deaths were also reported, raising the total to 22.674.
  • The World Health Organisation reported a new record of 230.370 positive cases confirmed in a single-day worldwide.
  • The United States reported a new daily record of 66.528 cases and 760 new deaths, raising the totals to 3.242.073 and 134.729 respectively, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
  • China reported 7 new cases, none of which were domestically transmitted, raising the total number of confirmed cases to 83.594. No further deaths were reported, leaving the total death toll at 4.634.
  • Greece reported 41 new cases, raising the countrys total to 3.772. No new deaths were reported; the death toll stands at 193.
  • Syria reported 4 new cases in Idlib Governorate.
  • Germany reported 282 new cases and 3 new deaths, raising the total numbers so far to 198.804 and 9.063 respectively.
                                     

1.13. Pandemic chronology 13 July

WHO situation report 175

  • Indonesia reported 1.282 new cases and 50 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 76.981 and 3.656 respectively.
  • Ukraine has reported 602 new cases and 15 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 54.133 and 1.398 respectively; a total of 26.503 patients have recovered.
  • India reported 28.701 new cases and 500 new deaths, raising the total death toll to 23.174.
  • Mexico reported 4.695 new cases and 485 new deaths, raising the total numbers to 304.435 and 35.491 respectively.
  • New Zealand has reported no new cases. The number of active cases remains 25, with total number remaining at 1.544 1.194 confirmed and 350 probable. The number of recovered remains at 1.497 while the death toll remains at 22.
  • Germany reported 159 new cases and 1 death, raising the total numbers to 198.963 and 9.064 respectively, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute.
  • Singapore has reported 322 new cases, bringing the total to 46.282.
  • China reported 3 new cases, and 5 new asymptomatic cases, raising the total number of confirmed cases to 83.605. The death toll remains at 4.634.
  • South Korea reported 62 new cases, 19 of which were domestically transmitted, raising the total number confirmed so far to 13.479. No further deaths were reported, leaving the death toll at 289.
  • The United States reported 60.469 new cases and 312 new deaths, raising the countrys totals to 3.296.599 and 134.884 respectively.
  • The United Kingdom reported 11 new deaths, raising the official death toll to 44.830.
  • Malaysia has reported seven new cases, bring the number of active cases to 83 and the total number to 8.725. There has been one recovery, bring the total number of recovered to 8.520 cases. The death toll remains at 122.
  • France reported that the number of hospitalised COVID-19 patients has decreased from 7.062 to 6.983, with the number in intensive care falling from 496 to 492.
  • The Philippines reported 2.124 new cases and a new daily high of 162 deaths, raising the total numbers to 56.259 and 1.534 respectively.
                                     

1.14. Pandemic chronology 14 July

  • Hong Kong reported 48 new cases, 40 of which were domestically transmitted, raising the total number of confirmed cases to over 1.500. The death toll remains at 8.
  • Ukraine has reported 638 new cases and 14 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 54.771 and 1.412 respectively; a total of 27.154 patients have recovered.
  • New Zealand has reported one new case, bringing the number of active cases to 25 and the total number to 1.545 1.195 confirmed and 350 probable. There was one new recovery, bringing the total to 1.498. The death toll remains at 22.
  • Chile reported 1.836 new cases, the lowest daily increase in 63 days, raising the total number of infections to 319.493. The death toll rose to 7.069.
  • Spain reported 666 new cases from around 120 different outbreaks, raising the total confirmed so far to 256.619.
  • Israel reported 1.681 new cases, the highest daily increase reported so far. 3 new deaths were reported, raising the death toll to 368. There are currently 177 patients in a serious condition, with 55 on ventilators, with a total of 21.118 active cases.
  • Iran reported 179 new deaths, raising the total number of fatalities to 13.211. 2.521 new cases were also recorded, raising the total number to 262.173.
  • China reported 6 new cases, all imported, raising the total number of cases to 83.611. No further deaths were reported, leaving the death toll at 4.634.
  • Singapore has reported 347 new cases, bringing the total to 46.629. Another death was later confirmed, bringing the total to 27.
  • Algeria reported 527 new cases, the highest daily increase reported so far, 10 new deaths, and 337 new recoveries.
  • Germany reported 412 new cases and 4 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 199.375 and 9.068 respectively.
  • Malaysia has reported four new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 8.729. There are currently 83 cases, with four in intensive care and two on ventilator support. Four have recovered, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.524. The death toll remains at 122.
  • The Philippines reported 634 new cases and 6 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 57.545 and 1.603 respectively.
  • Russia reported 6.428 new cases and 175 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 739.947 and 11.614 respectively.
  • The United Kingdom reported 398 new lab-confirmed cases and 138 new deaths, bringing the official totals to 291.373 and 44.968 respectively. No further deaths were reported in Scotland.
  • India reported 28.498 new cases and 553 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 906.752 and 23.727 respectively.
                                     

1.15. Pandemic chronology 15 July

  • New Zealand has reported two new cases, bringing the number of active cases to 27 and the total number to 1.547 1.197 confirmed and 350 probable. The number of recovered remains at 1.498 while the death toll remains at 22.
  • Malaysia has reported five new cases, bringing the number of active cases to 86 and the total number to 8.734. Two people were discharged, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.526. The death toll remains at 122.
  • Ukraine has reported 836 new cases and 15 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 55.607 and 1.427 respectively; a total of 28.131 patients have recovered.
  • Singapore has reported 249 new cases, bringing the total to 46.878.
                                     

1.16. Pandemic chronology 16 July

  • Ukraine has reported 848 new cases and 18 new deaths, bringing the total numbers to 56.455 and 1.445 respectively; a total of 28.931 patients have recovered.
  • Malaysia has reported three new cases one Malaysia and two foreigners, bringing the total number to 8.737. There are 77 active cases, with three in intensive care and one of them on ventilator support. 12 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recovered to 8.538. The death toll remains at 122.
  • New Zealand has reported one new case, bringing the number of active cases to 27 and the total number to 1.548 1.198 confirmed and 350 probable. One person also recovered, bringing the total number of recovered to 1.499. The death toll remains at 22.
  • Singapore has reported 248 new cases, bringing the total to 47.126.
                                     

1.17. Pandemic chronology 17 July

  • New Zealand has reported one new case, bringing the total number of cases to 1.549 1.199 confirmed and 350 probable. Seven people recovered, bringing the total number of recovered to 1.506. There are 21 active cases while the death toll remains at 22.
                                     

2. Summary

Timeline

Countries and territories that confirmed their first cases during July 2020:

As of 17 July 2020, only the following countries and territories have not reported any cases of SARS-CoV-2 infections:

Africa

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