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WHO says Honduras and Iceland each have one case. Kuwait's 18 cases have been reported on a U.S. military base. WHO's tally shows that Mexico has reported 282 new cases and five deaths since Saturday.
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Based on GMA News latest report online the following data are extracted:
The Americas remains to be the region with the highest number of cases with 94 percent of the world's total cases to 11,331; followed by Asia with 2.8 percent to 341 cases; Europe with 2.7 percent to 321 cases; and Oceania with 21 cases and Middle East with seven.
In the Americas, the US remains the country with the highest number of infections with 6,552 cases followed by Mexico with 3,892; Canada – 719; Panama – 76; Chile – 24; Costa Rica – 20; Colombia – 12; Brazil – 8; Ecuador – 8; El Salvador – 6; Peru – 5; Guatemala – 4; Cuba – 4; and Argentina – 8.
In Asia, Japan has the most number of cases with 321; followed by China with 11; South Korea with three; Malaysia and Thailand with two each and India and the Philippines with one each. The WHO report did not yet include the second confirmed in the Philippines involving a 50-year-old woman who came from Chicago.
In Europe, Spain has recorded the most number of infections with 126 cases followed by the United Kingdom with 117; Germany – 17; France – 16; Italy – 14; Belgium – 7; Norway – 4; The Netherlands – 3; Sweden – 3; Finland – 2; Poland – 2; Turkey – 2; Austria – 1; Denmark – 1; Greece – 1; Ireland – 1; Portugal – 1; Switzerland – 1 and Russia – 1.
In Oceania, Australia has 12 cases, while New Zealand has nine.
Israel, with seven cases, remains the lone country in the Middle East that was stricken with the disease.
No case has so far been reported in Africa, based on the WHO’s latest report.
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