March 10, 2020 / 4:47 PM / 19 days ago

Factbox: Coronavirus deaths rise to 4,090 worldwide

(Reuters) - More than 116,100 people have been infected by the coronavirus across the world and 4,090 have died, according to a Reuters tally.

Police officers check a passenger's documents at Torino Porta Susa railway station, after a decree orders for the whole of Italy to be on lockdown in an unprecedented clampdown aimed at beating the coronavirus, in Turin, Italy, March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Massimo Pinca

Infections outside China have been reported by 113 countries. Burkina Faso, Brunei, Cyprus, the Channel Islands, Mongolia and Brunei reported their first cases, while Canada and Chile had their first fatalities.

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The following table shows countries/regions that have reported deaths due to the coronavirus and/or more than 10 confirmed cases, as of 1400 GMT on March 10:

COUNTRY TOTAL DEATHS CONFIRMED CASES

Mainland China 3,136 80,754

Italy 463 9,172

Iran 291 8,042

South Korea 54 7,513

Spain 35 1,512

France 30 1,412

U.S. 27 729

Japan 17 1,239

Iraq 7 67

United Kingdom 5 321

Netherlands 4 321

Hong Kong 3 118

Australia 3 103

Switzerland 3 497

San Marino 2 51

Germany 2 1,281

Philippines 1 33

Taiwan 1 45

Thailand 1 53

Argentina 1 17

Chile 1 13

Egypt 1 59

Canada 1 77

Lebanon 1 41

Macau 0 10

Bahrain 0 110

Kuwait 0 69

Malaysia 0 117

Singapore 0 160

UAE 0 74

India^ 0 56

Vietnam 0 31

Algeria 0 20

Austria 0 157

Belgium 0 267

Denmark 0 156

Ecuador 0 15

Iceland 0 69

Israel 0 58

Norway 0 240

Oman 0 18

Sweden 0 325

Czech Republic 0 40

Croatia 0 13

Greece 0 89

Ireland 0 24

Finland 0 40

Brazil 0 30

Estonia 0 12

Georgia 0 15

Indonesia 0 27

Palestine 0 26

Poland 0 18

Portugal 0 41

Qatar 0 18

Romania 0 17

Russia 0 20

Saudi Arabia 0 20

Azerbaijan 0 11

Hungary 0 12

Pakistan 0 18

Albania 0 11

Slovenia 0 24

TOTAL DEATHS OUTSIDE 954

MAINLAND CHINA

Source: Reuters tally based on statements from health ministries and government officials

^ Including 16 Italian nationals diagnosed in India

Compiled by Vishwadha Chander, Mrinalika Roy, Catherine Cadell and Milla Nissi; Editing by Tomasz Janowski, Arun Koyyur and Sriraj Kalluvila

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