Information and statistics updated today on cases of covid-19 (coronavirus-19) in municipalities and cities, reported grouped by region in countries

The United Kingdom


Information, results and current statistics of positive cases for covid-19 (coronavirus-19), as well as deaths, in Ashburn

This data is updated periodically based on data published from regional goverments


City
Postive cases
Deaths
Vaccinated
New positive cases
New deaths
Updated date

* Data obtained from The official UK Government website for data and insights on Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Information, results and current statistics of positive cases for covid-19 (coronavirus-19), as well as deaths, in United Kingdom

This data is updated periodically based on data published from regional goverments


Country

Postive cases

14-day cumulative cases

New positive cases

Deaths

New deaths

Updated date

The United Kingdom

8449169 820.66 44696 138584 57 2021-10-18

Data in The United Kingdom show a cumulative incidence in 14 days of 820.66 with a total of 138584 deaths and 8449169 positive cases by covid. Information updated on 2021-10-18.


Country response measures to COVID-19

The data below corresponds to the selected national public response measures presented in the weekly report COVID-19 country overviews


Country
Intervention/response measure
Start date measure
End date of the measure
United Kingdom
Protective mask use in closed public spaces/transport on mandatory basis (enforced by law) 2020-07-27 Still active
United Kingdom
2020-11-06 Still active

* Data obtained from European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

City ranking

Result ordered by number of daily cases


City

Postive cases
Deaths
Vaccinated
New positive cases
New deaths
Updated date

Region ranking in the Country

Result ordered by number of daily cases


Region
Postive cases
Deaths
Vaccinated
New positive cases
New deaths
Updated date

* Data obtained from The official UK Government website for data and insights on Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Fighting the coronavirus is everyone's responsibility

The coronavirus virus is all over the world. COVID-19 is causing deaths and attacking the heart of the economy: commerce, supply chains, companies, jobs ... Entire cities and countries are in quarantine. The borders are closing. Businesses have trouble staying in business, and families struggle to stay afloat. Now more than ever, we need solidarity, hope and political will to overcome this crisis together.



Summary: what you can and cannot do during the national lockdown

You must stay at home. The single most important action we can all take is to stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives. You should follow this guidance immediately. This is the law.

Leaving home

You must not leave, or be outside of your home except where necessary. You may leave the home to:

shop for basic necessities, for you or a vulnerable person
go to work, or provide voluntary or charitable services, if you cannot reasonably do so from home
exercise with your household (or support bubble) or one other person (in which case you should stay 2m apart). Exercise should be limited to once per day, and you should not travel outside your local area.
meet your support bubble or childcare bubble where necessary, but only if you are legally permitted to form one
seek medical assistance or avoid injury, illness or risk of harm (including domestic abuse)
attend education or childcare - for those eligible

If you do leave home for a permitted reason, you should always stay local - unless it is necessary to go further, for example to go to work. Stay local means stay in the village, town, or part of the city where you live.

If you are clinically extremely vulnerable you are advised to only go out for medical appointments, exercise or if it is essential. We recommend that you do not attend work

Meeting others

You cannot leave your home to meet socially with anyone you do not live with or are not in a support bubble with (if you are legally permitted to form one).

You may exercise on your own, with one other person, or with your household or support bubble. This should be limited to once per day, and you should not travel outside your local area.

You cannot meet other people you do not live with, or have not formed a support bubble with, unless for a permitted reason.

Stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household or support bubble.

Education

Colleges, primary and secondary schools will remain open only for vulnerable children and the children of critical workers. All other children will learn remotely until February half term.

Early years settings remain open.

Higher Education provision will remain online until mid February for all except future critical worker courses.

Hands. Face. Space.

Approximately 1 in 3 people who have coronavirus have no symptoms and could be spreading it without realising it.

Remember - ‘Hands. Face. Space.’

hands – wash your hands regularly and for at least 20 seconds

face – wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult, and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet

space – stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings)

You should avoid all non-essential meetings and interactions. In all circumstances, you should follow the guidance on meeting others safely.

Reducing the chance of catching or spreading the virus in your home

Coronavirus spreads from person to person through small droplets, tiny airborne particles known as aerosols and through direct contact.

To reduce the chance of catching or passing on coronavirus to or from the people you live with, you should:

wash your hands regularly and for at least 20 seconds

regularly clean frequently touched surfaces

make sure you let plenty of fresh air into your home without getting uncomfortably cold. This should be balanced with other considerations such as comfort, safety and security.

There is further guidance on:

letting fresh air in

grandparents, parents and children living together where someone is at increased risk or has possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection

households with a possible or confirmed coronavirus infection

landlords, tenants and local authorities


Current situation of the countries with the most cases of covid-19 (coronavirus-19) ordered by positive cases

Result ordered by number of daily cases


Country

Postive cases

New positive cases

Deaths

New deaths

Updated date

United States of America

44649996 16894 719694 149 2021-10-19

India

34081315 13596 452290 166 2021-10-18

Brazil

21644464 5738 603282 130 2021-10-19

The United Kingdom

8449169 44696 138584 57 2021-10-18

Russian Federation

8027012 34325 224310 998 2021-10-18

Turkey

7654277 24114 67623 186 2021-10-18

France

6826807 3778 114249 5 2021-10-18

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

5796659 11844 124256 181 2021-10-19

Argentina

5272551 400 115666 3 2021-10-19

España

4982139 0 86917 0 2021-10-18

Colombia

4981532 1299 126865 35 2021-10-19

Italia

4717899 2435 131541 24 2021-10-18

Deutschland

4377845 4056 94628 10 2021-10-18

Indonesia

4235384 626 142999 47 2021-10-18

Mexico

3757056 1993 284381 60 2021-10-19

Poland

2941126 1536 76115 3 2021-10-18

South Africa

2916593 414 88612 25 2021-10-18

Philippines

2727286 6943 40761 86 2021-10-19

Ukraine

2644694 9524 60810 177 2021-10-18

Malaysia

2396121 5434 27993 72 2021-10-19

Peru

2190009 844 199843 27 2021-10-19

Netherlands

2047711 3703 18248 6 2021-10-18

Iraq

2037012 1559 22785 29 2021-10-19

Thailand

1793812 10111 18336 63 2021-10-18

日本

1715017 297 18121 18 2021-10-19

Czechia

1709716 791 30554 9 2021-10-18

Canada

1676846 0 28468 0 2021-10-19

Chile

1672065 1315 37620 11 2021-10-19

Bangladesh

1565827 339 27778 10 2021-10-18

Romania

1467401 10141 42042 261 2021-10-18

Israel

1316658 1199 7999 1 2021-10-18

Belgium

1279869 0 25747 0 2021-10-18

Pakistan

1265047 663 28280 11 2021-10-19

Sweden

1161933 0 14956 0 2021-10-18

Portugal

1079806 465 18097 9 2021-10-18

Serbia

1048835 5077 9105 53 2021-10-18

Kazakhstan

996141 1677 16713 31 2021-10-18

Morocco

942132 0 14544 0 2021-10-19

Cuba

936809 1844 8079 21 2021-10-19

Viet Nam

867221 3168 21269 75 2021-10-19

Switzerland

851002 0 10733 0 2021-10-18

Jordan

841489 0 10879 0 2021-10-19

Hungary

836389 3274 30402 51 2021-10-18

Nepal

805560 523 11293 9 2021-10-18

Austria

772344 2257 10932 9 2021-10-18

United Arab Emirates

738690 104 2120 0 2021-10-19

Tunisia

710906 0 25098 0 2021-10-19

Greece

693886 1689 15375 27 2021-10-18

Georgia

664813 2479 9510 42 2021-10-18

Lebanon

633909 0 8425 0 2021-10-19

* Data obtained from Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering


Fighting the coronavirus is everyone's responsibility

The coronavirus virus is all over the world. COVID-19 is causing deaths and attacking the heart of the economy: commerce, supply chains, companies, jobs ... Entire cities and countries are in quarantine. The borders are closing. Businesses have trouble staying in business, and families struggle to stay afloat. Now more than ever, we need solidarity, hope and political will to overcome this crisis together.