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English

COVID-19

respiratory syndrome and infectious disease in humans, caused by SARS coronavirus 2

  • 2019-nCoV acute respiratory disease
  • coronavirus disease 2019
  • COVID19
  • COVID 19
  • Covid-19
  • 2019 novel coronavirus pneumonia
  • Coronavirus disease 2019
  • nCOVD19
  • nCOVD 19
  • nCOVD-19
  • COVID-2019
  • seafood market pneumonia
  • Wuhan pneumonia
  • 2019 NCP
  • WuRS
  • severe acute respiratory syndrome type 2
  • SARS-CoV-2 infection
  • 2019 novel coronavirus respiratory syndrome
  • Wuhan respiratory syndrome
  • CD-19

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Пневмонія при коронавірусній хворобі 2019, зріз комп'ютерної томограми (показано стрілками затемнення) (Ukrainian)
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Coronavirus disease 2019 (English)
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Following WHO best practices for naming of new human infectious diseases, which were developed in consultation and collaboration with the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), WHO has named the disease COVID-19, short for “coronavirus disease 2019.” (English)
Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Situation Report – 22 (English)
2019-new coronavirus acute respiratory disease [temporary name] (English)
16 February 2020
Coronavirus disease 2019 (English)
2019-new Coronavirus acute respiratory disease (English)
16 February 2020
Yeni koronavirüs hastalığı (COVID-19) (Turkish)
2019冠狀病毒病 (Traditional Chinese)
2019冠状病毒病 (Simplified Chinese)
코로나바이러스감염증-19 (Korean)
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Bệnh virus corona 2019 (Vietnamese)
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Clefyd coronafirws 2019 (Welsh)
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করোনাভাইরাস রোগ ২০১৯ (Bangla)
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新型コロナウイルス感染症 (Japanese)
коронавірусна хвороба 2019 (COVID-19) (Ukrainian)
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koronavirové onemocnění 2019 (Czech)
COVID-19 (English)
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코로나19 (Korean)
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COVID-19 (Italian)
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COVID-19 (Welsh)
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কোভিড-১৯ (Bangla)
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COVID-19 (Spanish)
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โควิด-19 (Thai)
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COVID-19 (Dutch)
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47,256
2 April 2020
58,382
3 April 2020
69,527
6 April 2020
82,133
8 April 2020
102,774
11 April 2020
116,098
13 April 2020
126,681
15 April 2020
145,705
17 April 2020
160,952
19 April 2020
185,434
23 April 2020
202,880
26 April 2020
217,183
29 April 2020
238,775
2 May 2020
257,906
6 May 2020
282,872
11 May 2020
302,376
15 May 2020
315,283
17 May 2020
328,172
21 May 2020
345,122
25 May 2020
364,459
30 May 2020
375,656
2 June 2020
394,018
6 June 2020
416,201
11 June 2020
445,012
17 June 2020
465,462
21 June 2020
489,405
26 June 2020
511,851
1 July 2020
543,595
8 July 2020
571,444
13 July 2020
607,187
20 July 2020
639,000
25 July 2020
666,239
30 July 2020
697,998
4 August 2020
728,000
9 August 2020
771,518
16 August 2020
792,475
21 August 2020
819,609
26 August 2020
848,084
31 August 2020
874,708
5 September 2020
951,994
19 September 2020
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5.7±2.5
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937,567
2 April 2020
1,088,878
3 April 2020
1,276,302
6 April 2020
1,430,453
8 April 2020
1,699,019
11 April 2020
1,872,073
13 April 2020
1,981,239
15 April 2020
2,165,500
17 April 2020
2,331,099
19 April 2020
2,658,387
23 April 2020
2,897,645
26 April 2020
3,116,992
29 April 2020
3,344,274
2 May 2020
3,682,968
6 May 2020
4,116,767
11 May 2020
4,440,989
15 May 2020
5,000,561
21 May 2020
5,411,498
25 May 2020
5,919,364
30 May 2020
6,271,577
2 June 2020
6,724,516
6 June 2020
7,360,239
11 June 2020
8,217,627
17 June 2020
8,842,537
21 June 2020
9,608,814
26 June 2020
10,495,019
1 July 2020
11,797,213
8 July 2020
12,945,505
13 July 2020
14,567,109
20 July 2020
15,736,499
25 July 2020
16,978,206
30 July 2020
18,445,787
4 August 2020
19,711,213
9 August 2020
21,480,111
16 August 2020
22,589,017
21 August 2020
23,903,870
26 August 2020
25,334,339
31 August 2020
26,622,706
5 September 2020
30,513,096 calendar date
19 September 2020
COVID19FOAM
Coronavirus Disease 2019 Free Open Access Medicine (English)
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The hashtag #COVID19foam can be used to tag and track useful information on twitter. (English)
C171133
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Following WHO best practices for naming of new human infectious diseases, which were developed in consultation and collaboration with the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), WHO has named the disease COVID-19, short for “coronavirus disease 2019.” (English)
Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Situation Report – 22 (English)
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COVID-19
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Identifiers

COVID-19
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3 May 2013
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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