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What countries have no cases of Coronavirus (yet)?

What 39 countries have no Coronavirus?

Where in the world can you go, visit restaurants and enjoy life without quarantine –  and won’t yet have to worry about COVID-19?

39 countries currently did not report any case of the deadly coronavirus.

However COVID-19 known as Coronavirus is on a deadly spread taking over the rest of our beautiful planet. In the process the virus kills people and destroys the global travel and tourism industry.

Countries are confining their residents to their home and air traffic is almost downgraded to zero. 

39 countries in the world are fortunate enough to have no cases of COVID-19.

Below is the list of countries and their population number that have not reported any suspected or reported cases were tested negative.

  • Belize 397,628
  • Botswana: 2,351,627
  • Burundi: 11,890.784
  • Cape Verde: 555,987
  • Comoros: 869,601
  • D. P. R. of Korea: 25.778,816
  • Dominica: 71,986
  • El Salvador: 6,486,205
  • Eritrea: 3,546,421
  • Federated States of Micronesia: 105,544
  • Grenada: 112,523
  • Guinea-Bissau: 1,968,001
  • Kiribati: 119,449
  • Laos: 7,275,560
  • Lesotho: 2,142,249
  • Libya: 6,871.292
  • Madagascar: 27,691,018
  • Malawi: 19,129,952
  • Mali: 20,250,833
  • Marshall Islands: 59,190
  • Micronesia: 115,023
  • Mozambique: 31,255,435
  • Myanmar: 54,409,800
  • Nauru: 10,824
  • Nicaragua: 6,624,554
  • Palau: 18,094
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis: 53,199
  • Samoa: 198,414
  • Sierra Leone: 7,976,983
  • São Tomé and Príncipe: 219,159
  • Solomon Islands: 686,884
  • South Sudan: 11,193,725
  • Syria: 17,500,658
  • Tajikistan: 9,537,645
  • Turkmenistan: 6,031,200
  • Tuvalu: 11,792
  • Vanuatu: 307,145
  • Western Sahara:
  • Yemen: 29,825,964