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Coronavirus cases by date

A list of all previously recorded Coronavirus cases in Vatican City by date.

~ (tilde) - Denotes awaiting country or regional source update.

It changes rapidlyThis data shown below and above changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. The table totals or charts may not always represent an accurate sum. Information about reported cases is also available on the World Health Organization site.

Table
Date
Confirmed
Deaths
Recovered
Key: New Confirmed Deaths Recovered
5 August 2020
12
+11 cases
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12 (100.0%)
+12 cases
9 March 2020
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8 March 2020
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7 March 2020
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6 March 2020
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+1 cases
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Confirmed Case Comparison

Here is a line chart to compare confirmed cases in United Kingdom, Italy, France, Spain, China and United States to show the Coronavirus pandemic.

Fatal Case Comparison

Here is a line chart to compare the death cases in United Kingdom, Italy, France, Spain, China and United States to show the Coronavirus pandemic.

Recovered Case Comparison

Here is a line chart to compare the recovered cases in United Kingdom, Italy, France, Spain, China and United States to show the Coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus cases in Vatican City

Here is a list of the Coronavirus figures for Vatican City ordered by date.

5 August 2020

In Vatican City on 5 August 2020 there have been 11 new cases, 0 deaths and 12 recoveries.

9 March 2020

In Vatican City on 9 March 2020 there have been 0 new cases, 0 deaths and 0 recoveries.

8 March 2020

In Vatican City on 8 March 2020 there have been 0 new cases, 0 deaths and 0 recoveries.

7 March 2020

In Vatican City on 7 March 2020 there have been 0 new cases, 0 deaths and 0 recoveries.

6 March 2020

In Vatican City on 6 March 2020 there have been 1 new cases, 0 deaths and 0 recoveries.

Summary of Coronavirus cases in Vatican City

The total amount of cases today 6 March 2020 in Vatican City is 12.

The coronavirus figures and stats for Vatican City are provided by John Hopkins and World Health Organization and are updated daily.

In light of this current coronavirus pandemic it is important that you follow the procedures and rules set out by the governing body in Vatican City this will help slow the spread and drastically reduce risk of the virus spreading further.