Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Belarus

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This article documents the timeline of transmission of COVID-19 during the pandemic in Belarus.

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Timeline

February–March 2020

February-March 2020
On 28 February, Belarus confirmed its first case. A student from Iran tested positive on 27 February and was admitted to a hospital in Minsk. [1] The individual arrived in Belarus via a flight from Baku, Azerbaijan, on 22 February. [1] [2]

As of 3 March, there were 4 confirmed cases in Belarus. [3]

On 4 March, the Ministry of Health of Belarus confirmed 6 new cases of the disease: 4 cases in Minsk, 2 cases in Vitebsk. [4]

On 13 March, 27 cases were confirmed in Grodno, Gomel, Minsk, Vitebsk, and Minsk Region, including 5 students from the Faculty of International Relations of Belarusian State University. Three patients were discharged from hospitals. [5] [6]

On 16 March, the Ministry of Health stated that the number of confirmed cases reached 36. [7] No new laboratory confirmed cases were reported on 17 March. [8]

As of 18 March, a total of 51 confirmed cases had been registered, including 5 recoveries and 37 cases of asymptomatic infection course. [9] [10]

As of 20 March, 69 cases had been registered, including 15 recoveries and 42 cases of asymptomatic infection course. [11] [12]

As of 21 March, a total of 76 confirmed were reported. [13]

As of 23 March, 81 confirmed cases were reported, including 22 recoveries. According to the official data, more than 21,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus since 23 January. [14] [15]

As of 25 March, a total of 86 confirmed cases were reported, including 29 recoveries. [16]

As of 27 March, a total of 94 confirmed cases were reported, including 32 recoveries. [17]

As of 30 March, a total of 152 confirmed cases were reported, including 47 recoveries. More than 30,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted to date since 23 January. [18]

On 31 March, an officially unconfirmed death of a test-positive 75 years old patient in Vitebsk was reported by the media. Reportedly, the patient suffered from a chronic pulmonary disease. [19] [20] [21] Later that day, the first case of death due to COVID-19 was confirmed by the Ministry of Health of Belarus. [22]

April 2020

April 2020
On 1 April, the second death of an elderly COVID-19 patient with chronic diseases was reported by the Ministry of Health. According to the report, as of 1 April 2020, there were 163 COVID-19 cases registered in Belarus, including 2 deaths and at least 47 recoveries. [23] However, the ambiguity of the latest government reports has led to unofficial counting attempts, based on the official data, according to which, the actual number of COVID-19 cases in Belarus could be as high as 217. [24] On that same day, the first COVID-19 case in Brest Region was reported by the officials. [25]

On 2 April, the Ministry of Health of Belarus reported a total of 304 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 254 active cases, 46 recoveries and 4 deaths. According to the report, 11 patents required assisted ventilation and 9,299 people remained under medical observation as first- and second-level contacts. [26]

On 3 April, during a briefing of Ministry of Health officials for the press, a total of 351 confirmed cases were reported, including 190 in Minsk, 89 in Vitebsk Region, 50 in Minsk Region, 13 in Gomel Region, 6 in Grodno Region, 2 in Mogilev Region and 1 in Brest Region. According to the officials, the majority of the COVID-19 patients were in 25- to 64-years-old range. [27]

On 4 April, a total of 440 confirmed cases were reported, including 41 recoveries and 5 deaths. According to the media, the declining number of recoveries was due to changes in the counting methodology used by the officials: prior to 30 March, both discharged and "preparing to be discharged" patients had been reported as recovered; after 30 March, only the discharged patients were counted as recovered. [28]

On 5 April, a total of 562 confirmed cases were reported, including 52 recoveries and 8 deaths. [29] [30]

On 6 April, a total of 700 confirmed cases were reported, including 53 recoveries and 13 deaths. As of 6 April, more than 40,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus. [31]

On 7 April, a total of 861 confirmed cases were reported, including 54 recoveries and 13 deaths. Also, an update on epidemiological situation in the regions was issued by the Ministry of Health: as of 7 April, there were 497 hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Minsk, 91 in Minsk Region, 143 in Vitebsk Region, 32 in Gomel Region, 18 in Mogilev Region, 10 in Grodno Region and 3 in Brest Region. Vitebsk Region and Minsk were leading the deaths statistics with 5 death cases registered in each, as well as the recoveries statistics with 27 and 25 recoveries, respectively. [32] 31 COVID-19 patients required assisted ventilation as of date. [33]

On 8 April, a total of 1,066 confirmed cases were reported, including 77 recoveries and 13 deaths. 33 COVID-19 patients required assisted ventilation to date. An update on regional statistics was issued, as well: 601 confirmed cases, 45 recoveries and 5 deaths in Minsk, 200/30/5 in Vitebsk Region, 104/1/3 in Minsk Region, 32/0/1 in Gomel Region, 25/0/0 in Mogilev Region, 11/0/0 in Grodno Region, 3/0/0 in Brest Region. More than 46,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus since 23 January. [34]

On 9 April, a total of 1,486 confirmed cases were reported, including 139 recoveries and 16 deaths. 1,331 patients remained in hospitals to date (55 required assisted ventilation); more than 49,000 COVID-19 test had been conducted in Belarus since 23 January. Regional statistics was updated (confirmed cases/recoveries/deaths): 699/102/6 in Minsk, 364/35/7 in Vitebsk Region, 153/1/3 in Minsk Region, 35/1/0 in Gomel Region, 35/0/0 in Mogilev Region, 28/0/0 in Grodno Region, 17/0/0 in Brest Region. [35]

On 10 April, a total of 1,981 confirmed cases were reported, including 169 recoveries and 19 deaths. 1,793 patients remained in hospitals to date with 72 requiring assisted ventilation. Death cases of medical workers had also been registered to date, however, the precise number of such, as well as the number of infected medical workers, were not given. [36]

On 11 April, a total of 2,226 confirmed cases were reported, including 172 recoveries and 23 deaths. 2,031 patients remained in hospitals to date with 52 requiring assisted ventilation. [37] According to the official data, as of 11 April, 301 medical workers contracted the disease. [38]

On 12 April, a total of 2,578 confirmed cases were reported, including 203 recoveries and 26 deaths; 50 patients required assisted ventilation. More than 64,000 COVID-19 test had been conducted to date. [39]

On 13 April, a total of 2,919 confirmed cases were reported, including 203 recoveries and 29 deaths; 55 patients required assisted ventilation. More than 68,000 COVID-19 test had been conducted to date. [40]

On 14 April, a total of 3,281 confirmed cases were reported, including 33 deaths; the number of recoveries was not given. As of date, 2,444 COVID-19 patients remained in hospitals, with 57 requiring assisted ventilation. More than 71,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus. [41] According to the official update on regional statistics, as of 14 April, 1,691 COVID-19 cases had been registered in Minsk, 848 in Vitebsk Region, 359 in Minsk Region, 151 in Mogilev Region, 106 in Gomel Region, 73 in Brest Region and 53 in Grodno Region. [42]

On 15 April, a total of 3,728 confirmed cases were reported, including 36 deaths; the number of recoveries was not given. 68 patients required assisted ventilation. More than 76,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [43]

On 16 April, a total of 4,204 confirmed cases were reported, including 40 deaths; the number of recoveries was not given. 65 patients required assisted ventilation. More than 81,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [44]

On 17 April, a total of 4,779 confirmed cases were reported, including 342 recoveries and 42 deaths. More than 86,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [45] According to the official update on regional statistics, as of 17 April, 2,308 COVID-19 cases had been registered in Minsk, 1,282 in Vitebsk Region, 588 in Minsk Region, 217 in Mogilev Region, 193 in Gomel Region, 112 in Brest Region and 79 in Grodno Region. [46]

On 18 April, the Ministry of Health of Belarus did not report the total number of confirmed cases; 3,282 COVID-19 patients remained in hospitals and 45 died since the beginning of the pandemic. According to the media, the new official statistics on COVID-19 patients was likely to not count the ambulatory cases. More than 92,000 COVID-19 test had been conducted in Belarus to date. [47] [48]

On 19 April, a total of 3,538 currently hospitalized patients (i.e. excluding the ambulatory cases) were reported by the Ministry of Health; 47 patients died since the beginning of the pandemic and 494 recovered. The total number of confirmed cases was not given. More than 98,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [49]

On 20 April, a total of 6,264 confirmed cases were reported, including 514 recoveries and 51 deaths. The confirmed cases gain for 18 and 19 April was given: 518 and 510 cases, respectively. Update on the regional statistics was issued: 3,023 COVID-19 cases had been registered in Minsk, 1,504 in Vitebsk Region, 789 in Minsk Region, 322 in Gomel Region, 265 in Mogilev Region, 185 in Brest Region and 176 in Grodno Region. More than 102,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [50] [51]

On 21 April, a total of 6,723 confirmed cases were reported, including 577 recoveries and 55 deaths. More than 108,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [52]

On 22 April, a total of 7,281 confirmed cases were reported, including 769 recoveries and 58 deaths. More than 114,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [53]

On 23 April, a total of 8,022 confirmed cases were reported, including 938 recoveries and 60 deaths. More than 122,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [54]

On 24 April, a total of 8,773 confirmed cases were reported, including 1120 recoveries and 63 deaths; 114 patients required assisted ventilation. More than 130,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. According to the update on regional statistics, 4,090 COVID-19 cases have been registered in Minsk, 1,935 in Vitebsk Region, 1,206 in Minsk Region, 460 in Gomel Region, 396 in Mogilev Region, 347 in Grodno Region and 339 in Brest Region. [55]

On 25 April, a total of 9,590 confirmed cases were reported, including 1,573 recoveries and 67 deaths. More than 139,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [56]

On 26 April, a total of 10,463 confirmed cases were reported, including 1,695 recoveries and 72 deaths. More than 147,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [57]

On 27 April, a total of 11,289 confirmed cases were reported, including 1,740 recoveries and 75 deaths. More than 153,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [58]

On 28 April, a total of 12,208 confirmed cases were reported, including 1,993 recoveries and 79 deaths. More than 161,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [59]

On 29 April, a total of 13,181 confirmed cases were reported, including 2,072 recoveries and 85 deaths. More than 168,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [60]

On 30 April, a total of 14,027 confirmed cases were reported, including 2,386 recoveries and 89 deaths. More than 176,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [61]

May 2020

May 2020
On 1 May, a total of 14,917 confirmed cases were reported, including 2,918 recoveries and 93 deaths. More than 186,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [62]

On 2 May, a total of 15,828 confirmed cases were reported, including 3,117 recoveries and 97 deaths. More than 195,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [63]

On 3 May, a total of 16,705 confirmed cases were reported, including 3,196 recoveries and 99 deaths. More than 204,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [64]

On 4 May, a total of 17,489 confirmed cases were reported, including 3,259 recoveries and 103 deaths. More than 211,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [65]

On 5 May, a total of 18,350 confirmed cases were reported, including 3,771 recoveries and 107 deaths; 225 COVID-19 patients required assisted ventilation. [66]

On 6 May, a total of 19,255 confirmed cases were reported, including 4,388 recoveries and 112 deaths. More than 220,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [67]

On 7 May, a total of 20,168 confirmed cases were reported, including 5,067 recoveries and 116 deaths. More than 229,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [68]

On 8 May, a total of 21,101 confirmed cases were reported, including 5,484 recoveries and 121 deaths. More than 240,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [69]

On 9 May, a total of 22,052 confirmed cases were reported, including 6,050 recoveries and 126 deaths. More than 251,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [70]

On 10 May, a total of 22,973 confirmed cases were reported, including 6,406 recoveries and 131 deaths. More than 263,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [71]

On 11 May, a total of 23,906 confirmed cases were reported, including 6,531 recoveries and 135 deaths. More than 274,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [72] According to the 11 May BelTA publication, 100,000 rapid diagnostic COVID-19 tests from China, reportedly, purchased with the funds donated to the Belarusian Ministry of Health by the public, were received by Belarus on 9 May, with another batch expected to be delivered in a week. The tests were said to be initially used at the healthcare institutions exclusively, until the reception of the next batch, after which the tests were expected to become available to the general public. [73]

On 12 May, a total of 24,873 confirmed cases were reported, including 6,974 recoveries and 142 deaths. More than 284,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [74]

On 13 May, a total of 25,825 confirmed cases were reported, including 7,711 recoveries and 146 deaths. More than 296,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [75]

On 14 May, a total of 26,772 confirmed cases were reported, including 8,168 recoveries and 151 deaths. More than 308,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [76]

On 15 May, a total of 27,730 confirmed cases were reported, including 8,807 recoveries and 156 deaths. More than 321,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [77]

On 16 May, a total of 28,681 confirmed cases were reported, including 9,498 recoveries and 160 deaths. More than 335,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [78]

On 17 May, a total of 29,650 confirmed cases were reported, including 9,932 recoveries and 165 deaths. More than 350,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [79]

On 18 May, a total of 30,572 confirmed cases were reported, including 10,130 recoveries and 171 deaths. More than 364,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [80]

On 19 May, a total of 31,508 confirmed cases were reported, including 10,620 recoveries and 175 deaths. More than 375,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [81]

On 20 May, a total of 32,426 confirmed cases were reported, including 11,415 recoveries and 179 deaths. More than 387,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [82]

On 21 May, a total of 33,371 confirmed cases were reported, including 12,057 recoveries and 185 deaths. More than 403,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [83]

On 22 May, a total of 34,303 confirmed cases were reported, including 12,833 recoveries and 190 deaths. More than 419,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [84]

On 23 May, a total of 35,244 confirmed cases were reported, including 13,528 recoveries and 194 deaths. More than 434,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [85]

On 24 May, a total of 36,198 confirmed cases were reported, including 14,155 recoveries and 199 deaths. More than 450,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [86]

On 25 May, a total of 37,144 confirmed cases were reported, including 14,449 recoveries and 204 deaths. More than 463,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [87]

On 26 May, a total of 38,059 confirmed cases were reported, including 15,086 recoveries and 208 deaths. More than 472,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [88]

On 27 May, a total of 38,956 confirmed cases were reported, including 15,923 recoveries and 214 deaths. More than 485,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [89]

On 28 May, a total of 39,858 confirmed cases were reported, including 16,660 recoveries and 219 deaths. More than 499,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [90]

On 29 May, a total of 40,764 confirmed cases were reported, including 17,390 recoveries and 224 deaths. More than 512,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [91]

On 30 May, a total of 41,658 confirmed cases were reported, including 17,964 recoveries and 229 deaths. More than 526,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [92]

On 31 May, a total of 42,556 confirmed cases were reported, including 18,514 recoveries and 235 deaths. More than 541,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [93]

June 2020

June 2020
On 1 June, a total of 43,403 confirmed cases were reported, including 18,776 recoveries and 240 deaths. More than 553,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [94] According to the 1 June Ministry of Health briefing, 3600 Belarusian children had been diagnosed with COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic, with 95% of the cases being asymptomatic; 62 healthy children, including 2 twins, had been born to mothers infected with COVID-19. [95]

On 2 June, a total of 44,255 confirmed cases were reported, including 19,195 recoveries and 243 deaths. More than 562,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [96]

On 3 June, a total of 45,116 confirmed cases were reported, including 20,171 recoveries and 248 deaths. More than 573,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. According to the official data, this was the first time the number of daily recoveries exceeded the number of daily new cases since the beginning of the pandemic (976 and 861, respectively). [97]

On 4 June, a total of 45,981 confirmed cases were reported, including 21,162 recoveries and 253 deaths. More than 585,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [98]

On 5 June, a total of 46,868 confirmed cases were reported, including 22,066 recoveries and 259 deaths. More than 597,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [99] According to the 5 June Ministry of Health report, COVID-19 incidence in Minsk, Vitebsk and Vitebsk Region had shown decline. [100]

On 6 June, a total of 47,751 confirmed cases were reported, including 23,015 recoveries and 263 deaths. More than 609,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [101]

On 7 June, a total of 48,630 confirmed cases were reported, including 23,647 recoveries and 269 deaths. More than 622,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [102]

On 8 June, a total of 49,453 confirmed cases were reported, including 23,880 recoveries and 276 deaths. More than 632,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [103]

On 9 June, a total of 50,265 confirmed cases were reported, including 24,506 recoveries and 282 deaths. More than 644,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [104]

On 10 June, a total of 51,066 confirmed cases were reported, including 25,667 recoveries and 288 deaths. More than 659,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [105]

On 11 June, a total of 51,816 confirmed cases were reported, including 26,643 recoveries and 293 deaths. More than 678,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [106]

On 12 June , a total of 52,520 confirmed cases were reported, including 27,760 recoveries and 298 deaths. More than 697,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [107]

On 13 June, a total of 53,241 confirmed cases were reported, including 29,111 recoveries and 303 deaths. More than 714,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [108]

On 14 June, a total of 53,973 confirmed cases were reported, including 30,103 recoveries and 308 deaths. More than 733,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [109]

On 15 June, a total of 54,680 confirmed cases were reported, including 30,420 recoveries and 312 deaths. More than 749,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [110]

On 16 June, a total of 55,369 confirmed cases were reported, including 31,273 recoveries and 318 deaths. More than 760,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [111]

On 17 June, a total of 56,032 confirmed cases were reported, including 32,735 recoveries and 324 deaths. More than 778,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [112]

On 18 June, a total of 56,657 confirmed cases were reported, including 34,023 recoveries and 331 deaths. More than 800,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [113]

On 19 June, a total of 57,333 confirmed cases were reported, including 35,275 recoveries and 337 deaths. More than 821,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [114]

On 20 June, a total of 57,936 confirmed cases were reported, including 36,749 recoveries and 343 deaths. More than 842,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [115]

On 21 June, a total of 58,505 confirmed cases were reported, including 37,666 recoveries and 346 deaths. More than 861,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [116]

On 22 June, a total of 59,023 confirmed cases were reported, including 37,923 recoveries and 351 deaths. More than 876,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [117]

On 23 June, a total of 59,487 confirmed cases were reported, including 38,688 recoveries and 357 deaths. More than 886,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [118]

On 24 June, a total of 59,945 confirmed cases were reported, including 40,136 recoveries and 362 deaths. More than 901,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [119]

On 25 June, a total of 60,382 confirmed cases were reported, including 41,448 recoveries and 367 deaths. More than 919,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [120]

On 26 June, a total of 60,713 confirmed cases were reported, including 42,689 recoveries and 373 deaths. More than 939,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [121]

On 27 June, a total of 61,095 confirmed cases were reported, including 44,126 recoveries and 377 deaths. More than 959,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [122]

On 28 June, a total of 61,475 confirmed cases were reported, including 45,027 recoveries and 383 deaths. More than 979,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [123]

On 29 June, a total of 61,790 confirmed cases were reported, including 45,213 recoveries and 387 deaths. More than 992,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [124]

On 30 June, a total of 62,118 confirmed cases were reported, including 46,054 recoveries and 392 deaths. More than 1,000,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [125]

July 2020

July 2020
On 1 July, a total of 62,424 confirmed cases were reported, including 47,553 recoveries and 398 deaths. More than 1,013,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [126]

On 2 July, a total of 62,698 confirmed cases were reported, including 48,738 recoveries and 405 deaths. More than 1,028,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [127]

On 3 July, a total of 62,997 confirmed cases were reported, including 49,909 recoveries and 412 deaths. More than 1,043,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [128]

On 4 July, a total of 63,270 confirmed cases were reported, including 50,669 recoveries and 418 deaths. More than 1,059,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [129]

On 5 July, a total of 63,554 confirmed cases were reported, including 50,871 recoveries and 423 deaths. More than 1,068,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [130]

On 6 July, a total of 63,804 confirmed cases were reported, including 51,120 recoveries and 429 deaths. More than 1,074,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [131]

On 7 July, a total of 64,003 confirmed cases were reported, including 51,902 recoveries and 436 deaths. More than 1,078,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [132]

On 8 July, a total of 64,224 confirmed cases were reported, including 52,854 recoveries and 443 deaths. More than 1,087,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [133]

On 9 July, a total of 64,411 confirmed cases were reported, including 53,609 recoveries and 449 deaths. More than 1,099,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [134]

On 10 July, a total of 64,604 confirmed cases were reported, including 54,254 recoveries and 454 deaths. More than 1,111,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [135]

On 11 July, a total of 64,767 confirmed cases were reported, including 54,919 recoveries and 459 deaths. More than 1,123,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [136]

On 12 July, a total of 64,932 confirmed cases were reported, including 55,380 recoveries and 464 deaths. More than 1,134,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [137]

On 13 July, a total of 65,114 confirmed cases were reported, including 55,492 recoveries and 468 deaths. More than 1,141,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [138]

On 14 July, a total of 65,269 confirmed cases were reported, including 55,799 recoveries and 474 deaths. More than 1,144,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [139]

On 15 July, a total of 65,443 confirmed cases were reported, including 56,379 recoveries and 480 deaths. More than 1,151,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [140]

On 16 July, a total of 65,623 confirmed cases were reported, including 56,915 recoveries and 485 deaths. More than 1,162,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [141]

On 17 July, a total of 65,782 confirmed cases were reported, including 57,370 recoveries and 491 deaths. More than 1,172,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [142]

On 18 July, a total of 65,953 confirmed cases were reported, including 57,856 recoveries and 495 deaths. More than 1,183,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [143]

On 19 July, a total of 66,095 confirmed cases were reported, including 58,204 recoveries and 499 deaths. More than 1,193,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [144]

On 20 July, a total of 66,213 confirmed cases were reported, including 58,290 recoveries and 503 deaths. More than 1,199,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [145]

On 21 July, a total of 66,348 confirmed cases were reported, including 58,592 recoveries and 507 deaths. More than 1,202,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [146]

On 22 July, a total of 66,521 confirmed cases were reported, including 59,061 recoveries and 513 deaths. More than 1,209,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [147]

On 23 July, a total of 66,688 confirmed cases were reported, including 59,439 recoveries and 519 deaths. More than 1,219,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [148]

On 24 July, a total of 66,846 confirmed cases were reported, including 59,755 recoveries and 524 deaths. More than 1,230,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [149]

On 25 July, a total of 67,002 confirmed cases were reported, including 60,092 recoveries and 530 deaths. More than 1,241,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [150]

On 26 July, a total of 67,132 confirmed cases were reported, including 60,425 recoveries and 534 deaths. More than 1,251,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [151]

On 27 July, a total of 67,251 confirmed cases were reported, including 60,492 recoveries and 538 deaths. More than 1,257,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [152]

On 28 July, a total of 67,366 confirmed cases were reported, including 60,669 recoveries and 543 deaths. More than 1,270,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [153]

On 29 July, a total of 67,518 confirmed cases were reported, including 61,442 recoveries and 548 deaths. More than 1,278,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [154]

On 30 July, a total of 67,665 confirmed cases were reported, including 61,765 recoveries and 553 deaths. More than 1,288,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [155]

On 31 July, a total of 67,808 confirmed cases were reported, including 62,444 recoveries and 559 deaths. More than 1,299,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [156]

August 2020

August 2020
On 1 August, a total of 67,946 confirmed cases were reported, including 62,686 recoveries and 563 deaths. More than 1,309,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [157]

On 2 August, a total of 68,067 confirmed cases were reported, including 62,896 recoveries and 567 deaths. More than 1,319,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [158]

On 3 August, a total of 68,166 confirmed cases were reported, including 62,943 recoveries and 571 deaths. More than 1,323,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [159]

On 4 August, a total of 68,250 confirmed cases were reported, including 63,163 recoveries and 574 deaths. More than 1,325,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [160]

On 5 August, a total of 68,376 confirmed cases were reported, including 63,425 recoveries and 577 deaths. More than 1,334,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [161]

On 6 August, a total of 68,503 confirmed cases were reported, including 63,756 recoveries and 580 deaths. More than 1,344,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [162]

On 7 August, a total of 68,614 confirmed cases were reported, including 64,200 recoveries and 583 deaths. More than 1,353,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [163]

On 8 August, a total of 68,738 confirmed cases were reported, including 64,744 recoveries and 585 deaths. More than 1,363,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [164]

On 9 August, a total of 68,850 confirmed cases were reported, including 64,935 recoveries and 587 deaths. More than 1,372,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [165]

On 10 August, a total of 68,947 confirmed cases were reported, including 64,991 recoveries and 589 deaths. More than 1,376,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [166]

On 11 August, a total of 69,005 confirmed cases were reported, including 65,219 recoveries and 592 deaths. More than 1,377,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [167]

On 12 August, a total of 69,102 confirmed cases were reported, including 65,893 recoveries and 595 deaths. More than 1,384,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [168]

On 13 August, a total of 69,203 confirmed cases were reported, including 66,178 recoveries and 599 deaths. More than 1,392,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [169]

On 14 August, a total of 69,308 confirmed cases were reported, including 66,452 recoveries and 603 deaths. More than 1,402,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [170]

On 15 August, a total of 69,424 confirmed cases were reported, including 66,747 recoveries and 607 deaths. More than 1,412,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [171]

On 16 August, a total of 69,516 confirmed cases were reported, including 67,072 recoveries and 610 deaths. More than 1,422,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [172]

On 17 August, a total of 69,589 confirmed cases were reported, including 67,149 recoveries and 613 deaths. More than 1,426,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [173]

On 18 August, a total of 69,673 confirmed cases were reported, including 67,339 recoveries and 617 deaths. More than 1,429,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [174]

On 19 August, a total of 69,801 confirmed cases were reported, including 67,647 recoveries and 622 deaths. More than 1,437,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [175]

On 20 August, a total of 69,950 confirmed cases were reported, including 67,929 recoveries and 627 deaths. More than 1,446,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [176]

On 21 August, a total of 70,111 confirmed cases were reported, including 68,256 recoveries and 632 deaths. More than 1,455,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [177]

On 22 August, a total of 70,285 confirmed cases were reported, including 68,577 recoveries and 637 deaths. More than 1,465,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [178]

On 23 August, a total of 70,468 confirmed cases were reported, including 68,839 recoveries and 642 deaths. More than 1,474,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [179]

On 24 August, a total of 70,645 confirmed cases were reported, including 68,925 recoveries and 646 deaths. More than 1,477,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [180]

On 25 August, a total of 70,727 confirmed cases were reported, including 69,097 recoveries and 652 deaths. More than 1,480,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [181]

On 26 August, a total of 70,974 confirmed cases were reported, including 69,378 recoveries and 657 deaths. More than 1,487,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [182]

On 27 August, a total of 71,165 confirmed cases were reported, including 69,650 recoveries and 662 deaths. More than 1,497,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [183]

On 28 August, a total of 71,346 confirmed cases were reported, including 69,887 recoveries and 667 deaths. More than 1,504,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [184]

On 29 August, a total of 71,523 confirmed cases were reported, including 70,207 recoveries and 671 deaths. More than 1,517,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [185]

On 30 August, a total of 71,687 confirmed cases were reported, including 70,452 recoveries and 676 deaths. More than 1,527,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [186]

On 31 August, a total of 71,843 confirmed cases were reported, including 70,468 recoveries and 681 deaths. More than 1,532,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [187]

September 2020

September 2020
On 1 September, a total of 71,962 confirmed cases were reported, including 70,606 recoveries and 686 deaths. More than 1,534,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [188]

On 2 September, a total of 72,141 confirmed cases were reported, including 70,900 recoveries and 691 deaths. More than 1,543,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [189]

On 3 September, a total of 72,302 confirmed cases were reported, including 71,205 recoveries and 696 deaths. More than 1,554,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [190]

On 4 September, a total of 72,485 confirmed cases were reported, including 71,510 recoveries and 701 deaths. More than 1,564,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [191]

On 5 September, a total of 72,663 confirmed cases were reported, including 71,843 recoveries and 704 deaths. More than 1,574,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [192]

On 6 September, a total of 72,859 confirmed cases were reported, including 71,864 recoveries and 711 deaths. More than 1,585,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [193]

On 7 September, a total of 73,031 confirmed cases were reported, including 71,883 recoveries and 716 deaths. More than 1,591,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [194]

On 8 September, a total of 73,208 confirmed cases were reported, including 71,916 recoveries and 721 deaths. More than 1,596,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [195]

On 9 September, a total of 73,402 confirmed cases were reported, including 71,999 recoveries and 726 deaths. More than 1,605,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [196]

On 10 September, a total of 73,591 confirmed cases were reported, including 72,203 recoveries and 732 deaths. More than 1,618,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [197]

On 11 September, a total of 73,784 confirmed cases were reported, including 72,369 recoveries and 738 deaths. More than 1,629,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [198]

On 12 September, a total of 73,975 confirmed cases were reported, including 72,547 recoveries and 744 deaths. More than 1,642,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [199]

On 13 September, a total of 74,173 confirmed cases were reported, including 72,584 recoveries and 750 deaths. More than 1,654,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [200]

On 14 September, a total of 74,360 confirmed cases were reported, including 72,609 recoveries and 756 deaths. More than 1,661,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [201]

On 15 September, a total of 74,552 confirmed cases were reported, including 72,661 recoveries and 761 deaths. More than 1,666,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [202]

On 16 September, a total of 74,763 confirmed cases were reported, including 72,810 recoveries and 767 deaths. More than 1,672,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [203]

On 17 September, a total of 74,987 confirmed cases were reported, including 72,967 recoveries and 771 deaths. More than 1,686,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [204]

On 18 September, a total of 75,230 confirmed cases were reported, including 73,098 recoveries and 773 deaths. More than 1,700,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [205]

On 19 September, a total of 75,461 confirmed cases were reported, including 73,212 recoveries and 776 deaths. More than 1,715,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [206]

On 20 September, a total of 75,674 confirmed cases were reported, including 73,265 recoveries and 780 deaths. More than 1,730,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [207]

On 21 September, a total of 75,898 confirmed cases were reported, including 73,301 recoveries and 785 deaths. More than 1,739,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [208]

On 22 September, a total of 76,104 confirmed cases were reported, including 73,386 recoveries and 791 deaths. More than 1,744,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [209]

On 23 September, a total of 76,357 confirmed cases were reported, including 73,564 recoveries and 796 deaths. More than 1,759,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [210]

On 24 September, a total of 76,651 confirmed cases were reported, including 73,733 recoveries and 802 deaths. More than 1,776,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [211]

On 25 September, a total of 76,957 confirmed cases were reported, including 73,925 recoveries and 807 deaths. More than 1,792,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [212]

On 26 September, a total of 77,289 confirmed cases were reported, including 74,046 recoveries and 813 deaths. More than 1,809,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [213]

On 27 September, a total of 77,609 confirmed cases were reported, including 74,120 recoveries and 818 deaths. More than 1,825,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [214]

On 28 September, a total of 77,946 confirmed cases were reported, including 74,167 recoveries and 822 deaths. More than 1,835,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [215]

On 29 September, a total of 78,260 confirmed cases were reported, including 74,320 recoveries and 828 deaths. More than 1,841,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [216]

On 30 September, a total of 78,631 confirmed cases were reported, including 74,525 recoveries and 833 deaths. More than 1,858,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [217]

October 2020

October 2020
On 1 October, a total of 79,019 confirmed cases were reported, including 74,777 recoveries and 839 deaths. More than 1,877,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [218]

On 2 October, a total of 79,421 confirmed cases were reported, including 74,982 recoveries and 844 deaths. More than 1,897,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [219]

On 3 October, a total of 79,852 confirmed cases were reported, including 75,148 recoveries and 851 deaths. More than 1,916,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [220]

On 4 October, a total of 80,295 confirmed cases were reported, including 75,239 recoveries and 857 deaths. More than 1,936,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [221]

On 5 October, a total of 80,696 confirmed cases were reported, including 75,303 recoveries and 862 deaths. More than 1,949,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [222]

On 6 October, a total of 81,090 confirmed cases were reported, including 75,376 recoveries and 868 deaths. More than 1,957,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [223]

On 7 October, a total of 81,505 confirmed cases were reported, including 75,683 recoveries and 874 deaths. More than 1,976,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [224]

On 8 October, a total of 81,982 confirmed cases were reported, including 76,081 recoveries and 880 deaths. More than 1,999,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [225]

On 9 October, a total of 82,471 confirmed cases were reported, including 76,543 recoveries and 885 deaths. More than 2,023,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [226]

On 10 October, a total of 83,023 confirmed cases were reported, including 76,983 recoveries and 891 deaths. More than 2,048,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [227]

On 11 October, a total of 83,534 confirmed cases were reported, including 77,220 recoveries and 896 deaths. More than 2,073,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [228]

On 12 October, a total of 83,998 confirmed cases were reported, including 77,423 recoveries and 901 deaths. More than 2,087,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [229]

On 13 October, a total of 84,524 confirmed cases were reported, including 77,797 recoveries and 906 deaths. More than 2,095,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [230]

On 14 October, a total of 85,121 confirmed cases were reported, including 78,218 recoveries and 911 deaths. More than 2,118,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [231]

On 15 October, a total of 85,734 confirmed cases were reported, including 78,583 recoveries and 916 deaths. More than 2,144,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [232]

On 16 October, a total of 86,392 confirmed cases were reported, including 78,990 recoveries and 921 deaths. More than 2,170,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [233]

On 17 October, a total of 87,093 confirmed cases were reported, including 79,429 recoveries and 925 deaths. More than 2,196,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [234]

On 18 October, a total of 87,698 confirmed cases were reported, including 79,757 recoveries and 929 deaths. More than 2,222,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [235]

On 19 October, a total of 88,290 confirmed cases were reported, including 80,130 recoveries and 933 deaths. More than 2,235,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [236]

On 20 October, a total of 88,909 confirmed cases were reported, including 80,503 recoveries and 937 deaths. More than 2,244,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [237]

On 21 October, a total of 89,642 confirmed cases were reported, including 80,905 recoveries and 941 deaths. More than 2,267,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [238]

On 22 October, a total of 90,380 confirmed cases were reported, including 81,501 recoveries and 945 deaths. More than 2,294,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [239]

On 23 October, a total of 91,167 confirmed cases were reported, including 82,136 recoveries and 949 deaths. More than 2,320,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [240]

On 24 October, a total of 91,978 confirmed cases were reported, including 82,670 recoveries and 953 deaths. More than 2,347,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [241]

On 25 October, a total of 92,823 confirmed cases were reported, including 83,237 recoveries and 957 deaths. More than 2,372,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [242]

On 26 October, a total of 93,707 confirmed cases were reported, including 83,748 recoveries and 961 deaths. More than 2,386,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [243]

On 27 October, a total of 94,609 confirmed cases were reported, including 84,237 recoveries and 965 deaths. More than 2,395,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [244]

On 28 October, a total of 95,545 confirmed cases were reported, including 84,690 recoveries and 969 deaths. More than 2,418,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [245]

On 29 October, a total of 96,529 confirmed cases were reported, including 85,332 recoveries and 973 deaths. More than 2,444,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [246]

On 30 October, a total of 97,499 confirmed cases were reported, including 85,982 recoveries and 977 deaths. More than 2,470,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [247]

On 31 October, a total of 98,482 confirmed cases were reported, including 86,663 recoveries and 980 deaths. More than 2,495,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [248]

November 2020

November 2020
On 1 November, a total of 99,459 confirmed cases were reported, including 87,188 recoveries and 985 deaths. More than 2,522,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [249]

On 2 November, a total of 100,400 confirmed cases were reported, including 87,400 recoveries and 989 deaths. More than 2,537,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [250]

On 3 November, a total of 101,329 confirmed cases were reported, including 87,985 recoveries and 992 deaths. More than 2,547,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [251]

On 4 November, a total of 102,313 confirmed cases were reported, including 88,701 recoveries and 995 deaths. More than 2,573,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [252]

On 5 November, a total of 103,295 confirmed cases were reported, including 89,131 recoveries and 998 deaths. More than 2,600,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [253]

On 6 November, a total of 104,286 confirmed cases were reported, including 89,555 recoveries and 1,001 deaths. More than 2,628,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [254]

On 7 November, a total of 105,283 confirmed cases were reported, including 90,058 recoveries and 1,004 deaths. More than 2,658,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [255]

On 8 November, a total of 106,279 confirmed cases were reported, including 90,998 recoveries and 1,007 deaths. More than 2,689,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [256]

On 9 November, a total of 107,262 confirmed cases were reported, including 91,353 recoveries and 1,011 deaths. More than 2,707,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [257]

On 10 November, a total of 108,300 confirmed cases were reported, including 91,646 recoveries and 1,016 deaths. More than 2,720,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. This was the first time more than a thousand daily new cases (1,038) were reported by the officials. [258]

On 11 November, a total of 109,357 confirmed cases were reported, including 92,266 recoveries and 1,022 deaths. More than 2,750,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [259]

On 12 November, a total of 110,455 confirmed cases were reported, including 92,843 recoveries and 1,027 deaths. More than 2,780,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [260]

On 13 November, a total of 111,622 confirmed cases were reported, including 93,570 recoveries and 1,033 deaths. More than 2,814,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [261]

On 14 November, a total of 112,870 confirmed cases were reported, including 94,337 recoveries and 1,039 deaths. More than 2,847,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [262]

On 15 November, a total of 114,185 confirmed cases were reported, including 95,843 recoveries and 1,046 deaths. More than 2,882,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [263]

On 16 November, a total of 115,448 confirmed cases were reported, including 96,462 recoveries and 1,053 deaths. More than 2,903,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [264]

On 17 November, a total of 116,699 confirmed cases were reported, including 97,318 recoveries and 1,060 deaths. More than 2,917,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [265]

On 18 November, a total of 118,008 confirmed cases were reported, including 98,318 recoveries and 1,067 deaths. More than 2,947,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [266]

On 19 November, a total of 119,390 confirmed cases were reported, including 99,584 recoveries and 1,074 deaths. More than 2,977,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [267]

On 20 November, a total of 120,847 confirmed cases were reported, including 100,749 recoveries and 1,081 deaths. More than 3,009,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [268]

On 21 November, a total of 122,435 confirmed cases were reported, including 102,113 recoveries and 1,089 deaths. More than 3,041,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [269]

On 22 November, a total of 123,999 confirmed cases were reported, including 103,848 recoveries and 1,096 deaths. More than 3,074,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [270]

On 23 November, a total of 125,482 confirmed cases were reported, including 104,698 recoveries and 1,104 deaths. More than 3,091,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [271]

On 24 November, a total of 126,953 confirmed cases were reported, including 105,835 recoveries and 1,112 deaths. More than 3,101,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [272]

On 25 November, a total of 128,449 confirmed cases were reported, including 107,452 recoveries and 1,119 deaths. More than 3,128,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [273]

On 26 November, a total of 130,012 confirmed cases were reported, including 108,769 recoveries and 1,128 deaths. More than 3,158,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [274]

On 27 November, a total of 131,633 confirmed cases were reported, including 110,152 recoveries and 1,136 deaths. More than 3,188,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [275]

On 28 November, a total of 133,324 confirmed cases were reported, including 111,455 recoveries and 1,143 deaths. More than 3,220,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [276]

On 29 November, a total of 135,008 confirmed cases were reported, including 113,375 recoveries and 1,151 deaths. More than 3,253,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [277]

On 30 November, a total of 136,647 confirmed cases were reported, including 114,341 recoveries and 1,158 deaths. More than 3,269,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [278]

December 2020

December 2020
On 1 December, a total of 138,219 confirmed cases were reported, including 115,587 recoveries and 1,166 deaths. More than 3,279,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [279]

On 2 December, a total of 139,908 confirmed cases were reported, including 117,195 recoveries and 1,174 deaths. More than 3,306,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [280]

On 3 December, a total of 141,609 confirmed cases were reported, including 118,924 recoveries and 1,181 deaths. More than 3,335,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [281]

On 4 December, a total of 143,383 confirmed cases were reported, including 120,571 recoveries and 1,190 deaths. More than 3,367,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [282]

On 5 December, a total of 145,279 confirmed cases were reported, including 122,339 recoveries and 1,198 deaths. More than 3,398,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [283]

On 6 December, a total of 147,157 confirmed cases were reported, including 124,774 recoveries and 1,207 deaths. More than 3,430,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [284]

On 7 December, a total of 148,953 confirmed cases were reported, including 126,084 recoveries and 1,215 deaths. More than 3,449,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [285]

On 8 December, a total of 150,602 confirmed cases were reported, including 127,528 recoveries and 1,222 deaths. More than 3,461,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [286]

On 9 December, a total of 152,453 confirmed cases were reported, including 129,950 recoveries and 1,230 deaths. More than 3,487,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [287]

On 10 December, a total of 154,392 confirmed cases were reported, including 132,085 recoveries and 1,238 deaths. More than 3,517,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [288]

On 11 December, a total of 156,359 confirmed cases were reported, including 133,930 recoveries and 1,246 deaths. More than 3,548,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [289]

On 12 December, a total of 158,334 confirmed cases were reported, including 135,922 recoveries and 1,254 deaths. More than 3,578,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [290]

On 13 December, a total of 160,295 confirmed cases were reported, including 138,464 recoveries and 1,263 deaths. More than 3,609,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [291]

On 14 December, a total of 162,148 confirmed cases were reported, including 139,785 recoveries and 1,273 deaths. More than 3,625,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [292]

On 15 December, a total of 164,059 confirmed cases were reported, including 141,443 recoveries and 1,282 deaths. More than 3,634,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [293]

On 16 December, a total of 165,897 confirmed cases were reported, including 143,373 recoveries and 1,291 deaths. More than 3,659,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [294]

On 17 December, a total of 167,731 confirmed cases were reported, including 145,397 recoveries and 1,299 deaths. More than 3,688,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [295]

On 18 December, a total of 169,648 confirmed cases were reported, including 147,316 recoveries and 1,308 deaths. More than 3,718,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [296]

On 19 December, a total of 171,579 confirmed cases were reported, including 149,353 recoveries and 1,316 deaths. More than 3,748,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [297]

On 20 December, a total of 173,523 confirmed cases were reported, including 151,635 recoveries and 1,324 deaths. More than 3,778,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [298]

On 21 December, a total of 175,416 confirmed cases were reported, including 152,930 recoveries and 1,333 deaths. More than 3,794,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [299]

On 22 December, a total of 177,274 confirmed cases were reported, including 154,807 recoveries and 1,341 deaths. More than 3,803,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [300]

On 23 December, a total of 179,196 confirmed cases were reported, including 157,079 recoveries and 1,349 deaths. More than 3,827,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [301]

On 24 December, a total of 181,113 confirmed cases were reported, including 159,437 recoveries and 1,358 deaths. More than 3,854,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [302]

On 25 December, a total of 183,006 confirmed cases were reported, including 161,832 recoveries and 1,367 deaths. More than 3,883,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [303]

On 26 December, a total of 184,922 confirmed cases were reported, including 164,538 recoveries and 1,376 deaths. More than 3,912,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [304]

On 27 December, a total of 186,747 confirmed cases were reported, including 166,036 recoveries and 1,385 deaths. More than 3,924,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [305]

On 28 December, a total of 188,588 confirmed cases were reported, including 167,421 recoveries and 1,394 deaths. More than 3,933,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [306]

On 29 December, a total of 190,404 confirmed cases were reported, including 169,257 recoveries and 1,404 deaths. More than 3,937,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [307]

On 30 December, a total of 192,361 confirmed cases were reported, including 171,901 recoveries and 1,414 deaths. More than 3,962,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [308]

On 31 December, a total of 194,284 confirmed cases were reported, including 175,147 recoveries and 1,424 deaths. More than 3,988,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [309]

January 2021

January 2021
On 1 January, a total of 196,223 confirmed cases were reported, including 178,102 recoveries and 1,433 deaths. More than 4,015,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [310]

On 2 January, a total of 198,125 confirmed cases were reported, including 181,109 recoveries and 1,442 deaths. More than 4,037,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [311]

On 3 January, a total of 199,962 confirmed cases were reported, including 182,630 recoveries and 1,451 deaths. More than 4,042,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [312]

On 4 January, a total of 201,831 confirmed cases were reported, including 183,625 recoveries and 1,461 deaths. More than 4,047,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [313]

On 5 January, a total of 203,104 confirmed cases were reported, including 184,574 recoveries and 1,471 deaths. More than 4,050,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [314]

On 6 January, a total of 204,958 confirmed cases were reported, including 186,394 recoveries and 1,480 deaths. More than 4,068,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [315]

On 7 January, a total of 206,796 confirmed cases were reported, including 188,789 recoveries and 1,489 deaths. More than 4,093,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [316]

On 8 January, a total of 208,601 confirmed cases were reported, including 190,966 recoveries and 1,498 deaths. More than 4,114,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [317]

On 9 January, a total of 210,368 confirmed cases were reported, including 192,620 recoveries and 1,507 deaths. More than 4,117,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [318]

On 10 January, a total of 212,201 confirmed cases were reported, including 194,984 recoveries and 1,517 deaths. More than 4,130,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [319]

On 11 January, a total of 213,993 confirmed cases were reported, including 196,284 recoveries and 1,526 deaths. More than 4,139,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [320]

On 12 January, a total of 215,724 confirmed cases were reported, including 197,851 recoveries and 1,535 deaths. More than 4,144,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [321]

On 13 January, a total of 217,696 confirmed cases were reported, including 200,132 recoveries and 1,544 deaths. More than 4,166,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [322]

On 14 January, a total of 219,663 confirmed cases were reported, including 202,446 recoveries and 1,554 deaths. More than 4,191,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [323]

On 15 January, a total of 221,604 confirmed cases were reported, including 204,500 recoveries and 1,564 deaths. More than 4,216,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [324]

On 16 January, a total of 223,537 confirmed cases were reported, including 206,676 recoveries and 1,573 deaths. More than 4,238,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [325]

On 17 January, a total of 225,461 confirmed cases were reported, including 209,208 recoveries and 1,582 deaths. More than 4,259,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [326]

On 18 January, a total of 227,360 confirmed cases were reported, including 210,779 recoveries and 1,591 deaths. More than 4,271,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [327]

On 19 January, a total of 228,716 confirmed cases were reported, including 212,074 recoveries and 1,601 deaths. More than 4,280,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [328]

On 20 January, a total of 230,494 confirmed cases were reported, including 214,366 recoveries and 1,610 deaths. More than 4,295,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [329]

On 21 January, a total of 232,298 confirmed cases were reported, including 216,744 recoveries and 1,619 deaths. More than 4,311,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [330]

On 22 January, a total of 234,111 confirmed cases were reported, including 218,831 recoveries and 1,628 deaths. More than 4,330,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [331]

On 23 January, a total of 235,859 confirmed cases were reported, including 220,912 recoveries and 1,639 deaths. More than 4,348,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [332]

On 24 January, a total of 237,611 confirmed cases were reported, including 223,553 recoveries and 1,649 deaths. More than 4,365,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [333]

On 25 January, a total of 238,635 confirmed cases were reported, including 224,171 recoveries and 1,658 deaths. More than 4,375,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [334]

On 26 January, a total of 239,482 confirmed cases were reported, including 224,925 recoveries and 1,668 deaths. More than 4,383,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [335]

On 27 January, a total of 241,133 confirmed cases were reported, including 227,068 recoveries and 1,678 deaths. More than 4,399,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [336]

On 28 January, a total of 242,851 confirmed cases were reported, including 229,199 recoveries and 1,688 deaths. More than 4,415,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [337]

On 29 January, a total of 244,718 confirmed cases were reported, including 231,399 recoveries and 1,698 deaths. More than 4,435,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [338]

On 30 January, a total of 246,570 confirmed cases were reported, including 233,499 recoveries and 1,708 deaths. More than 4,453,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [339]

On 31 January, a total of 248,336 confirmed cases were reported, including 235,838 recoveries and 1,718 deaths. More than 4,472,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [340]

February 2021

February 2021
On 1 February, a total of 249,295 confirmed cases were reported, including 236,516 recoveries and 1,728 deaths. More than 4,482,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [341]

On 2 February, a total of 249,994 confirmed cases were reported, including 237,178 recoveries and 1,737 deaths. More than 4,488,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [342]

On 3 February, a total of 251,705 confirmed cases were reported, including 239,191 recoveries and 1,746 deaths. More than 4,502,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [343]

On 4 February, a total of 253,413 confirmed cases were reported, including 241,150 recoveries and 1,755 deaths. More than 4,519,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [344]

On 5 February, a total of 255,172 confirmed cases were reported, including 243,144 recoveries and 1,764 deaths. More than 4,538,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [345]

On 6 February, a total of 256,959 confirmed cases were reported, including 244,941 recoveries and 1,773 deaths. More than 4,557,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [346]

On 7 February, a total of 258,691 confirmed cases were reported, including 247,177 recoveries and 1,783 deaths. More than 4,577,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [347]

On 8 February, a total of 259,499 confirmed cases were reported, including 247,703 recoveries and 1,792 deaths. More than 4,586,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [348]

On 9 February, a total of 260,060 confirmed cases were reported, including 248,064 recoveries and 1,801 deaths. More than 4,593,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [349]

On 10 February, a total of 261,859 confirmed cases were reported, including 250,078 recoveries and 1,811 deaths. More than 4,607,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [350]

On 11 February, a total of 263,551 confirmed cases were reported, including 252,068 recoveries and 1,820 deaths. More than 4,624,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [351]

On 12 February, a total of 265,284 confirmed cases were reported, including 254,032 recoveries and 1,830 deaths. More than 4,643,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [352]

On 13 February, a total of 267,029 confirmed cases were reported, including 255,980 recoveries and 1,840 deaths. More than 4,662,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [353]

On 14 February, a total of 268,687 confirmed cases were reported, including 258,202 recoveries and 1,849 deaths. More than 4,681,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [354]

On 15 February, a total of 269,787 confirmed cases were reported, including 259,029 recoveries and 1,858 deaths. More than 4,690,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [355]

On 16 February, a total of 270,921 confirmed cases were reported, including 260,057 recoveries and 1,867 deaths. More than 4,698,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [356]

On 17 February, a total of 272,273 confirmed cases were reported, including 261,568 recoveries and 1,876 deaths. More than 4,715,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [357]

On 18 February, a total of 273,659 confirmed cases were reported, including 263,368 recoveries and 1,885 deaths. More than 4,732,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [358]

On 19 February, a total of 275,322 confirmed cases were reported, including 264,976 recoveries and 1,894 deaths. More than 4,753,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [359]

On 20 February, a total of 276,990 confirmed cases were reported, including 266,892 recoveries and 1,903 deaths. More than 4,771,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [360]

On 21 February, a total of 278,312 confirmed cases were reported, including 268,530 recoveries and 1,912 deaths. More than 4,790,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [361]

On 22 February, a total of 279,456 confirmed cases were reported, including 269,428 recoveries and 1,921 deaths. More than 4,799,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [362]

On 23 February, a total of 280,428 confirmed cases were reported, including 270,289 recoveries and 1,930 deaths. More than 4,806,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [363]

On 24 February, a total of 281,707 confirmed cases were reported, including 271,733 recoveries and 1,939 deaths. More than 4,824,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [364]

On 25 February, a total of 282,898 confirmed cases were reported, including 273,146 recoveries and 1,948 deaths. More than 4,841,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [365]

On 26 February, a total of 284,500 confirmed cases were reported, including 274,743 recoveries and 1,957 deaths. More than 4,861,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [366]

On 27 February, a total of 285,959 confirmed cases were reported, including 276,234 recoveries and 1,966 deaths. More than 4,879,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [367]

On 28 February, a total of 287,306 confirmed cases were reported, including 277,995 recoveries and 1,976 deaths. More than 4,898,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [368]

March 2021

March 2021
On 1 March, a total of 288,267 confirmed cases were reported, including 278,661 recoveries and 1,985 deaths. More than 4,908,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [369]

On 2 March, a total of 289,136 confirmed cases were reported, including 279,450 recoveries and 1,993 deaths. More than 4,915,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [370]

On 3 March, a total of 290,447 confirmed cases were reported, including 280,766 recoveries and 2,002 deaths. More than 4,933,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [371]

On 4 March, a total of 291,621 confirmed cases were reported, including 282,039 recoveries and 2,011 deaths. More than 4,951,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [372]

On 5 March, a total of 293,103 confirmed cases were reported, including 283,508 recoveries and 2,020 deaths. More than 4,971,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [373]

On 6 March, a total of 294,432 confirmed cases were reported, including 285,036 recoveries and 2,029 deaths. More than 4,988,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [374]

On 7 March, a total of 295,511 confirmed cases were reported, including 286,484 recoveries and 2,038 deaths. More than 5,007,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [375]

On 8 March, a total of 296,441 confirmed cases were reported, including 287,197 recoveries and 2,047 deaths. More than 5,017,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [376]

On 9 March, a total of 297,514 confirmed cases were reported, including 288,049 recoveries and 2,055 deaths. More than 5,025,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [377]

On 10 March, a total of 298,123 confirmed cases were reported, including 288,613 recoveries and 2,063 deaths. More than 5,032,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [378]

On 11 March, a total of 298,960 confirmed cases were reported, including 289,622 recoveries and 2,070 deaths. More than 5,048,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [379]

On 12 March, a total of 300,146 confirmed cases were reported, including 290,865 recoveries and 2,078 deaths. More than 5,063,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [380]

On 13 March, a total of 301,328 confirmed cases were reported, including 292,186 recoveries and 2,087 deaths. More than 5,082,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [381]

On 14 March, a total of 302,323 confirmed cases were reported, including 293,485 recoveries and 2,095 deaths. More than 5,101,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [382]

On 15 March, a total of 303,270 confirmed cases were reported, including 294,143 recoveries and 2,103 deaths. More than 5,113,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [383]

On 16 March, a total of 304,146 confirmed cases were reported, including 294,878 recoveries and 2,112 deaths. More than 5,122,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [384]

On 17 March, a total of 305,270 confirmed cases were reported, including 296,183 recoveries and 2,121 deaths. More than 5,139,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [385]

On 18 March, a total of 306,524 confirmed cases were reported, including 297,502 recoveries and 2,130 deaths. More than 5,159,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [386]

On 19 March, a total of 307,938 confirmed cases were reported, including 298,816 recoveries and 2,139 deaths. More than 5,178,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [387]

On 20 March, a total of 309,293 confirmed cases were reported, including 300,096 recoveries and 2,148 deaths. More than 5,197,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [388]

On 21 March, a total of 310,445 confirmed cases were reported, including 301,442 recoveries and 2,157 deaths. More than 5,215,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [389]

On 22 March, a total of 311,428 confirmed cases were reported, including 302,168 recoveries and 2,166 deaths. More than 5,226,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [390]

On 23 March, a total of 312,474 confirmed cases were reported, including 303,030 recoveries and 2,175 deaths. More than 5,234,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [391]

On 24 March, a total of 313,852 confirmed cases were reported, including 304,477 recoveries and 2,184 deaths. More than 5,253,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [392]

On 25 March, a total of 314,993 confirmed cases were reported, including 305,560 recoveries and 2,193 deaths. More than 5,272,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [393]

On 26 March, a total of 316,418 confirmed cases were reported, including 307,004 recoveries and 2,202 deaths. More than 5,291,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [394]

On 27 March, a total of 317,631 confirmed cases were reported, including 308,216 recoveries and 2,211 deaths. More than 5,310,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [395]

On 28 March, a total of 318,681 confirmed cases were reported, including 309,535 recoveries and 2,219 deaths. More than 5,330,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [396]

On 29 March, a total of 319,599 confirmed cases were reported, including 310,189 recoveries and 2,227 deaths. More than 5,341,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [397]

On 30 March, a total of 320,594 confirmed cases were reported, including 310,983 recoveries and 2,237 deaths. More than 5,349,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [398]

On 31 March, a total of 321,807 confirmed cases were reported, including 312,320 recoveries and 2,247 deaths. More than 5,368,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [399]

April 2021

April 2021
On 1 April, a total of 323,043 confirmed cases were reported, including 313,628 recoveries and 2,257 deaths. More than 5,388,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [400]

On 2 April, a total of 324,694 confirmed cases were reported, including 315,226 recoveries and 2,267 deaths. More than 5,406,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [401]

On 3 April, a total of 326,065 confirmed cases were reported, including 316,649 recoveries and 2,276 deaths. More than 5,424,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [402]

On 4 April, a total of 327,304 confirmed cases were reported, including 318,033 recoveries and 2,285 deaths. More than 5,443,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [403]

On 5 April, a total of 328,290 confirmed cases were reported, including 318,756 recoveries and 2,294 deaths. More than 5,453,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [404]

On 6 April, a total of 329,258 confirmed cases were reported, including 319,601 recoveries and 2,304 deaths. More than 5,460,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [405]

On 7 April, a total of 330,536 confirmed cases were reported, including 320,844 recoveries and 2,314 deaths. More than 5,478,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [406]

On 8 April, a total of 331,808 confirmed cases were reported, including 322,223 recoveries and 2,324 deaths. More than 5,496,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [407]

On 9 April, a total of 333,430 confirmed cases were reported, including 323,748 recoveries and 2,334 deaths. More than 5,516,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [408]

On 10 April, a total of 334,863 confirmed cases were reported, including 325,108 recoveries and 2,344 deaths. More than 5,535,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [409]

On 11 April, a total of 336,038 confirmed cases were reported, including 326,487 recoveries and 2,354 deaths. More than 5,553,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [410]

On 12 April, a total of 336,881 confirmed cases were reported, including 327,087 recoveries and 2,363 deaths. More than 5,563,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [411]

On 13 April, a total of 337,635 confirmed cases were reported, including 327,848 recoveries and 2,373 deaths. More than 5,570,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [412]

On 14 April, a total of 338,801 confirmed cases were reported, including 329,135 recoveries and 2,383 deaths. More than 5,589,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [413]

On 15 April, a total of 340,023 confirmed cases were reported, including 330,483 recoveries and 2,393 deaths. More than 5,608,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [414]

On 16 April, a total of 341,539 confirmed cases were reported, including 331,972 recoveries and 2,403 deaths. More than 5,627,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [415]

On 17 April, a total of 342,923 confirmed cases were reported, including 333,373 recoveries and 2,413 deaths. More than 5,647,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [416]

On 18 April, a total of 344,223 confirmed cases were reported, including 334,852 recoveries and 2,423 deaths. More than 5,666,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [417]

On 19 April, a total of 345,110 confirmed cases were reported, including 335,485 recoveries and 2,433 deaths. More than 5,676,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [418]

On 20 April, a total of 345,998 confirmed cases were reported, including 336,227 recoveries and 2,443 deaths. More than 5,685,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [419]

On 21 April, a total of 347,316 confirmed cases were reported, including 337,620 recoveries and 2,453 deaths. More than 5,705,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [420]

On 22 April, a total of 348,486 confirmed cases were reported, including 338,927 recoveries and 2,463 deaths. More than 5,723,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [421]

On 23 April, a total of 350,221 confirmed cases were reported, including 340,660 recoveries and 2,473 deaths. More than 5,741,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [422]

On 24 April, a total of 351,674 confirmed cases were reported, including 342,102 recoveries and 2,483 deaths. More than 5,759,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [423]

On 25 April, a total of 352,950 confirmed cases were reported, including 343,557 recoveries and 2,493 deaths. More than 5,778,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [424]

On 26 April, a total of 353,846 confirmed cases were reported, including 344,206 recoveries and 2,502 deaths. More than 5,788,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [425]

On 27 April, a total of 354,669 confirmed cases were reported, including 344,950 recoveries and 2,512 deaths. More than 5,797,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [426]

On 28 April, a total of 355,924 confirmed cases were reported, including 346,148 recoveries and 2,522 deaths. More than 5,815,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [427]

On 29 April, a total of 357,233 confirmed cases were reported, including 347,554 recoveries and 2,532 deaths. More than 5,832,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [428]

On 30 April, a total of 358,738 confirmed cases were reported, including 349,013 recoveries and 2,542 deaths. More than 5,850,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [429]

May 2021

May 2021
On 1 May, a total of 359,982 confirmed cases were reported, including 350,433 recoveries and 2,552 deaths. More than 5,868,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [430]

On 2 May, a total of 361,063 confirmed cases were reported, including 351,816 recoveries and 2,562 deaths. More than 5,887,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [431]

On 3 May, a total of 361,897 confirmed cases were reported, including 352,464 recoveries and 2,572 deaths. More than 5,895,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [432]

On 4 May, a total of 362,594 confirmed cases were reported, including 353,081 recoveries and 2,582 deaths. More than 5,902,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [433]

On 5 May, a total of 363,732 confirmed cases were reported, including 354,212 recoveries and 2,592 deaths. More than 5,920,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [434]

On 6 May, a total of 364,951 confirmed cases were reported, including 355,531 recoveries and 2,602 deaths. More than 5,939,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [435]

On 7 May, a total of 366,305 confirmed cases were reported, including 356,842 recoveries and 2,612 deaths. More than 5,958,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [436]

On 8 May, a total of 367,674 confirmed cases were reported, including 358,261 recoveries and 2,622 deaths. More than 5,976,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [437]

On 9 May, a total of 368,888 confirmed cases were reported, including 359,687 recoveries and 2,632 deaths. More than 5,996,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [438]

On 10 May, a total of 369,767 confirmed cases were reported, including 360,255 recoveries and 2,642 deaths. More than 6,007,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [439]

On 11 May, a total of 370,509 confirmed cases were reported, including 360,916 recoveries and 2,652 deaths. More than 6,015,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [440]

On 12 May, a total of 371,405 confirmed cases were reported, including 362,112 recoveries and 2,661 deaths. More than 6,028,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [441]

On 13 May, a total of 372,242 confirmed cases were reported, including 362,806 recoveries and 2,671 deaths. More than 6,036,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [442]

On 14 May, a total of 373,351 confirmed cases were reported, including 363,873 recoveries and 2,681 deaths. More than 6,050,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [443]

On 15 May, a total of 374,714 confirmed cases were reported, including 365,255 recoveries and 2,691 deaths. More than 6,070,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [444]

On 16 May, a total of 376,341 confirmed cases were reported, including 367,097 recoveries and 2,701 deaths. More than 6,090,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [445]

On 17 May, a total of 377,532 confirmed cases were reported, including 367,840 recoveries and 2,711 deaths. More than 6,105,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [446]

On 18 May, a total of 378,711 confirmed cases were reported, including 368,832 recoveries and 2,721 deaths. More than 6,113,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [447]

On 19 May, a total of 380,089 confirmed cases were reported, including 370,135 recoveries and 2,732 deaths. More than 6,133,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [448]

On 20 May, a total of 381,546 confirmed cases were reported, including 371,666 recoveries and 2,742 deaths. More than 6,154,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [449]

On 21 May, a total of 383,302 confirmed cases were reported, including 373,391 recoveries and 2,752 deaths. More than 6,174,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [450]

On 22 May, a total of 384,773 confirmed cases were reported, including 374,854 recoveries and 2,761 deaths. More than 6,192,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [451]

On 23 May, a total of 386,025 confirmed cases were reported, including 376,453 recoveries and 2,771 deaths. More than 6,211,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [452]

On 24 May, a total of 386,978 confirmed cases were reported, including 377,105 recoveries and 2,780 deaths. More than 6,221,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [453]

On 25 May, a total of 387,818 confirmed cases were reported, including 377,869 recoveries and 2,791 deaths. More than 6,230,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [454]

On 26 May, a total of 388,987 confirmed cases were reported, including 379,265 recoveries and 2,801 deaths. More than 6,249,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [455]

On 27 May, a total of 390,203 confirmed cases were reported, including 380,677 recoveries and 2,811 deaths. More than 6,268,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [456]

On 28 May, a total of 391,637 confirmed cases were reported, including 382,167 recoveries and 2,821 deaths. More than 6,286,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [457]

On 29 May, a total of 392,629 confirmed cases were reported, including 383,380 recoveries and 2,831 deaths. More than 6,304,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [458]

On 30 May, a total of 393,807 confirmed cases were reported, including 384,933 recoveries and 2,841 deaths. More than 6,323,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [459]

On 31 May, a total of 394,439 confirmed cases were reported, including 385,382 recoveries and 2,851 deaths. More than 6,335,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [460]

June 2021

June 2021
On 1 June, a total of 395,075 confirmed cases were reported, including 386,088 recoveries and 2,861 deaths. More than 6,343,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [461]

On 2 June, a total of 395,990 confirmed cases were reported, including 387,338 recoveries and 2,871 deaths. More than 6,361,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [462]

On 3 June, a total of 396,869 confirmed cases were reported, including 388,632 recoveries and 2,882 deaths. More than 6,378,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [463]

On 4 June, a total of 398,052 confirmed cases were reported, including 389,929 recoveries and 2,892 deaths. More than 6,394,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [464]

On 5 June, a total of 398,909 confirmed cases were reported, including 391,003 recoveries and 2,900 deaths. More than 6,409,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [465]

On 6 June, a total of 399,852 confirmed cases were reported, including 392,366 recoveries and 2,910 deaths. More than 6,427,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [466]

On 7 June, a total of 400,422 confirmed cases were reported, including 392,744 recoveries and 2,919 deaths. More than 6,438,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [467]

On 8 June, a total of 401,019 confirmed cases were reported, including 393,237 recoveries and 2,929 deaths. More than 6,447,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [468]

On 9 June, a total of 401,853 confirmed cases were reported, including 394,272 recoveries and 2,939 deaths. More than 6,466,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [469]

On 10 June, a total of 402,819 confirmed cases were reported, including 395,463 recoveries and 2,949 deaths. More than 6,483,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [470]

On 11 June, a total of 403,845 confirmed cases were reported, including 396,650 recoveries and 2,958 deaths. More than 6,500,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [471]

On 12 June, a total of 404,740 confirmed cases were reported, including 397,587 recoveries and 2,969 deaths. More than 6,516,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [472]

On 13 June, a total of 405,663 confirmed cases were reported, including 398,742 recoveries and 2,978 deaths. More than 6,533,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [473]

On 14 June, a total of 406,360 confirmed cases were reported, including 399,174 recoveries and 2,987 deaths. More than 6,544,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [474]

On 15 June, a total of 406,861 confirmed cases were reported, including 399,549 recoveries and 2,995 deaths. More than 6,555,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [475]

On 16 June, a total of 407,748 confirmed cases were reported, including 400,513 recoveries and 3,006 deaths. More than 6,572,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [476]

On 17 June, a total of 408,621 confirmed cases were reported, including 401,462 recoveries and 3,015 deaths. More than 6,593,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [477]

On 18 June, a total of 409,385 confirmed cases were reported, including 402,202 recoveries and 3,025 deaths. More than 6,610,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [478]

On 19 June, a total of 410,096 confirmed cases were reported, including 402,876 recoveries and 3,035 deaths. More than 6,627,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [479]

On 20 June, a total of 410,678 confirmed cases were reported, including 403,758 recoveries and 3,044 deaths. More than 6,645,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [480]

On 21 June, a total of 411,153 confirmed cases were reported, including 404,025 recoveries and 3,053 deaths. More than 6,655,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [481]

On 22 June, a total of 411,551 confirmed cases were reported, including 404,240 recoveries and 3,063 deaths. More than 6,667,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [482]

On 23 June, a total of 412,353 confirmed cases were reported, including 405,045 recoveries and 3,072 deaths. More than 6,686,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [483]

On 24 June, a total of 413,139 confirmed cases were reported, including 405,909 recoveries and 3,082 deaths. More than 6,704,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [484]

On 25 June, a total of 413,952 confirmed cases were reported, including 406,686 recoveries and 3,093 deaths. More than 6,720,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [485]

On 26 June, a total of 414,730 confirmed cases were reported, including 407,528 recoveries and 3,103 deaths. More than 6,736,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [486]

On 27 June, a total of 415,339 confirmed cases were reported, including 408,307 recoveries and 3,113 deaths. More than 6,754,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [487]

On 28 June, a total of 415,780 confirmed cases were reported, including 408,503 recoveries and 3,122 deaths. More than 6,764,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [488]

On 29 June, a total of 416,275 confirmed cases were reported, including 408,878 recoveries and 3,132 deaths. More than 6,776,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [489]

On 30 June, a total of 417,189 confirmed cases were reported, including 409,797 recoveries and 3,143 deaths. More than 6,795,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [490]

July 2021

July 2021
On 1 July, a total of 418,212 confirmed cases were reported, including 410,984 recoveries and 3,153 deaths. More than 6,813,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [491]

On 2 July, a total of 419,330 confirmed cases were reported, including 412,128 recoveries and 3,164 deaths. More than 6,831,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [492]

On 3 July, a total of 420,406 confirmed cases were reported, including 413,292 recoveries and 3,175 deaths. More than 6,848,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [493]

On 4 July, a total of 421,350 confirmed cases were reported, including 414,460 recoveries and 3,185 deaths. More than 6,866,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [494]

On 5 July, a total of 421,964 confirmed cases were reported, including 414,948 recoveries and 3,194 deaths. More than 6,875,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [495]

On 6 July, a total of 422,521 confirmed cases were reported, including 415,363 recoveries and 3,204 deaths. More than 6,886,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [496]

On 7 July, a total of 423,519 confirmed cases were reported, including 416,412 recoveries and 3,214 deaths. More than 6,905,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [497]

On 8 July, a total of 424,554 confirmed cases were reported, including 417,585 recoveries and 3,225 deaths. More than 6,923,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [498]

On 9 July, a total of 425,804 confirmed cases were reported, including 418,920 recoveries and 3,236 deaths. More than 6,941,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [499]

On 10 July, a total of 426,886 confirmed cases were reported, including 420,085 recoveries and 3,247 deaths. More than 6,958,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [500]

On 11 July, a total of 427,906 confirmed cases were reported, including 421,305 recoveries and 3,257 deaths. More than 6,977,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [501]

On 12 July, a total of 428,595 confirmed cases were reported, including 421,842 recoveries and 3,266 deaths. More than 6,987,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [502]

On 13 July, a total of 429,181 confirmed cases were reported, including 422,374 recoveries and 3,276 deaths. More than 6,999,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [503]

On 14 July, a total of 430,121 confirmed cases were reported, including 423,404 recoveries and 3,287 deaths. More than 7,018,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [504]

On 15 July, a total of 431,112 confirmed cases were reported, including 424,546 recoveries and 3,297 deaths. More than 7,038,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [505]

On 16 July, a total of 432,388 confirmed cases were reported, including 425,907 recoveries and 3,306 deaths. More than 7,054,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [506]

On 17 July, a total of 433,409 confirmed cases were reported, including 427,025 recoveries and 3,316 deaths. More than 7,072,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [507]

On 18 July, a total of 434,362 confirmed cases were reported, including 428,202 recoveries and 3,326 deaths. More than 7,090,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [508]

On 19 July, a total of 435,020 confirmed cases were reported, including 428,682 recoveries and 3,334 deaths. More than 7,101,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [509]

On 20 July, a total of 435,620 confirmed cases were reported, including 429,257 recoveries and 3,344 deaths. More than 7,114,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [510]

On 21 July, a total of 436,595 confirmed cases were reported, including 430,287 recoveries and 3,355 deaths. More than 7,134,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [511]

On 22 July, a total of 437,664 confirmed cases were reported, including 431,489 recoveries and 3,365 deaths. More than 7,151,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [512]

On 23 July, a total of 438,767 confirmed cases were reported, including 432,655 recoveries and 3,376 deaths. More than 7,168,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [513]

On 24 July, a total of 439,828 confirmed cases were reported, including 433,782 recoveries and 3,385 deaths. More than 7,185,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [514]

On 25 July, a total of 440,708 confirmed cases were reported, including 434,882 recoveries and 3,394 deaths. More than 7,203,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [515]

On 26 July, a total of 441,356 confirmed cases were reported, including 435,374 recoveries and 3,403 deaths. More than 7,214,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [516]

On 27 July, a total of 441,881 confirmed cases were reported, including 435,842 recoveries and 3,413 deaths. More than 7,220,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [517]

On 28 July, a total of 442,831 confirmed cases were reported, including 436,903 recoveries and 3,424 deaths. More than 7,241,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [518]

On 29 July, a total of 443,864 confirmed cases were reported, including 438,050 recoveries and 3,435 deaths. More than 7,259,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [519]

On 30 July, a total of 445,048 confirmed cases were reported, including 439,162 recoveries and 3,445 deaths. More than 7,276,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [520]

On 31 July, a total of 446,040 confirmed cases were reported, including 440,200 recoveries and 3,454 deaths. More than 7,294,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [521]

August 2021

August 2021
On 1 August, a total of 446,998 confirmed cases were reported, including 441,369 recoveries and 3,464 deaths. More than 7,312,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [522]

On 2 August, a total of 447,754 confirmed cases were reported, including 441,961 recoveries and 3,472 deaths. More than 7,324,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [523]

On 3 August, a total of 448,335 confirmed cases were reported, including 442,380 recoveries and 3,483 deaths. More than 7,330,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [524]

On 4 August, a total of 449,302 confirmed cases were reported, including 443,417 recoveries and 3,494 deaths. More than 7,352,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [525]

On 5 August, a total of 450,445 confirmed cases were reported, including 444,613 recoveries and 3,503 deaths. More than 7,370,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [526]

On 6 August, a total of 451,740 confirmed cases were reported, including 445,890 recoveries and 3,513 deaths. More than 7,388,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [527]

On 7 August, a total of 452,953 confirmed cases were reported, including 447,059 recoveries and 3,523 deaths. More than 7,406,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [528]

On 8 August, a total of 453,932 confirmed cases were reported, including 448,220 recoveries and 3,532 deaths. More than 7,426,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [529]

On 9 August, a total of 454,674 confirmed cases were reported, including 448,752 recoveries and 3,541 deaths. More than 7,438,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [530]

On 10 August, a total of 455,281 confirmed cases were reported, including 449,186 recoveries and 3,551 deaths. More than 7,443,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [531]

On 11 August, a total of 456,247 confirmed cases were reported, including 450,248 recoveries and 3,562 deaths. More than 7,463,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [532]

On 12 August, a total of 457,422 confirmed cases were reported, including 451,598 recoveries and 3,572 deaths. More than 7,483,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [533]

On 13 August, a total of 458,847 confirmed cases were reported, including 453,024 recoveries and 3,582 deaths. More than 7,503,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [534]

On 14 August, a total of 459,998 confirmed cases were reported, including 454,103 recoveries and 3,593 deaths. More than 7,521,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [535]

On 15 August, a total of 461,303 confirmed cases were reported, including 455,521 recoveries and 3,604 deaths. More than 7,542,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [536]

On 16 August, a total of 462,197 confirmed cases were reported, including 456,193 recoveries and 3,613 deaths. More than 7,554,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [537]

On 17 August, a total of 462,794 confirmed cases were reported, including 456,666 recoveries and 3,625 deaths. More than 7,560,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [538]

On 18 August, a total of 463,855 confirmed cases were reported, including 457,682 recoveries and 3,637 deaths. More than 7,582,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [539]

On 19 August, a total of 465,210 confirmed cases were reported, including 459,090 recoveries and 3,649 deaths. More than 7,603,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [540]

On 20 August, a total of 466,948 confirmed cases were reported, including 460,813 recoveries and 3,659 deaths. More than 7,623,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [541]

On 21 August, a total of 468,415 confirmed cases were reported, including 462,244 recoveries and 3,670 deaths. More than 7,641,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [542]

On 22 August, a total of 469,717 confirmed cases were reported, including 463,599 recoveries and 3,681 deaths. More than 7,660,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [543]

On 23 August, a total of 470,635 confirmed cases were reported, including 464,300 recoveries and 3,691 deaths. More than 7,674,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [544]

On 24 August, a total of 471,495 confirmed cases were reported, including 465,027 recoveries and 3,701 deaths. More than 7,679,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [545]

On 25 August, a total of 472,852 confirmed cases were reported, including 466,332 recoveries and 3,712 deaths. More than 7,700,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [546]

On 26 August, a total of 474,403 confirmed cases were reported, including 467,836 recoveries and 3,723 deaths. More than 7,720,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [547]

On 27 August, a total of 476,265 confirmed cases were reported, including 469,569 recoveries and 3,735 deaths. More than 7,739,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [548]

On 28 August, a total of 477,901 confirmed cases were reported, including 471,018 recoveries and 3,745 deaths. More than 7,757,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [549]

On 29 August, a total of 479,306 confirmed cases were reported, including 472,505 recoveries and 3,757 deaths. More than 7,777,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [550]

On 30 August, a total of 480,364 confirmed cases were reported, including 473,274 recoveries and 3,768 deaths. More than 7,790,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [551]

On 31 August, a total of 481,532 confirmed cases were reported, including 474,300 recoveries and 3,780 deaths. More than 7,797,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [552]

September 2021

September 2021
On 1 September, a total of 483,231 confirmed cases were reported, including 475,898 recoveries and 3,791 deaths. More than 7,817,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [553]

On 2 September, a total of 485,067 confirmed cases were reported, including 477,682 recoveries and 3,803 deaths. More than 7,839,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [554]

On 3 September, a total of 487,017 confirmed cases were reported, including 479,229 recoveries and 3,814 deaths. More than 7,859,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [555]

On 4 September, a total of 488,963 confirmed cases were reported, including 480,994 recoveries and 3,826 deaths. More than 7,879,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [556]

On 5 September, a total of 490,926 confirmed cases were reported, including 482,993 recoveries and 3,837 deaths. More than 7,899,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [557]

On 6 September, a total of 492,399 confirmed cases were reported, including 484,112 recoveries and 3,847 deaths. More than 7,913,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [558]

On 7 September, a total of 493,818 confirmed cases were reported, including 485,248 recoveries and 3,859 deaths. More than 7,921,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [559]

On 8 September, a total of 495,578 confirmed cases were reported, including 486,734 recoveries and 3,871 deaths. More than 7,943,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [560]

On 9 September, a total of 497,420 confirmed cases were reported, including 488,341 recoveries and 3,882 deaths. More than 7,965,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [561]

On 10 September, a total of 499,279 confirmed cases were reported, including 489,870 recoveries and 3,893 deaths. More than 7,988,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [562]

On 11 September, a total of 501,166 confirmed cases were reported, including 491,410 recoveries and 3,905 deaths. More than 8,013,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [563]

On 12 September, a total of 503,073 confirmed cases were reported, including 493,053 recoveries and 3,917 deaths. More than 8,038,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [564]

On 13 September, a total of 504,961 confirmed cases were reported, including 494,446 recoveries and 3,929 deaths. More than 8,056,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [565]

On 14 September, a total of 506,591 confirmed cases were reported, including 495,561 recoveries and 3,941 deaths. More than 8,066,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [566]

On 15 September, a total of 508,514 confirmed cases were reported, including 497,066 recoveries and 3,953 deaths. More than 8,091,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [567]

On 16 September, a total of 510,481 confirmed cases were reported, including 498,655 recoveries and 3,966 deaths. More than 8,118,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [568]

On 17 September, a total of 512,460 confirmed cases were reported, including 500,051 recoveries and 3,978 deaths. More than 8,149,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [569]

On 18 September, a total of 514,446 confirmed cases were reported, including 501,659 recoveries and 3,991 deaths. More than 8,179,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [570]

On 19 September, a total of 516,428 confirmed cases were reported, including 503,266 recoveries and 4,004 deaths. More than 8,210,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [571]

On 20 September, a total of 518,369 confirmed cases were reported, including 504,561 recoveries and 4,016 deaths. More than 8,229,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [572]

On 21 September, a total of 520,286 confirmed cases were reported, including 505,923 recoveries and 4,028 deaths. More than 8,238,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [573]

On 22 September, a total of 522,275 confirmed cases were reported, including 507,413 recoveries and 4,041 deaths. More than 8,269,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [574]

On 23 September, a total of 524,248 confirmed cases were reported, including 508,936 recoveries and 4,054 deaths. More than 8,300,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [575]

On 24 September, a total of 526,242 confirmed cases were reported, including 510,304 recoveries and 4,066 deaths. More than 8,332,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [576]

On 25 September, a total of 528,229 confirmed cases were reported, including 511,666 recoveries and 4,081 deaths. More than 8,362,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [577]

On 26 September, a total of 530,203 confirmed cases were reported, including 513,295 recoveries and 4,092 deaths. More than 8,395,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [578]

On 27 September, a total of 532,149 confirmed cases were reported, including 514,561 recoveries and 4,102 deaths. More than 8,414,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [579]

On 28 September, a total of 534,104 confirmed cases were reported, including 516,030 recoveries and 4,114 deaths. More than 8,425,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [580]

On 29 September, a total of 536,097 confirmed cases were reported, including 517,325 recoveries and 4,129 deaths. More than 8,462,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [581]

On 30 September, a total of 538,086 confirmed cases were reported, including 518,715 recoveries and 4,143 deaths. More than 8,499,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [582]

October 2021

October 2021
On 1 October, a total of 540,079 confirmed cases were reported, including 520,024 recoveries and 4,159 deaths. More than 8,538,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [583]

On 2 October, a total of 542,077 confirmed cases were reported, including 521,362 recoveries and 4,174 deaths. More than 8,574,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [584]

On 3 October, a total of 543,976 confirmed cases were reported, including 522,886 recoveries and 4,188 deaths. More than 8,613,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [585]

On 4 October, a total of 545,848 confirmed cases were reported, including 523,837 recoveries and 4,200 deaths. More than 8,637,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [586]

On 5 October, a total of 547,826 confirmed cases were reported, including 525,144 recoveries and 4,212 deaths. More than 8,650,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [587]

On 6 October, a total of 549,817 confirmed cases were reported, including 526,648 recoveries and 4,228 deaths. More than 8,694,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [588]

On 7 October, a total of 551,800 confirmed cases were reported, including 528,208 recoveries and 4,243 deaths. More than 8,734,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [589]

On 8 October, a total of 553,795 confirmed cases were reported, including 529,853 recoveries and 4,259 deaths. More than 8,775,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [590]

On 9 October, a total of 555,793 confirmed cases were reported, including 531,186 recoveries and 4,275 deaths. More than 8,817,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [591]

On 10 October, a total of 557,772 confirmed cases were reported, including 533,121 recoveries and 4,289 deaths. More than 8,860,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [592]

On 11 October, a total of 559,715 confirmed cases were reported, including 534,256 recoveries and 4,304 deaths. More than 8,889,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [593]

On 12 October, a total of 561,753 confirmed cases were reported, including 535,790 recoveries and 4,319 deaths. More than 8,903,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [594]

On 13 October, a total of 563,813 confirmed cases were reported, including 537,527 recoveries and 4,336 deaths. More than 8,947,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [595]

On 14 October, a total of 565,865 confirmed cases were reported, including 539,252 recoveries and 4,353 deaths. More than 8,989,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [596]

On 15 October, a total of 567,938 confirmed cases were reported, including 541,155 recoveries and 4,369 deaths. More than 9,034,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [597]

On 16 October, a total of 570,006 confirmed cases were reported, including 543,072 recoveries and 4,386 deaths. More than 9,076,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [598]

On 17 October, a total of 571,987 confirmed cases were reported, including 545,245 recoveries and 4,402 deaths. More than 9,116,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [599]

On 18 October, a total of 573,943 confirmed cases were reported, including 546,415 recoveries and 4,417 deaths. More than 9,143,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [600]

On 19 October, a total of 575,856 confirmed cases were reported, including 547,949 recoveries and 4,432 deaths. More than 9,157,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [601]

On 20 October, a total of 577,932 confirmed cases were reported, including 550,100 recoveries and 4,449 deaths. More than 9,213,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [602]

On 21 October, a total of 580,029 confirmed cases were reported, including 552,415 recoveries and 4,466 deaths. More than 9,252,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [603]

On 22 October, a total of 582,111 confirmed cases were reported, including 554,449 recoveries and 4,482 deaths. More than 9,294,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [604]

On 23 October, a total of 584,190 confirmed cases were reported, including 556,496 recoveries and 4,499 deaths. More than 9,335,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [605]

On 24 October, a total of 586,234 confirmed cases were reported, including 558,850 recoveries and 4,515 deaths. More than 9,377,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [606]

On 25 October, a total of 588,231 confirmed cases were reported, including 560,343 recoveries and 4,530 deaths. More than 9,403,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [607]

On 26 October, a total of 590,226 confirmed cases were reported, including 562,091 recoveries and 4,546 deaths. More than 9,415,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [608]

On 27 October, a total of 592,224 confirmed cases were reported, including 564,660 recoveries and 4,563 deaths. More than 9,475,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [609]

On 28 October, a total of 594,203 confirmed cases were reported, including 567,058 recoveries and 4,580 deaths. More than 9,515,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [610]

On 29 October, a total of 596,191 confirmed cases were reported, including 569,188 recoveries and 4,596 deaths. More than 9,556,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [611]

On 30 October, a total of 598,183 confirmed cases were reported, including 571,346 recoveries and 4,614 deaths. More than 9,593,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [612]

On 31 October, a total of 600,168 confirmed cases were reported, including 573,994 recoveries and 4,631 deaths. More than 9,631,000 COVID-19 tests had been conducted in Belarus to date. [613]

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