Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020

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This article documents the chronology and epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2 in March 2020, the virus which causes the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic. The first human cases of COVID-19 were identified in Wuhan, Hubei, China, in December 2019.

Contents

Case statistics

Pandemic chronology

1 March

WHO Situation Report 41: [1]

Map of the WHO's regional offices and their respective operating regions.
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Africa; HQ: Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo
Western Pacific; HQ: Manila, Philippines
Eastern Mediterranean; HQ: Cairo, Egypt
South East Asia; HQ: New Delhi, India
Europe; HQ: Copenhagen, Denmark
Americas; HQ: Washington, D.C., US World Health Organisation regional offices.svg
Map of the WHO's regional offices and their respective operating regions.
  Africa; HQ: Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo
  Western Pacific; HQ: Manila, Philippines
  Eastern Mediterranean; HQ: Cairo, Egypt
  South East Asia; HQ: New Delhi, India
  Europe; HQ: Copenhagen, Denmark
  Americas; HQ: Washington, D.C., US

2 March

WHO Situation Report 42: [40]

3 March

WHO Situation Report 43: [79]

4 March

WHO Situation Report 44: [108]

5 March

WHO Situation Report 45: [133]

6 March

WHO Situation Report 46: [181]

7 March

WHO Situation Report 47: [231]

8 March

WHO Situation Report 48: [266]

9 March

WHO Situation Report 49: [311]

10 March

WHO Situation Report 50: [363]

11 March

WHO Situation Report 51: [435]

12 March

WHO Situation Report 52: [508]

13 March

WHO Situation Report 53: [548]

14 March

WHO Situation Report 54: [601]

15 March

WHO Situation Report 55: [643]

16 March

WHO Situation Report 56: [674]

17 March

WHO Situation Report 57: [712]

18 March

WHO Situation Report 58: [742]

19 March

WHO Situation Report 59: [779]

20 March

WHO Situation Report 60: [810]

21 March

WHO Situation Report 61: [836]

22 March

WHO Situation Report 62: [860]

23 March

WHO Situation Report 63: [884]

24 March

WHO Situation Report 64: [903]

25 March

WHO Situation Report 65: [927]

26 March

WHO Situation Report 66: [949]

27 March

WHO Situation Report 67: [962]

28 March

WHO Situation Report 68: [986]

29 March

WHO Situation Report 69: [999]

30 March

WHO Situation Report 70: [1015]

31 March

WHO Situation Report 71: [1030]

Summary

Timeline

The list of countries and territories that confirmed their first cases during the period of March 2020:

DateCountry or territory
1 MarchFlag of Armenia.svg ArmeniaFlag of the Czech Republic.svg CzechiaFlag of the Dominican Republic.svg Dominican RepublicFlag of Saint Barthelemy (local).svg Saint BarthélemyFlag of France.svg Saint Martin
2 MarchFlag of Andorra.svg AndorraFlag of Indonesia.svg IndonesiaFlag of Jordan.svg JordanFlag of Latvia.svg LatviaFlag of Morocco.svg MoroccoFlag of Portugal.svg PortugalFlag of Saudi Arabia.svg Saudi ArabiaFlag of Senegal.svg SenegalFlag of Tunisia.svg Tunisia
3 MarchFlag of Argentina.svg ArgentinaFlag of Chile.svg ChileFlag of Gibraltar.svg GibraltarFlag of Liechtenstein.svg LiechtensteinFlag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine
4 MarchFlag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe IslandsFlag of Hungary.svg HungaryFlag of Poland.svg PolandFlag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia
5 MarchFlag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia and HerzegovinaFlag of France.svg MartiniqueFlag of Palestine.svg PalestineFlag of South Africa.svg South Africa
6 MarchFlag of Bhutan.svg BhutanFlag of Cameroon.svg CameroonFlag of Colombia.svg ColombiaFlag of Costa Rica.svg Costa RicaFlag of Peru.svg PeruFlag of Serbia.svg SerbiaFlag of Slovakia.svg SlovakiaFlag of Togo.svg TogoFlag of the Vatican City.svg Vatican City
7 MarchFlag of Maldives.svg MaldivesFlag of Malta.svg MaltaFlag of Moldova.svg MoldovaFlag of Paraguay.svg Paraguay
8 MarchFlag of Albania.svg AlbaniaFlag of Bangladesh.svg BangladeshFlag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria
9 MarchFlag of Brunei.svg BruneiFlag of Cyprus.svg CyprusFlag of Guernsey.svg GuernseyFlag of Panama.svg Panama
10 MarchFlag of Bolivia.svg BoliviaFlag of Burkina Faso.svg Burkina FasoFlag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg DR CongoFlag of Jamaica.svg JamaicaFlag of Jersey.svg JerseyFlag of Mongolia.svg MongoliaFlag of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.svg Northern CyprusFlag of Turkey.svg Turkey
11 MarchFlag of Cuba.svg CubaFlag of French Polynesia.svg French PolynesiaFlag of Honduras.svg HondurasFlag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Ivory CoastFlag of France.svg Réunion
12 MarchFlag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.svg Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesFlag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg Trinidad and Tobago
13 MarchFlag of Antigua and Barbuda.svg Antigua and BarbudaFlag of Aruba.svg ArubaFlag of the Cayman Islands.svg Cayman IslandsFlag of Curacao.svg CuraçaoFlag of Ethiopia.svg EthiopiaFlag of Gabon.svg GabonFlag of Ghana.svg GhanaFlag of France.svg GuadeloupeFlag of Guatemala.svg GuatemalaFlag of Guinea.svg GuineaFlag of Kazakhstan.svg KazakhstanFlag of Kenya.svg KenyaFlag of Kosovo.svg KosovoFlag of Puerto Rico.svg Puerto RicoFlag of Saint Lucia.svg Saint LuciaFlag of Sudan.svg SudanFlag of Suriname.svg SurinameFlag of the United States Virgin Islands.svg U.S. Virgin IslandsFlag of Uruguay.svg UruguayFlag of Venezuela.svg Venezuela
14 MarchFlag of the Central African Republic.svg Central African RepublicFlag of the Republic of the Congo.svg CongoFlag of Equatorial Guinea.svg Equatorial GuineaFlag of Eswatini.svg EswatiniFlag of Mauritania.svg MauritaniaFlag of France.svg MayotteFlag of Namibia.svg NamibiaFlag of Rwanda.svg RwandaFlag of the Seychelles.svg Seychelles
15 MarchFlag of the United Kingdom.svg Akrotiri and DhekeliaFlag of the Bahamas.svg BahamasFlag of Guam.svg GuamFlag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan
16 MarchFlag of Benin.svg BeninFlag of Greenland.svg GreenlandFlag of Liberia.svg LiberiaFlag of Somalia.svg SomaliaFlag of Tanzania.svg Tanzania
17 MarchFlag of Barbados.svg BarbadosFlag of The Gambia.svg GambiaFlag of Montenegro.svg MontenegroFlag of Sint Maarten.svg Sint Maarten
18 MarchFlag of Bermuda.svg BermudaFlag of Djibouti.svg DjiboutiFlag of El Salvador.svg El SalvadorFlag of Kyrgyzstan.svg KyrgyzstanFlag of Mauritius.svg MauritiusFlag of Montserrat.svg MontserratFlag of FLNKS.svg New CaledoniaFlag of Nicaragua.svg NicaraguaFlag of Zambia.svg Zambia
19 MarchFlag of Angola.svg AngolaFlag of Chad.svg ChadFlag of Fiji.svg FijiFlag of Haiti.svg HaitiFlag of the Isle of Man.svg Isle of ManFlag of Niger.svg Niger
20 MarchFlag of Cape Verde.svg Cape VerdeFlag of East Timor.svg East TimorFlag of Madagascar.svg MadagascarFlag of Papua New Guinea.svg Papua New GuineaFlag of Uganda.svg UgandaFlag of Zimbabwe.svg Zimbabwe
21 MarchFlag of Aland.svg Åland IslandsFlag of Eritrea.svg EritreaFlag of Transnistria.svg Transnistria
22 MarchFlag of Dominica.svg DominicaFlag of Grenada.svg GrenadaFlag of Mozambique.svg MozambiqueFlag of Syria.svg Syria
23 MarchFlag of Belize.svg BelizeFlag of Myanmar.svg MyanmarFlag of the Turks and Caicos Islands.svg Turks and Caicos Islands
24 MarchFlag of Laos.svg LaosFlag of Libya.svg Libya
25 MarchFlag of the British Virgin Islands.svg British Virgin IslandsFlag of Guinea-Bissau.svg Guinea-BissauFlag of Mali.svg MaliFlag of Saint Kitts and Nevis.svg Saint Kitts and Nevis
26 MarchFlag of Anguilla.svg Anguilla
29 MarchFlag of the Northern Mariana Islands.svg Northern Mariana Islands
30 MarchFlag of Botswana.svg Botswana
31 MarchFlag of Burundi.svg BurundiFlag of Sierra Leone.svg Sierra LeoneFlag of Sint Eustatius.svg Sint EustatiusFlag of Somaliland.svg Somaliland

By the end of March, only the following countries and territories have not reported any cases of SARS-CoV-2 infections:

Africa

  • Flag of the Comoros.svg Comoros
  • Flag of Lesotho.svg Lesotho
  • Flag of Malawi.svg Malawi
  • Flag of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.svg Sahrawi Republic
  • Flag of Saint Helena.svgThe Flag of Ascension Island.svgFlag of Tristan da Cunha.svg Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
  • Flag of Sao Tome and Principe.svg São Tomé and Príncipe
  • Flag of South Sudan.svg South Sudan

Asia

  • Flag of Christmas Island.svg Christmas Island
  • Flag of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands.svg Cocos (Keeling) Islands
  • Flag of North Korea.svg North Korea
  • Flag of Tajikistan.svg Tajikistan
  • Flag of Turkmenistan.svg Turkmenistan
  • Flag of Yemen.svg Yemen

Europe

  • Flag of the Republic of Abkhazia.svg Abkhazia
  • Flag of Artsakh.svg Artsakh
  • Flag of South Ossetia.svg South Ossetia
  • Flag of Norway.svg Svalbard

North America and the Caribbean

  • Flag of Bonaire.svg Bonaire
  • Flag of Saba.svg Saba
  • Flag of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon.svg Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Oceania

  • Flag of American Samoa.svg American Samoa
  • Flag of the Cook Islands.svg Cook Islands
  • Flag of Kiribati.svg Kiribati
  • Flag of the Marshall Islands.svg Marshall Islands
  • Flag of Federated States of Micronesia.svg Micronesia
  • Flag of Nauru.svg Nauru
  • Flag of Niue.svg Niue
  • Flag of Norfolk Island.svg Norfolk Island
  • Flag of Palau.svg Palau
  • Flag of the Pitcairn Islands.svg Pitcairn Islands
  • Flag of Samoa.svg Samoa
  • Flag of the Solomon Islands.svg Solomon Islands
  • Flag of Tokelau.svg Tokelau
  • Flag of Tonga.svg Tonga
  • Flag of Tuvalu.svg Tuvalu
  • Flag of Vanuatu.svg Vanuatu
  • Flag of Wallis and Futuna.svg Wallis and Futuna

South America

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