COVID-19 Cases in ASEAN – Regular Updates by Country
(This article will be updated continuously. It was originally published on January 28, 2020. It was last updated on April 5, 2022)
Note that from January 2022 we will be reducing this facility as most countries we cover have now received two-vaccine supplies and local and WHO coverage has improved. We will continue to provide some updates but not to the extent of previous coverage. For specific daily country data, we recommend the WHO tracker here.
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ASEAN coronavirus updates (regular updates by country)
- Brunei saw 400 new cases on April 4, taking the total to 136,374 cases amid 213 deaths.
- Brunei recorded 544 new cases on April 3, bringing the tallies to 135,974 cases amid 213 deaths.
- Brunei reported 515 new cases and three deaths on April 2, taking the totals to 135,430 cases and 213 deaths.
- Cambodia saw 35 new cases on April 4, bringing the total to 135,782 cases amid 3,054 deaths.
- Cambodia saw 33 new cases on April 3, taking the total to 135,747 cases amid 3,054 deaths.
- Cambodia reported 32 new cases on April 2, bringing the total to 135,714 cases amid 3,054 deaths.
- Indonesia reported 1,661 new cases and 61 deaths on April 4, bringing the tallies to 6,021,642 cases and 155,349 deaths.
- Indonesia recorded 1,933 new cases and 47 deaths on April 3, taking the totals to 6,019,981 cases and 155,288 deaths.
- Indonesia saw 2,300 new cases and 77 deaths on April 2, bringing the tallies to 6,018,048 cases and 155,241 deaths.
- Laos saw 1,038 new cases and three deaths on April 4, taking the totals to 184,598 cases and 682 deaths.
- Laos recorded 1,593 new cases and six deaths on April 3, bringing the tallies to 183,560 cases and 679 deaths.
- Laos reported 2,404 new cases and four deaths on April 2, taking the totals to 181,967 cases and 673 deaths.
- Malaysia reported 12,380 new cases and 30 deaths on April 3, bringing the tallies to 4,246,467 cases and 35,099 deaths.
- Malaysia recorded 14,692 new cases and 56 deaths on April 2, taking the totals to 4,234,087 cases and 35,069 deaths.
- Malaysia saw 17,476 new cases and 30 deaths on April 1, bringing the tallies to 4,219,395 cases and 35,013 deaths.
- Myanmar recorded 66 new cases and one death on April 3, taking the total to 611,875 cases and 19,433 deaths.
- Myanmar reported 135 new cases and one death on April 2, bringing the total to 611,587 cases amid 19,432 deaths.
- Myanmar saw 87 new cases and one death on April 1, taking the total to 611,674 cases amid 19,431 deaths.
- The Philippines reported 276 new cases and 22 deaths on April 4, taking the totals to 3,679,761 cases and 59,365 deaths.
- The Philippines saw 690 new cases and 19 deaths on April 3, bringing the tallies to 3,679,629 cases and 59,343 deaths.
- The Philippines recorded 373 new cases and 26 deaths on April 2, taking the totals to 3,678,968 cases and 59,324 deaths.
- Singapore recorded 3,743 new cases and four deaths on April 3, taking the totals to 1,109,744 cases and 1,276 deaths.
- Singapore saw 4,563 new cases and two deaths on April 2, bringing the tallies to 1,106,001 cases and 1,272 deaths.
- Singapore reported 5,010 new cases and two deaths on April 1, taking the totals to 1,101,438 cases and 1,270 deaths.
- Thailand saw 24,892 new cases and 97 deaths on April 4, taking the totals to 3,736,487 cases and 25,515 deaths.
- Thailand recorded 26,840 new cases and 97 deaths on April 3, bringing the tallies to 3,711,595 cases and 25,418 deaths.
- Thailand reported 28,029 new cases and 96 deaths on April 2, taking the totals to 3,684,755 cases and 25,321 deaths.
- Vietnam recorded 48,717 new cases and 42 deaths on April 4, taking the tallies to 9,867,045 cases and 42,642 deaths.
- Vietnam reported 50,730 new cases and 37 deaths on April 3, bringing the totals to 9,818,328 cases and 42,600 deaths.
- Vietnam saw 65,619 new cases and 37 deaths on April 2, taking the tallies to 9,716,282 cases and 42,563 deaths.
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