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‘Project Runway’ Switches Production Companies (Exclusive)

“Project Runway” is switching production companies, with Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz’s new venture, Alfred Street Industries, taking over for their former company, Magical Elves, TheWrap has learned exclusively.
The fashion competition ended its 18th season…

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Tuilagi joins Sale with Dubliner Reid set for move to France

Manu Tuilagi has ensured that he will remain firmly in contention for next year’s Lions tour after the England centre joined Sale Sharks.

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Manu Tuilagi has ensured that he will remain firmly in contention for next year’s Lions tour after the England centre joined Sale Sharks.
A week after Sale director of rugby Steve Diamond claimed that the club had not spoken with Tuilagi, who left Leicester Tigers after refusing to take a pay cut, the 29-year-old has linked up with his former club’s Premiership rivals.
Tuilagi has signed for Sale until the end of next season, ensuring he will still be available for international selection, including next summer’s Lions tour to South Africa.
The powerhouse centre was one of several Leicester players, including former Leinster and Ireland back Noel Reid, who left the club in bitter fashion.
Reid is expected to join Top 14 strugglers Agen as the Dubliner looks to revive his career.
Tuilagi will add further firepower to a Sale side who are making huge strides towards becoming Premiership champions.
“We contacted Manu’s agent and Leicester Tigers last week to discuss the player’s current position,” Diamond said.
“After discussions on Friday, all parties – Leicester Tigers, Manu Tuilagi and Sale Sharks – agreed that the player was a free agent and was able to enter into negotiations with another club.
“Manu will be a fantastic commercial and playing addition to our squad and I am looking forward to seeing him join up with the lads at Carrington this week.”
Meanwhile, Georgia are being tipped to be part of an end-of-year eight-team tournament which would include Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, France, Italy and Fiji.
Previous reports suggested Japan would be included, but due to concerns around travel restrictions Georgia may be favoured instead.
World Rugby are still working to finalise fixtures for the remainder of the year with Ireland expected to complete this year’s Six Nations with games against Italy and France over the last two weekends in October before a potential one-off tournament, which would replace the November Tests.
Elsewhere, Leinster are currently on a two-week break, but Connacht, Munster and Ulster are continuing their preparations ahead of the PRO14 restart on the weekend of August 22 – the fixtures for which are due to announced soon.
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‘Space Force’: Why Is General Naird’s Wife Maggie in Prison?

(This article contains some spoilers for the first season of “Space Force” on Netflix)
“Space Force,” the new comedy series from Steve Carell and “The Office” creator Greg Daniels, has a gag that isn’t really a gag. It’s more like an anti-gag. A non-gag. A ga…

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(This article contains some spoilers for the first season of “Space Force” on Netflix)
“Space Force,” the new comedy series from Steve Carell and “The Office” creator Greg Daniels, has a gag that isn’t really a gag. It’s more like an anti-gag. A non-gag. A gag by omission. There’s a key bit of information that’s missing, and it’s driving viewers crazy.
What we’re talking about here, of course, is the situation with Maggie Naird (Lisa Kudrow), who spends almost the entirety of season 1 in prison. But the weird thing about that is that “Space Force” never establishes what she did to end up there. We just get only the vaguest references. At one point, General Mark Naird (Steve Carell) says that Maggie committed a “very serious crime.” On several occasions the characters mention that she’ll be locked up for at least 40 years, and one time it’s specified that her sentence is 40-60 years.
But nobody ever says what Maggie actually did. It’s not presented as a mystery, since it’s not necessarily important to the plot to know what her crime was. It’s just this strange information gap that never gets filled.
Also Read:’Space Force’: How Will Season 2 Handle Those Big Cliffhangers?
So we asked “Space Force” co-creator Greg Daniels about it.
“At the moment, we’re kind of enjoying the mystery around it and the question marks that it raises. It causes you to lean in because we’re dropping little hints about what it is and how serious it was. So we’re enjoying not being specific at the moment. You didn’t miss anything. It’s not in there,” Daniels told The Wrap.
“It was pretty serious, clearly.”
So let’s examine the clues, which are very scarce. Obviously, we’ve got the stuff mentioned about — the 40-60 year sentence, Naird saying the crime was “very serious.” Beyond that, there’s just about nothing to go on.
The first episode contains a time jump of about a year, and the crime, or at least the trial, occurred during that gap. You’ll recall that Maggie was not in prison at the beginning of the premiere episode. But from there her imprisonment is basically just a fact of life, and there isn’t even any kind of discussion about the crime.
Also Read:Why Netflix’s ‘Space Force’ Never Mentions Trump by Name
But we have a few clues nonetheless. The first is that lengthy prison sentence, which is way too long to be something mundane. The second is that whatever she did wasn’t so serious that Naird was fired or forced to resign from his post at Space Force — though considering that “Space Force” is a comedy there’s probably more leeway here than there would be in real life.
Generally speaking, a sentence like that comes with a conviction for murder, sex crimes, or high-volume drug trafficking. But “Space Force,” which is at its heart a light comedy, is not the type of show that would go in either of those directions. But if we look at U.S. sentencing guidelines we can see other possibilities. Possibilities that could make for funny jokes.
While a prison sentence of 40-60 years is pretty much as high as the American criminal justice system goes before a life sentence, there are crimes that can earn that sort of sentence that could work as a gag. Per U.S. sentencing guidelines, there are two items that we think could fit that bill: piracy and kidnapping.
Also Read:Summer TV 2020: Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Photos)
While we typically think of piracy as a water thing, right now we’re looking more at air piracy. For example, perhaps Maggie, distraught about having to move from D.C. to Colorado as her husband takes over the new Space Force, had a breakdown on the flight out and tried to hijack the plane to force it to return to D.C. Really, Maggie would be around aircraft of all kinds so often that there are any number of situations we could imagine for a piracy charge.
But realistically, whatever the crime is, it’s likely the end up being the result of some kind of misunderstanding rather than something that would make us dislike Maggie. And honestly, the way Carell said “very serious crime” came off like he was trying to hide that it was actually something stupid and embarrassing instead of legitimately serious.
And hey, maybe that line of thought is why we don’t find out what Maggie did this season. Maybe they had planned to tell us, but the crime didn’t quite fit the tone of the show so they cut it.
Or maybe it’s just that the lack of an explanation is itself the gag and we’ll never actually find out what she did at any point before “Space Force” wraps up for good. Which would be pretty funny.

  • Summer is here and with everyone staying at home as much as possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we’re imagining your plans for this July and August have more to do with TV listings than they did in years past. Luckily, dozens of new and returning shows are premiering this summer, even though there are fewer than usual, due to pandemic-forced production shutdowns. But the list still includes some big titles like “The Twilight Zone” and “The Umbrella Academy,” plus original shows for new streaming services HBO Max and Peacock. Click through TheWrap’s gallery to see which series will be premiering this summer and when.
    Also Read:Fall TV 2020: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)
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  • Series:  Perry Mason   Net: HBO    Premiere Date: Sunday, June 21    Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series: Yellowstone    Net: Paramount Network    PremiereDate: Sunday, June 21    Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  “B90 Strikes Back!”    Net:  TLC     Premiere Date:  Monday, June 22      Time: 8 p.m.
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  • Series:  Greenleaf   Net: OWN    Premiere Date: Tuesday, June 23    Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Celebrity Show-Off”    Net:  TBS   Premiere Date:  Tuesday, June 23    Time: 10 p.m.
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  • Series:  Doom Patrol    Net: HBO Max/DC Universe    Premiere Date: Thursday, June 25    
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  • Series:  Search Party    Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date: Thursday, June 25  
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  • Series:  The Twilight Zone    Net: CBS All Access    Premiere Date: Thursday, June 25   
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  • Series:  “Dark”     Net:   Netflix    Premiere Date:  Saturday, June 27     
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  • Series:  Black Monday   Net: Showtime    Premiere Date:   Sunday, June 28  Time: 8 p.m.
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  • Series:  Ill Be Gone in the Dark    Net: HBO    Premiere Date:  Sunday, June 28   Time: 10 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Unsolved Mysteries”    Net: Netflix     Premiere Date: Wednesday, July 1     
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  • Series:  Marriage Boot Camp    Net: We TV    Premiere Date: Thursday, July 2    Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Carl Weber’s The Family Business”    Net:  BET+        Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 2        Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  The Baby-Sitters Club    Net: Netflix    Premiere Date: Friday, July 3    
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  • Series:  Hanna    Net: Amazon Prime Video    Premiere Date:  Friday, July 3  
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  • Series:  Outcry    Net: Showtime    Premiere Date: Sunday, July 5     Time: 10 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Stateless”      Net:  Netflix       Premiere Date:  Wednesday, July 8     
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  • Series:  Tough as Nails    Net: CBS    Premiere Date: Wednesday, July 8     Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  Close Enough    Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 9    
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  • Series:  Expecting Amy   Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 9     
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  • Series:  “Cannonball”    Net:  USA        Premiere Date:   Thursday, July 9       Time: 8 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Chrisley Knows Best”    Net:  USA     Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 9        Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  Greatness Code    Net: Apple TV+    Premiere Date:    Friday, July 10   
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  • Series:  “Little Voice”    Net: Apple TV+    Premiere Date:    Friday, July 10    
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  • Series:  P-Valley    Net: Starz    Premiere Date: Sunday, July 12     Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  Brave New World    Net: Peacock    PremiereDate:     Wednesday, July 15   
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  • Series:  The Capture    Net: Peacock    PremiereDate:   Wednesday, July 15   
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  • Series:  In Deep With Ryan Lochte    Net: Peacock     Premiere Date:  Wednesday, July 15    Time: N/A
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  • Series:  Intelligence    Net: Peacock    Premiere Date: Wednesday, July 15  
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  • Series:  “Married at First Sight”    Net:  Lifetime       Premiere Date:  Wednesday, July 15         Time:  8 p.m.
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  • Series:  “United We Fall”    Net:  ABC        Premiere Date:  Wednesday, July 15        Time: 8 p.m.
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  • Series:  The House of Ho  Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date:   Thursday, July 16  
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  • Series:  “Killer Camp”    Net:   The CW       Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 16        Time:  8 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Absentia”    Net:  Amazon Prime Video        Premiere Date:  Friday, July 17     
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  • Series:  “The Alienist: Angel of Darkness”    Net:  TNT     Premiere Date: Sunday, July 19    Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  Room 104     Net: HBO     Premiere Date:     Friday, July 24    Time: 11 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Helter Skelter: An American Myth   Net:  Epix       Premiere Date:   Sunday, July 26       Time: 10 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Last Chance U”    Net:   Netflix       Premiere Date:  Tuesday, July 28    
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  • Series:  The Dog House”   Net: HBO Max     Premiere Date: Thursday, July 30    
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  • Series:  “Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy”    Net:   Netflix       Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 30      
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  • Series:   The Frayed   Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 30   
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  • Series:  Muppets Now     Net: Disney+     Premiere Date: Friday, July 31     
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  • Series:  The Umbrella Academy     Net: Netflix     PremiereDate: Friday, July 31  
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  • Series:  “Real Housewives of Potomac”    Net: Bravo         Premiere Date:  Sunday, Aug. 2        Time: 8 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Taskmaster”    Net: The CW         Premiere Date:  Sunday, Aug. 2        Time: 8 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Fridge Wars”    Net:  The CW        Premiere Date:   Sunday, Aug. 2       Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Coroner”    Net:  The CW       Premiere Date:  Wednesday, Aug. 5        Time: 9 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Hard Knocks”    Net: HBO         Premiere Date: Tuesday, Aug. 11         Time: 10 p.m.
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  • Series:  “Dead Pixels”    Net: The CW       Premiere Date:  Tuesday, Aug. 18        Time: 8 p.m.
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Summer is here and with everyone staying at home as much as possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we’re imagining your plans for this July and August have more to do with TV listings than they did in years past. Luckily, dozens of new and returning shows are premiering this summer, even though there are fewer than usual, due to pandemic-forced production shutdowns. But the list still includes some big titles like “The Twilight Zone” and “The Umbrella Academy,” plus original shows for new streaming services HBO Max and Peacock. Click through TheWrap’s gallery to see which series will be premiering this summer and when.
Also Read:Fall TV 2020: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)

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Pandemia no mundo | OMS registra 566 mil mortes e 12,7 mi de casos

O relatório mais recente da OMS (Organização Mundial da Saúde) indicou que o número de mortes causadas pelo novo coronavírus ao redor do mundo subiu para 566.654. Os dados foram compilados com informações recebidas pela organização até as 5h (de Brasília)

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O relatório mais recente da OMS (Organização Mundial da Saúde) indicou que o número de mortes causadas pelo novo coronavírus ao redor do mundo subiu para 566.654. Os dados foram compilados com informações recebidas pela organização até as 5h (de Brasília) do dia 13 de julho. Houve um aumento de 5.037 mortes em relação às informações divulgadas ontem.
A quantidade de casos de covid-19 confirmados oficialmente aumentou para 12.768.307, sendo mais de 215 mil novos diagnósticos da doença. Os dados podem estar defasados em relação aos últimos levantamentos divulgados individualmente pelos países, pois foram fechados no começo do dia.
Consideradas as informações disponíveis, a taxa global de mortalidade dos casos confirmados de coronavírus é de 4,4%.
No período registrado pela OMS, os três países onde houve maior número de novos casos foram Estados Unidos (62.369), Brasil (39.023) e Índia (28.701). Neste mesmo intervalo de tempo, Brasil (1.071), Estados Unidos (906) e México (539) foram os que registraram o maior número de novas mortes.
Os casos confirmados estão distribuídos da seguinte maneira:
Américas: 6.669.879 (52,23%)Europa*: 2.925.686 (22,91%)Região do Leste Mediterrâneo**: 1.286.651 (10,07%)Região Africana***: 477.575 (3,74%)Sudeste Asiático: 1.163.556 (9,11%)Região do Oeste Pacífico****: 244.219 (1,91%)Outros: 741 (0,00%)
*Israel e ex-repúblicas soviéticas, como Cazaquistão, fazem parte da conta.**Inclui países do Norte e Chifre da África, de Marrocos à Somália.***Considera todo o restante da África.****Onde estão China, Coreia do Sul, Japão, Austrália, entre outros.
A seguir, a lista de todos os países com casos do novo coronavírus:

  1. Estados Unidos – 3.225.950 casos, 134.392 mortes
  2. Brasil – 1.839.850 casos, 71.469 mortes
  3. Índia – 878.254 casos, 23.174 mortes
  4. Rússia – 733.699 casos, 11.439 mortes
  5. Peru – 322.710 casos, 11.682 mortes
  6. Chile – 315.041 casos, 6.979 mortes
  7. México – 295.268 casos, 34.730 mortes
  8. Reino Unido – 289.607 casos, 44.819 mortes
  9. África do Sul – 276.242 casos, 4.079 mortes
  10. Irã – 257.303 casos, 12.829 mortes
  11. Espanha – 253.908 casos, 28.403 mortes
  12. Paquistão – 251.625 casos, 5.266 mortes
  13. Itália – 243.061 casos, 34.954 mortes
  14. Arábia Saudita – 232.259 casos, 2.223 mortes
  15. Turquia – 212.993 casos, 5.363 mortes
  16. Alemanha – 198.963 casos, 9.064 mortes
  17. Bangladesh – 183.795 casos, 2.352 mortes
  18. França – 161.275 casos, 29.907 mortes
  19. Colômbia – 145.362 casos, 5.119 mortes
  20. Canadá – 107.347 casos, 8.773 mortes
  21. Catar – 103.598 casos, 147 mortes
  22. Argentina – 97.509 casos, 1.818 mortes
  23. China – 85.568 casos, 4.648 mortes
  24. Egito – 82.070 casos, 3.858 mortes
  25. Iraque – 77.506 casos, 3.150 mortes
  26. Indonésia – 75.699 casos, 3.606 mortes
  27. Suécia – 74.898 casos, 5.526 mortes
  28. Equador – 67.870 casos, 5.047 mortes
  29. Bielorrússia – 64.932 casos, 464 mortes
  30. Bélgica – 62.707 casos, 9.782 mortes
  31. Cazaquistão – 59.899 casos, 375 mortes
  32. Filipinas – 56.259 casos, 1.534 mortes
  33. Omã – 56.015 casos, 257 mortes
  34. Kuwait – 54.894 casos, 390 mortes
  35. Emirados Árabes Unidos – 54.854 casos, 333 mortes
  36. Ucrânia – 54.133 casos, 1.398 mortes
  37. Países Baixos – 50.967 casos, 6.128 mortes
  38. Bolívia – 47.200 casos, 1.754 mortes
  39. Portugal – 46.512 casos, 1.660 mortes
  40. Singapura – 45.961 casos, 26 mortes
  41. República Dominicana – 44.532 casos, 897 mortes
  42. Panamá – 44.332 casos, 893 mortes
  43. Israel – 38.015 casos, 357 mortes
  44. Polônia – 37.891 casos, 1.571 mortes
  45. Afeganistão – 34.451 casos, 1.010 mortes
  46. Bahrein – 32.941 casos, 108 mortes
  47. Suíça – 32.713 casos, 1.685 mortes
  48. Nigéria – 32.558 casos, 740 mortes
  49. Romênia – 32.535 casos, 1.884 mortes
  50. Armênia – 32.151 casos, 573 mortes
  51. Guatemala – 28.598 casos, 1.172 mortes
  52. Honduras – 27.583 casos, 771 mortes
  53. Irlanda – 25.628 casos, 1.746 mortes
  54. Gana – 24.518 casos, 139 mortes
  55. Azerbaijão – 24.041 casos, 306 mortes
  56. Japão – 21.868 casos, 982 mortes
  57. Moldávia – 19.382 casos, 642 mortes
  58. Argélia – 19.195 casos, 1.011 mortes
  59. Áustria – 18.847 casos, 708 mortes
  60. Sérvia – 18.360 casos, 393 mortes
  61. Nepal – 16.801 casos, 38 mortes
  62. Marrocos – 15.745 casos, 250 mortes
  63. Camarões – 15.173 casos, 359 mortes
  64. Coreia do Sul – 13.479 casos, 289 mortes
  65. Uzbequistão – 13.193 casos, 61 mortes
  66. Tchéquia – 13.174 casos, 352 mortes
  67. Dinamarca – 12.946 casos, 609 mortes
  68. Costa do Marfim – 12.766 casos, 84 mortes
  69. Quirguistão – 11.117 casos, 147 mortes
  70. Sudão – 10.250 casos, 650 mortes
  71. Quênia – 10.105 casos, 185 mortes
  72. Austrália – 9.797 casos, 108 mortes
  73. El Salvador – 9.674 casos, 260 mortes
  74. Porto Rico – 9.654 casos, 167 mortes
  75. Venezuela – 9.178 casos, 85 mortes
  76. Noruega – 8.965 casos, 252 mortes
  77. Malásia – 8.718 casos, 122 mortes
  78. Senegal – 8.135 casos, 148 mortes
  79. Macedônia do Norte – 8.111 casos, 382 mortes
  80. República Democrática do Congo – 8.032 casos, 188 mortes
  81. Etiópia – 7.766 casos, 128 mortes
  82. Bulgária – 7.525 casos, 268 mortes
  83. Finlândia – 7.294 casos, 329 mortes
  84. Costa Rica – 7.231 casos, 28 mortes
  85. Territórios palestinos – 7.037 casos, 39 mortes
  86. Bósnia e Herzegovina – 6.884 casos, 220 mortes
  87. Haiti – 6.690 casos, 139 mortes
  88. Tajiquistão – 6.551 casos, 55 mortes
  89. Guiné – 6.141 casos, 37 mortes
  90. Guiana Francesa – 5.949 casos, 26 mortes
  91. Gabão – 5.942 casos, 46 mortes
  92. Mauritânia – 5.275 casos, 147 mortes
  93. Djibouti – 4.972 casos, 56 mortes
  94. Luxemburgo – 4.925 casos, 111 mortes
  95. Kosovo – 4.888 casos, 92 mortes
  96. Madagascar – 4.867 casos, 35 mortes
  97. República Centro-Africana – 4.288 casos, 53 mortes
  98. Hungria – 4.234 casos, 595 mortes
  99. Grécia – 3.803 casos, 193 mortes
  100. Croácia – 3.722 casos, 119 mortes
  101. Albânia – 3.571 casos, 95 mortes
  102. Tailândia – 3.220 casos, 58 mortes
  103. Somália – 3.059 casos, 93 mortes
  104. Paraguai – 2.820 casos, 21 mortes
  105. Maldivas – 2.731 casos, 13 mortes
  106. Mayotte – 2.711 casos, 40 mortes
  107. Sri Lanka – 2.617 casos, 11 mortes
  108. Cuba – 2.426 casos, 87 mortes
  109. Mali – 2.411 casos, 121 mortes
  110. Nicarágua – 2.411 casos, 91 mortes
  111. Malawi – 2.364 casos, 38 mortes
  112. Líbano – 2.334 casos, 36 mortes
  113. Sudão do Sul – 2.148 casos, 41 mortes
  114. Congo – 2.103 casos, 47 mortes
  115. Estônia – 2.014 casos, 69 mortes
  116. Eslováquia – 1.901 casos, 28 mortes
  117. Islândia – 1.896 casos, 10 mortes
  118. Zâmbia – 1.895 casos, 42 mortes
  119. Lituânia – 1.869 casos, 79 mortes
  120. Guiné-Bissau – 1.842 casos, 25 mortes
  121. Eslovênia – 1.841 casos, 111 mortes
  122. Cabo Verde – 1.698 casos, 19 mortes
  123. Serra Leoa – 1.635 casos, 63 mortes
  124. Iêmen – 1.469 casos, 418 mortes
  125. Líbia – 1.433 casos, 39 mortes
  126. Benin – 1.378 casos, 26 mortes
  127. Suazilândia – 1.351 casos, 20 mortes
  128. Ruanda – 1.337 casos, 4 mortes
  129. Tunísia – 1.263 casos, 50 mortes
  130. Montenegro – 1.221 casos, 23 mortes
  131. Nova Zelândia – 1.194 casos, 22 mortes
  132. Jordânia – 1.179 casos, 10 mortes
  133. Letônia – 1.173 casos, 30 mortes
  134. Moçambique – 1.157 casos, 9 mortes
  135. Níger – 1.099 casos, 68 mortes
  136. Guiné Equatorial – 1.043 casos, 12 mortes
  137. Burkina Faso – 1.033 casos, 53 mortes
  138. Uganda – 1.025 casos, 0 mortes
  139. Chipre – 1.021 casos, 19 mortes
  140. Libéria – 1.010 casos, 51 mortes
  141. Geórgia – 995 casos, 15 mortes
  142. Uruguai – 986 casos, 30 mortes
  143. Zimbábue – 985 casos, 18 mortes
  144. Chade – 880 casos, 75 mortes
  145. Andorra – 855 casos, 52 mortes
  146. Namíbia – 785 casos, 1 morte
  147. Jamaica – 758 casos, 10 mortes
  148. Suriname – 741 casos, 18 mortes
  149. Togo – 720 casos, 15 mortes
  150. San Marino – 716 casos, 42 mortes
  151. Malta – 674 casos, 9 mortes
  152. Ilha da Reunião – 593 casos, 3 mortes
  153. Tanzânia – 509 casos, 21 mortes
  154. Angola – 506 casos, 26 mortes
  155. São Tomé e Príncipe – 409 casos, 12 mortes
  156. Botsuana – 399 casos, 1 morte
  157. Síria – 394 casos, 16 mortes
  158. Vietnã – 372 casos, 0 mortes
  159. Ilhas Maurício – 342 casos, 10 mortes
  160. Ilha de Man – 336 casos, 24 mortes
  161. Mianmar – 331 casos, 6 mortes
  162. Jersey – 325 casos, 31 mortes
  163. Comores – 317 casos, 7 mortes
  164. Guam – 304 casos, 5 mortes
  165. Guiana – 291 casos, 17 mortes
  166. Burundi – 258 casos, 1 morte
  167. Martinica – 255 casos, 15 mortes
  168. Guernsey – 252 casos, 13 mortes
  169. Lesoto – 233 casos, 2 mortes
  170. Eritreia – 232 casos, 0 mortes
  171. Mongólia – 230 casos, 0 mortes
  172. Ilhas Cayman – 201 casos, 1 morte
  173. Guadalupe – 190 casos, 14 mortes
  174. Ilhas Faroé – 188 casos, 0 mortes
  175. Ilhas Virgens Americanas – 181 casos, 6 mortes
  176. Gibraltar – 180 casos, 0 mortes
  177. Camboja – 156 casos, 0 mortes
  178. Bermudas – 150 casos, 9 mortes
  179. Brunei Darussalam – 141 casos, 3 mortes
  180. Trindade e Tobago – 133 casos, 8 mortes
  181. Bahamas – 111 casos, 11 mortes
  182. Aruba – 105 casos, 3 mortes
  183. Barbados – 103 casos, 7 mortes
  184. Seychelles – 100 casos, 0 mortes
  185. Mônaco – 99 casos, 1 morte
  186. Liechtenstein – 85 casos, 1 morte
  187. Butão – 84 casos, 0 mortes
  188. São Martinho (Holanda) – 78 casos, 15 mortes
  189. Antígua e Barbuda – 74 casos, 3 mortes
  190. Ilhas Turcas e Caicos – 71 casos, 2 mortes
  191. Gâmbia – 64 casos, 3 mortes
  192. Polinésia Francesa – 62 casos, 0 mortes
  193. São Martinho (França) – 44 casos, 3 mortes
  194. Belize – 37 casos, 2 mortes
  195. Northern Mariana Islands – 33 casos, 2 mortes
  196. São Vicente e Granadinas – 29 casos, 0 mortes
  197. Fiji – 26 casos, 0 mortes
  198. Curaçao – 25 casos, 1 morte
  199. Timor-Leste – 24 casos, 0 mortes
  200. Granada – 23 casos, 0 mortes
  201. Santa Lúcia – 22 casos, 0 mortes
  202. (Commonwealth of the) New Caledonia – 21 casos, 0 mortes
  203. Laos – 19 casos, 0 mortes
  204. Dominica – 18 casos, 0 mortes
  205. São Cristóvão e Névis – 17 casos, 0 mortes
  206. Groenlândia – 13 casos, 0 mortes
  207. Ilhas Malvinas – 13 casos, 0 mortes
  208. Montserrat – 12 casos, 1 morte
  209. Vaticano – 12 casos, 0 mortes
  210. Papua Nova Guiné – 11 casos, 0 mortes
  211. Ilhas Virgens Britânicas – 8 casos, 1 morte
  212. Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba – 7 casos, 0 mortes
  213. São Bartolomeu – 6 casos, 0 mortes
  214. Anguilla – 3 casos, 0 mortes
  215. São Pedro e Miquelão – 2 casos, 0 mortes

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