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FACTBOX-Coronavirus deaths cross 5,000 worldwide

March 13 (Reuters) - About 138,170 people have been infected by the coronavirus across the world and 5,078 have died, according to a Reuters tally. Infections have now been reported by 132 countries outside China. Trinidad and Tobago and Ghana reported their first cases, while Algeria, Azerbaijan, Greece, India, Norway and Poland had their first fatalities. The death toll in Iran, one of the hardest-hit countries outside China, crossed 500. Interactive graphic tracking global spread of coronavirus: open https://tmsnrt.rs/3aIRuz7 in an external browser. The following table shows countries/regions that have reported deaths due to the coronavirus and/or more than 10 confirmed cases, as of 1400 GMT on March 13:

COUNTRY TOTAL DEATHS CONFIRMED CASESMainland China 3,176 80,801Italy 1,016 15,113Iran 514 11,364Spain 90 3,921South Korea 71 7,979France 61 2,876U.S. 41 1832Japan 24 1,380United Kingdom 10 590Iraq 8 83San Marino 7 77Switzerland 6 1135Netherlands 5 614Germany 5 3,117Philippines 5 64Hong Kong 4 134Indonesia 4 69Australia 3 199Lebanon 3 77Belgium 3 399Egypt 2 80Algeria 2 25Taiwan 1 50Thailand 1 75Argentina 1 30Chile 1 33Canada 1 158Albania 1 23Panama 1 27Austria 1 422Sweden 1 727Greece 1 117Ireland 1 70Poland 1 61Bulgaria 1 23India 1 81Norway 1 876Azerbaijan 1 15Morocco 1 7Guyana 1 1Macau 0 10Bahrain 0 210Kuwait 0 80Malaysia 0 158Singapore 0 200UAE 0 85Vietnam 0 38Denmark 0 785Ecuador 0 19Iceland 0 109Israel 0 126Oman 0 19Czech Republic 0 117Croatia 0 31Finland 0 155Brazil 0 77Estonia 0 41Georgia 0 25Palestinian Territories 0 35Portugal 0 112Qatar 0 262Romania 0 70Russia 0 34Saudi Arabia 0 62Hungary 0 19Pakistan 0 22Slovenia 0 96Costa Rica 0 23Latvia 0 17Peru 0 22Serbia 0 31Slovakia 0 21South Africa 0 24Belarus 0 21Bosnia 0 13Brunei 0 37Luxembourg 0 26Cyprus 0 14Malta 0 12Mexico 0 12Senegal 0 10Tunisia 0 13TOTAL DEATHS OUTSIDE 1902

MAINLAND CHINA Source: Reuters tally based on statements from health ministries and government officials

(Compiled by Vishwadha Chander, Mrinalika Roy, Catherine Cadell and Milla Nissi; Editing by Anil D'Silva; Sriraj Kalluvila and Saumyadeb Chakrabarty)