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Countries with Zero COVID-19 Cases

Countries with Zero COVID-19 Cases

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In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic has run rampant, impacting countries all over the world, and hitting especially hard in the United States. Some countries, however, have been able to keep the virus at bay. Here are the countries that have had zero reported cases of coronavirus.

American Samoa

American Samoa

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American Samoa is a U.S. territory in the Pacific Islands that has a population of about 55,000. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Cook Islands

Cook Islands

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The Cook Islands is a nation located in the South Pacific about 2,000 miles northeast of New Zealand with a population of almost 18,000. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

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North Korea, officially known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, is a country in East Asia that has a population of 25.6 million. According to the World Health Organization, North Korea is reporting zero cases of coronavirus as of Nov. 11.

Kiribati

Kiribati

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Kiribati is an independent island nation in the central Pacific Ocean — about 5,000 miles northeast of Australia — that has a population of almost 120,000. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Federated States of Micronesia

Federated States of Micronesia

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The Federated States of Micronesia is a country in the western Pacific Ocean that is comprised of four island states. The country has a population of about 550,000, and as of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Nauru

Nauru

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Nauru is a small island country northeast of Australia that has a population of almost 11,000. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Niue

Niue

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Niue is an island nation in the South Pacific that has a population of about 1,626. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Palau

Palau

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Palau, consisting of more than 300 islands, is a country in the western Pacific Ocean about 950 miles east of the Philippines. Palau has a population of about 18,000, and as of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Pitcairn Islands

Pitcairn Islands

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The Pitcairn Islands, with a population of about only 50 people, is a group of four volcanic islands in the South Pacific between Australia and South America. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Saint Helena

Saint Helena

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Saint Helena, known as the place of Napoleon Bonaparte’s exile and death, is an island in the South Atlantic Ocean, about 1,500 miles off the coast of Africa. Saint Helena has a population of about 6,077 and as of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Samoa

Samoa

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Samoa is a Polynesian island nation that is comprised of two islands and has a population of almost 200,000. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Tokelau

Tokelau

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Tokelau is a territory of New Zealand about halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand that has a population of 1,357. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Tonga

Tonga

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Tonga is a Polynesian kingdom east of Australia that has a population of around 106,000. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan

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Turkmenistan is a country located in Central Asia that is largely covered by desert. It’s bordered by Iran and Afghanistan to the south and has a population of about 6 million. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Tuvalu

Tuvalu

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Tuvalu is a country in the South Pacific that has a population of almost 12,000. As of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus.

Vanuatu

Vanuatu

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Vanuatu is a country in the South Pacific that is made up of many islands. Vanuatu has a population of more than 300,000, and as of Nov. 11, the World Health Organization is reporting that the nation has zero cases of coronavirus. For those of us in countries that have been hit by COVID-19, here is how to talk to family about holiday gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic

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