COVID-19 Confirmed Cases in the OIC Member Countries (Daily Updates)

As the number of COVID-19 confirmed cases in all infected countries around the world reached exceeded 100 million, the share of OIC member countries in this figure was 10.83% on 25 January. A total of 48,253 new infections were reported by 48 OIC nations, bringing total OIC COVID-19 cases to 10,859,512 since the start of the novel coronavirus outbreak in January. With 9,994 newly confirmed patients, Indonesia had the largest number of COVID-19 infections among all OIC countries on the same day.

Another 11 OIC countries reported more than one thousand new COVID-19 infections each on 25 January. These are Iran (6,309), Turkey (5,642), UAE (3,591), Malaysia (3,048), Lebanon (2,652), Pakistan (1,629) and Kazakhstan (1,480), Nigeria (1,430), Albania (1,371), Tunisia (1,263) and Mozambique (1,153). However, eight of the OIC nations did not report COVID-19 infections and 17 of them had less than 100 new cases on the same day. Indonesia had the largest number of active cases (161,636) among all OIC countries on the same day.

48 OIC member countries reported that 56,429 of their COVID-19 patients had recovered on 25 January bringing the total OIC recoveries to 9,640,227 in all infected members since the start of the pandemic. This represents an 88.77% recovery rate which is relatively higher than the global recovery rate of 72.05% as of the same day. Of all infected OIC nations 26 have over 90% recovery rates while 24 of them had more COVID-19 recoveries than new infections on 25 January. Indonesia had the largest number of single-day recoveries among all OIC members.

The fatality rate of COVID-19 in the infected OIC member countries was 1.94% on 25 January. A total of 1,096 patients reportedly passed away in 35 members, bringing the pandemic's death toll to 211,040. While 23 OIC countries have more than 1,000 COVID-19 deaths, 12 of them have less than 100 fatalities. Indonesia had the largest number of fatalities (297) among all OIC countries and Yemen had the highest fatality rate of 29.04% on the same day.