The Department has discontinued updating the repatriation statistics on this page as of June 10; data below reflects the time period January 27 – June 10, 2020.

The Department of State is rising to meet the historic challenge posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, every day, all over the world. The U.S. Government has no higher priority than the protection of American citizens.

  • The U.S. Department of State has coordinated the repatriation of 101,386 Americans on 1,140 flights from 136 countries and territories.
  • Since Saturday March 21, we have received over 75,000 calls to the Department of State’s call center.

Repatriations

Country Americans Repatriated Flights Completed
Afghanistan 77 3
Albania 216 14
Algeria 207 8
Angola 282 3
Antigua & Barbuda 30 1
Argentina 2,540 18
Armenia 17 3
Aruba 217 4
Australia 21 1
Bahamas, The N/A 1
Bangladesh 1,281 6
Barbados 59 5
Belize 671 6
Benin 36 3
Bermuda 66 2
Bolivia 450 7
Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba 47 3
Bosnia and Herzegovina 21 1
Botswana 34 1
Brazil 598 4
Brunei
2 1
Bulgaria 6 2
Burkina Faso 114 4
Burma 266 2
Burundi 45 5
Cabo Verde 561 6
Cameroon 896 7
Cayman Islands 250 4
Central African Republic 39 5
Chad 104 1
People’s Republic of China 733 5
Colombia 4,897 51
Congo (Brazzaville) 51 3
Congo (Kinshasa) 375 6
Costa Rica 1,902 19
Cote d’Ivoire 362 3
Cuba
1,551 9
Curacao 60 1
Cyprus 49 7
Djibouti 233 7
Dominican Republic 1,686 60
Ecuador 4,803 42
Egypt 1,167 5
El Salvador 7,796 56
Equatorial Guinea 150 4
Eritrea 29 1
Ethiopia 478 4
Fiji 115 2
France 6 1
Gabon 185 5
Gambia, The 396 2
Ghana 1,651 7
Grenada 1,816 18
Guadeloupe 10 1
Guatemala 6,295 54
Guinea 219 3
Guyana 862 7
Haiti 2,461 21
Honduras 8,448 99
Hungary 5 1
India 5,848 45
Indonesia 35 2
Iran 37 1
Iraq 979 9
Italy  11 1
Japan 329 2
Jordan 676 8
Kenya 808 10
Kosovo 78 7
Kuwait 531 22
Kyrgyzstan 67 3
Laos 168 3
Lebanon 175 4
Lesotho 17 1
Liberia 1,100 7
Lithuania 5 1
Madagascar 80 6
Malawi 186 2
Mali 280 4
Marshall Islands 1 1
Martinique 5 1
Mauritania 76 1
Moldova 138 7
Mongolia 5 1
Montenegro 34 2
Morocco 1,715 12
Mozambique 171 2
Namibia 199 5
Nepal 1,157 11
Nicaragua 284 5
Niger 211 3
Nigeria 1,975 9
North Macedonia 35 4
Oman 13 2
Pakistan 3,192 10
Palau N/A 2
Panama 612 14
Papua New Guinea 189 5
Paraguay 865 6
Peru 10,581 73
Poland 887 20
Russia 351 5
Rwanda 93 4
Saint Kitts and Nevis 190 5
Samoa 163 2
Saudi Arabia 1,136 22
Senegal 1,004 8
Serbia 234 2
Sierra Leone 277 4
Sint Maarten 324 5
Solomon Islands 9 2
Somalia 72 3
South Africa 942 21
South Sudan 170 7
Sudan 630 5
Suriname 99 1
Swaziland N/A 1
Switzerland N/A 1
Tajikistan
168 4
Tanzania 396 4
Timor-Leste 14 1
Togo N/A 1
Tonga 257 3
Trinidad and Tobago 175 6
Tunisia 212 5
Turkey 313 10
Turkmenistan 59 2
Uganda 568 11
Ukraine 1,069 6
United Arab Emirates 107 2
United Kingdom 1 1
Uruguay 399 11
Uzbekistan 63 1
Vanuatu 32 1
Vietnam 9 2
Zimbabwe 151 2
Totals 101,386 1,140

Note: Numbers above are subject to change as reporting data finalizes, and will be updated as new information becomes available. “Not available” indicates cases where passenger numbers are not yet available at time of publishing.

U.S. Department of State COVID-19 Cases

As of July 16, 2020

United States Overseas
Current Cases –* 515
Recovered –* 765
Persons Remaining at Home –* 7900
Deaths 3 14

*This data is no longer tracked as of time of publishing.

Current case – person with a positive COVID-19 test or clinical diagnosis and not confirmed to have recovered.
Remain at home – advised to remain at home because of contact with a known COVID-19 case or or travel to a high-risk area.

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