Males 26,556 (47.6%)

Females 28,240 (52.4%)

Age group

0-9: 710

10-19: 2247

20-29: 6522

30-39: 8555

40-49: 9364

50-59: 10100

60-69: 9050

70 and above: 8248

Active Cases






Below 40: 25

40-49: 32

50-59: 156

60-69: 403

70 and above: 766

Update as of: 13/01/2021. These figures slightly differ from figures provided by the institutions or in the media. ...Basic principles of statistics dictate that cases should be registered only once in the place of detection rather than the place of residence or nationality to avoid double-counting. Due to Kosovo’s status under the Security Council resolution 1244 and the fact that health care facilities in Kosovo are not fully integrated, there have been occurrences of some cases being counted by the Institutes of Public Health in Pristina, as well as in Belgrade. The Institute of Public Health in Pristina has provided data of cases detected in Kosovo as well as cases of some Kosovo habitual residents detected in Serbia. This number is not reflected in the data above. The Institute of Public Health “Batut” in Belgrade provides data segregated by origin/residence for cases detected in Serbia, making it possible to identify the number of COVID-cases detected in Serbia related to habitual residents from Kosovo. In an effort to provide numbers segregated by place of detection and to avoid double-counting, WHO has been reporting numbers for cases detected in Kosovo (including non-residents detected in Kosovo and excluding residents of Kosovo diagnosed outside of Kosovo), which may slightly differ from figures provided by institutions or in the media. The WHO number is the source of all graphs presented in this website

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The only purpose of this map is to easier visualize the COVID-19 data by municipality, and does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. See the reference on the bottom of this page.

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