Check the updated data regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID 19) in Kosovo and around the world.

The Open Contracts Platform: COVID-19 Explorer

In order to monitor and analyse the data related to the open procurement during the pandemic of COVID-19, this platform has been developed from Open Contracting Partnership (OCP), and Transparency International Health Initiative (TI-HI), with support from Open Society Foundation and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. ODK in partnership with OCP has monitored the open contracts in Kosovo regarding the COVD-19 for the period of January 2020 – March 2021, which data can now be analysed through this platform.

Graphs and Statistics - Kosovo

Graphs and statistics have been updated on .

Data published through these graphs and statistics are retrieved from the official data of National Institute of Public Health in Kosovo in partnership with Gazeten Shneta

COVID-19 in Kosovo

Overall data

The number of people infected with coronavirus in Kosovo is 9.492 with 284 death cases which have had other health complaints.

The usual symptoms of COVID-19 are: fever, nauseousness, and dry cough. Some patients might experience some pain, blocked or runny nose, sore throat, or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and develop gradually. Some people get infected but they might not show any symptoms, hence do not feel any pain. Most people though (around 80%) recover from the symptoms without needing any special treatment. About 1 in every 6 people who get infected with COVID-19 might experience serious symptoms which complicates their breathing.


Current cases with COVID-19 in Kosovo are 9.492, recovered are 5346, and death cases are 284.


The municipalities with the highest cases of COVID-19 are:

Prishtine(3094), Ferizaj(609), Vushtrri(567).


Call the number 038 200 80 800 if you might have one of the symptoms mentioned above.

Preventive measures

1.Wash your hands regularly using an alcohol based washer or by using hand soap.
2.Keep at least 1 meter distance between you and the person coughing or sneezing.
3.Avoid touching your nose, eyes, and mouth.

COVID-19 around the world

Myths and Facts

Data retrieved from the World Health Organization.

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