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COVID-19: More Than 124,000 Patients Recovers Worldwide, China Stands On Top

The global recovery cases of COVID-19 counts more than 124,000.

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Max Atkinson
Max Atkinson
Max, one of the prominent writers at The News Recorder and has been taking care of all the world news related coverage. He loves to write about the latest happenings and trends from all across the world, and before joining The News-Recorder, James was a part of the editorial board of a local magazine.

The deadly coronavirus is taking lives every minute in this world and barely we’re able to cope up with that. The vaccine or the treatment seems to be failed after knowing a few cases of re-introduction of the virus in the recovered patients in China. With more than 1000 death recorded on early Thursday in the USA, the county moved on the top of the list with the maximum number of affected people. After Italy and China, the US is in the most critical situation during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to data compiled by the U.S. based Johns Hopkins Unversity a total of 1,24,300 patients have recovered from COVID-19 from all across the world. While the maximum number of recovered patients in the origin itself i.e. China (74,600). After China, Iran holds a total of 11,133 cases of healthy recovery while Spain is in the third rank with a count of 7,015 patients.

Following the above data Germany (5,673), France (4,948), South Korea (4,528), the U.S (753), Belgium (675), Japan (359), Malaysia (259), Singapore (172), the U.K. (135), Switzerland (131), India (71), Greece (42) and Turkey (26).

The data estimated by John Hopkins University cases have been reported in a total of 176 countries which was first originated in Wuhan, China.

A total of more than 5,42,700 cases have been reported for COVID-19 and the death toll has crossed a figure of 24,300 in total.

Among the 176 countries, the U.S. is on the top now with a total of 85,900 cases positive for COVID-19 followed by China with 81,800 and Italy with 80,500 cases.

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The pandemic has caused a major loss to all the countries in terms of health, lives, and finances. The U.S. is now seeking for 30,000-40,000 more ventilators to control coronavirus deaths in the U.S.

Countries like the U.S. and India have announced relief funds for the patients and the citizens of the country while some country governments are keeping up with the resources for the spread of this invasive coronavirus.

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