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Posted: Sunday, September 6, 2020. 9:22 am CST.

By BBN Staff: Worldometer’s latest statistics show that as of 8:00 a.m. today, September 6, 2020, over 19.2 million people have recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic, which has affected over 27.113 million people worldwide.

The data shows that there have been over 20 million closed cases, with 884,601 ending in the patient’s death. There are currently over 6.9 million active cases with 1 percent of those cases (60,147) being listed as serious or critical.

While the United States remains the global leader for infections and deaths (over 6.43 million and 192,864 respectively) India has overtaken Brazil as the second-most affected country in the world. India has over 4.131 million confirmed cases and 70,802 deaths. Brazil, now the third-hardest hit country by way of number of
infections (over 4.12 million,) still has the second-highest number of deaths worldwide (126,230).

In Belize, the number of confirmed cases continues to climb and now stands at 1,194, with 15 deaths. The Ministry of Health (MOH) is expected to release updated figures later today.

 

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